Abundance & Vitality With Garnet, Amazonite, Buddha And Red Silk
I was super happy to get a request for some custom bracelets from a total ‘Crystal Queen’ and Spiritual Healer, the excitement really set in with anticipation wondering what might come through for this lovely lady.
I had in my mind what I ‘thought’ might work, but I’ve learn’t to let the mind rest in these instances and let ‘nature’ or ‘Spirit’ take over and what a surprise, so totally different to what I had imagined.
This hand-knotted piece has red silk throughout, an authentic blessed old Thai Buddha amulet from a Temple clustered by amazonite and garnet.
Let me cover a bit about the crystals…
A stone of commitment, Red Garnet represents love. It revitalises feelings and enhances sexuality, bringing warmth, devotion, understanding, trust, sincerity and honesty to a relationship. It also shields from negativity, discards outdated ways of thinking, giving way to a new path of abundance and vitality.
Amazonite has healing powers to help with physical ailments, emotional issues, and in Energy Healing and chakra balancing. Amazonite crystal therapies are primarily associated with filtering out stresses, healing traumas, and soothing energies in the home and workplace. The ‘hope’ stone, and indicates a need for truth, it will help guide you to a more genuine plane of existence
You might wonder about the red thread, we see it everywhere don’t we?
Here are a few meanings:
In Hinduism, they are called “kalava”, and they are generally worn on the right wrist by men and left wrist by women. In Hinduism, red is a symbol of purity, the colour of divine, bravery and generosity. It is given in the temples at ceremonies and Punjab’s. It shows unity in the faith of Hinduism and the community.
In Buddhism, the colour red is a symbol of life force, compassion, and rules the tongue. Wearing the red string in Buddhism is a reminder to the wearer to show compassion to all and mind the tongue: for the tongue can cut deeper than the sword.
In Christianity, Genesis: 38 mentions the red string to ‘ward off misfortunes”. It is also generally worn on the left wrist. In Christianity, red is a symbol of fire, blood, and Pentecost. It also became the colour of the martyred saints.
Here’s a little pic of one happy customer bringing to life what was always hers.
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