Cuff Bracelets | Lucky Charms | Good Luck Bracelet
Crystals have been used to heal and bring balance, working through resonance and vibration. Crystals are said to heal holistically - that is to say, they work on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels of being.
The gemstone property information here is to use as you see fit, but is not to take the place of professional medical care. Crystals, Gemstones and Talismen can negate, protect, encourage, strengthen, and balance and promote healing and positivity. Their effects can be extraordinary, but use in addition to medical advice, and not as a substitute for proper care.
MANTRA: magically delicious.
- Four Leaf Clover | Ladybug | Butterfly | Heart | Elephant | Horseshoe | Hamsa Hand With Evil Eye
- Custom Enamel Engraved
- 18K Gold Finish Stainless Steel Cuff
- Slightly Adjustable
Cultural myth and lore honor the butterfly as a symbol of transformation because of its impressive process of metamorphosis.
Imagine the whole of your life changing to such an extreme you are unrecognizable at the end of the transformation.
Butterflies are deep and powerful representations of life.
The Butterfly is a symbol of the Resurrection for many Christians.
Butterflies can symbolize the passing of a loved one, or life struggles that people have endured to emerge as a better person.
Butterflies also represent a time for celebrations: weddings, strength after an illness and new paths in life.
Luck | Abundance | Manifesting | Fertility
A ladybug is believed to be an embodiment of Lady Luck, bringing good fortune and prosperity along with it.
The Ladybug brings luck and abundance wherever she goes.
In Switzerland the ladybug brings babies to people, just as the stork does here in the U.S.
As the insect leads a vibrant and colorful life, it influences you to experience the joys of living to the fullest.
The Elephant is the most positive animal symbol known with no negative consequence.
The elephant is a symbol for
- good luck and good fortune
In Buddhism, the elephant is seen as an earthly manifestation of the qualities embodied in the Buddha himself.
When the Buddha's mother became pregnant, she dreamt of a pure, white elephant offering a white lotus from his trunk, circling around her three times and entering her womb with his tusk. She knew immediately upon waking that she had experienced a divine omen. This prophecy helped solidify the symbolism of elephants in Buddhism.
The Hamsa hand is best known for the power to protect the owner from the “evil eye” and bring happiness to the holder.
The holder of the Hamsa expects to be protected from all negative energies.
The most common negative energy being envious glares from people wishing you no good.
The Evil Eye Symbol is meant to “reflect” the power of the evil look and direct the evil intent back to the onlooker.
The evil eye is a curse believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, which is usually directed towards a person who is unaware.
Many cultures believe that receiving the evil eye will cause one misfortune, bad luck or injury.
The evil eye amulet originated in Greece, where it was known as an “apotropaic” amulet, meaning that it reflected harm.
The heart simply means... LOVE.