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A magical delicacy surrounds this beautiful necklace, earrings and bracelet. Simple, but elegant!
The healing energy in the elements of this set is:
Pearl: (Freshwater Pearls) This is the “Stone of Health” – it brings inner peace. It represents innocence and purity, and it enhances endurance and emotional stability. It is said to benefit the lungs.
Crystals: (Swarovski) Attracts positive energies.
A dramatic sophisticated necklace choker for the discerning woman. The emerald cut 9.25 carat amethyst is a beautiful deep purple color and is set in a sterling silver hand-made bezel. The light contrast is lavender Jade – Jade the “fidelity stone” which is connected with love and virtue. An absolutely stunning creation!
The healing properties of the elements in this creation are:
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.
Jade: Is connected with love and virtue and is called the “fidelity stone” – it balances energies between self/partner and opposing energies in both the internal and external domain of one’s reality. It promotes peace and harmony, and soothes energy. Jade assists in finding wisdom for problem solving.
Lavender Jade: Is a stone of the angels. It emanates pure energy of the highest etheric spectrum, and draws angelic beings to its light. It is excellent for purifying one’s aura and dispelling any negative attitudes that hold one back from experiencing the spontaneous joy of life. This stone fills one with mirth and happiness. (The Pocket Book of Stones” by Robert Simmons)
Silver: 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. (“The Pocket Book of Stones” by Robert Simmons)