Chohua Jasper, Lepidolite, Sodalite and Sandalwood Bracelet with Buddha Charm

Chohua Jasper, Lepidolite, Sodalite and Sandalwood Bracelet with Buddha Charm

$29.99Price

This handcrafted bracelet features healing crystal beads of Chohua Jasper, Lepidolite, Sodalite and Sandalwood (6mm).  The focal of the design is a Pewter Buddha Charm with a Brass finish to remind us to always be compassionate towards ourselves and others, to release ourselves of the any anger, jealousy and resentment that keeps us trapped in an endless cycle of suffering and to never stop seeking wisdom.  Alongside the charm are Chohua Jasper beads in mauve.  This Jasper is only found in the Lijng River in China.  It activates the Kundalini energy at the base of our spine and rises through each of our Chakras cleansing, aligning and activating each one it passes.  Next to the Chohua Jasper are dark purple Lepidolite beads.  Lepidolite naturally contains lithium making it an excellent mood stabilizer. Once our moods are stable, we are able to think clearly and make decisions objectively.  After the Lepidolite is Sodalite.  Sodalite is a stone of self-expression and confidence. It enhances our self-worth and self-esteem while encouraging us to live our lives truthfully through clear communication and decisive action. Lastly, we added four Sandalwood beads.  Sandalwood has a beautiful aroma that is coveted essential oil.  The same spiritual aroma is present on the beads.    As designed the bracelet measures 14", but other sizes are available.  It will be delivered on our signature bracelet tag, in a custom handcrafted box. 

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  • Healing Properties

    Chohua Jasper

    Chohua Jasper is only found in the Lijng River in China. It is an energetic stone that stimulates both love and passion. It arouses our Kundalini energy as it rises through each of our Chakras cleansing, aligning and activating each one it passes. It is believed to carry “dragon energy” which is the earth’s natural Kundalini energy carried through the meridians of the earth by dragon currents. These are the energy of the elements. Chohua Jasper is composed of elemental colors of which red brings the energy of Fire, white the energy of Air, blue of Water and brown or green the energy of Earth. In addition, Chohua Jasper is a great stone to use when your integrity has been lost or stifled allowing you to regain your reputation and trust in yourself again.

    Lepidolite

    Lepidolite is a “Stone of Transition.” It helps us release and alter old behavioral and psychological patterns in order to arouse our transformation. It encourages us to take charge of our lives independent of outside help to achieve our personal goals. Lepidolite naturally contains lithium making it an excellent mood stabilizer. Once our moods are stabilized, we are able to think clearly and make decisions objectively. Lepidolite encourages us to think about only what is truly important to us, filtering out unnecessary information and distractions. Its calming energy facilitates deep emotional healing by relieving emotional stress. Stress is replaced with balance and inner peace, and we gain awareness and insight into why the negative situation happened and why it has served its purpose and it is time to move on.

    Sodalite

    Sodalite is a stone of self-expression and confidence. It enhances our self-worth and self-esteem while encouraging us to live our truth through our words and actions. Stimulating our Pineal Gland and Third Eye, Sodalite assists in heightening our intuition and promoting focused, rational thoughts. For those of us that tend to react emotionally, Sodalite tames our impulsive emotions by encouraging us to use logic, rational thoughts alongside our intuition. Sodalite helps us release our fears, insecurities, phobias and guilt that have been holding us back from reaching our full potential. Returning us to a sense of balance healed from our past emotional wounds and trauma, Sodalite invigorates our spirit, self-esteem and self-acceptance.

    Buddha

    Buddha is the term commonly used to refer to Siddhartha Gautama, the man whose path to enlightenment created what is generally referred to as Buddhism. The literal meaning of Buddha is "awakened" or "one who has become aware". In Buddhism a Buddha is any being who has become fully enlightened having overcome all emotional states such as anger, jealousy, greed and ignorance. Once one is liberated from the endless cycle of birth, suffering and death they are said to achieve Nirvana. In addition, the Buddha serves to remind us to be compassionate towards ourselves and others.