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Jewelry by Birthstones
This special necklace was created in honor of Hathi Jr., the baby elephant in Jungle Book. As he was kind and cute, so is this creation and we hope it will bring smiles to the wearer. The concept of the ‘choker’ necklace complimented with by the long necklace adds interest to the design.\
The healing energy in the elements in this necklace is:
Amethyst: A “Stone of Change, Protection and Enlightenment”. It enhances spiritual awareness, meditation, visualization, serenity and composure. Amethyst attracts good luck and love, calms and transforms. It shifts energies to the higher frequencies of both the spiritual and ethereal levels.
Labradorite: It supports originality and uniqueness. Being highly mystical, Labradorite heightens intuition and enhances psychic abilities. Intuition and intellect are balanced by it, illusions are dispelled and true intentions are seen more easily with its use. It is also very protective against negative energies, balancing, strengthening and protecting the aura. Labradorite is a stone of transformation and change. It enhances strength of will and feelings of inner worth. It is said to be an excellent stone for general protection.
The simplicity of this design emphasizes the beauty and tranquility which accompanies the innocence and peace which a child brings to the world. So simple but so beautiful!
The healing energy in the elements of this necklace is:
Silver: (Sterling) Is excellent for mental, emotional and physical releasing/cleansing. It works on the mind and emotions to see the overview of situations. It helps with emotional balance and patience. Like the moon’s energy, it has a gentle, cool, smoothing effect, thus reducing stress.
Crystals: (Swarovski) Attracts positive energies, relieves and releases stress. Crystals are said to improve your health and rejuvenate your body by stimulating the energy flow through your meridians. They ground you and connect you to Mother Earth, as well stimulating healing, personal growth and spiritual development.
“The Pocket Book of Stones” by Robert Simmons)