Category: Jewelry & Adornments
The amethyst gem stone brings about courage and inner strength. They have been used to protect against psychic attacks. On the spiritual level, the amethyst stone helps open to communication with angels, telepathy and other psychic abilities. They are excellent stones for meditation or dream work, past life work, and can help you see your path. People also use amethyst stone beads to help ease the pain of grief, and promote happiness.
Want more pep in your life? Keep a carnelian with you and feel the energy flow to you. Carnelian is used for these benefits:
* gives energy
* protects from bad vibrations
* guards against poverty
* helps give a sense of humor
* calms the temper
Healing properties of Carnelian
Carnelian is an energy booster. It helps the insecure person to find strength within them so they can come into their own.
Tiger's Eye (Cat's eye) lets you see everything. Use the cat's eye for insight and you can be a very lucky person. When used in jewelry the cat's eye may bring good luck and protection from the evil eye to the wearer. It also known to bring clear thinking and insight.
Sodalite brings inner peace. Keep sodalite in your pockets and in every room of your house, so its peaceful properties will flow all around you.
Sodalite is a dark blue stone with white calcite interspersed. It is sometimes confused with lapis lazuli as it also has small specks of pyrite in it. The largest deposit of sodalite is in Brazil.
Sodalite is the stone of athletics, as it stimulates endurance. It is said sodalite will harmonize the inner being or the conscious and subconscious mind. Sodalite promotes peace and harmony. Sodalite is extra lucky for writers.
Citrine is known as the lucky "Merchants Stone". If you are in any type of sales, just put a citrine in the cash drawer and watch what happens. Also used by healers to:
* increase self esteem
* protect from the negative energy from someone else's abuse
* open the mind to new thoughts
* promote clarity of thought
Sarongs are one of the most widely used garments in the world.
Sarongs are traditionally worn by men, women and children throughout Asia, Africa and Polynesia. They have a variety of uses and are quickly becoming popular throughout the rest of the world. If you don’t use your sarong at the beach, use it as a table covering, furniture throw or wall hanging.
Sarongs are single pieces of fabric that are wrapped around the waist and worn as full body wraps or skirts by both men and women in Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands and India (in the Western world, they’re generally worn only by women). Sarongs are often brightly colored and have detailed patterns (usually flowers, geometric shapes or tie-dyed).
There are many different types of sarongs out there. Some sarongs have straight edges, while others come with decorative fringe on their ends. Some sarongs come in solid, plain colors, while others are decorated with intricate patterns. There are also very long sarongs, while some sarongs are so short they can barely be wrapped around the body.
Sarongs have a lot of potential as outfits. They can be worn for casual wear, and are also great for beach attire (many people wear sarongs over their swimsuits when they’re relaxing on the beach). They are also terrific respectful apparel for visiting mosques or temples. Not to mention, sarongs are so comfortable that they are ideal to wear on long plane, train or car rides.
If you have more sarongs than you know what to do with, never fret, as sarongs have countless practical and fun applications other than simply being clothes. They can be shower curtains, gift wrap, play blankets for kids, towels, pillow cover ups, furniture cover ups and much more.
We carry a large variety of Sarongs styles at Serenity’s Journey.