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Silver Bracelets with Lapis Lazuli and Azurite Stone Options

Silver Bracelets with Lapis Lazuli and Azurite Stone Options

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925 Sterling Silver Shiny Chain Bracelets with Lapis Lazuli and Azurite Natural Stones

The bracelet length is 19 cm, as the chain holes are big enough to adjust the size fitting your wrist. Please leave a note with your order if you need a larger size.

Elevate your style with the captivating beauty of lapis lazuli and azurite. Let its spiritual resonance accompany you on your daily journey.

Lapis Lazuli:
Lapis Lazuli is often associated with wisdom, intuition, and the pursuit of truth. It is considered a stone of intellectual and spiritual enlightenment, promoting a deeper understanding of oneself and the world. Lapis Lazuli is believed to enhance communication skills and expression. It is thought to open the throat chakra, facilitating honest and clear communication. Moreover, it is also saying, Lapis Lazuli is associated with stimulating creativity and artistic expression. It is believed to inspire new ideas and enhance problem-solving skills.

Azurite is a deep blue copper mineral that has been valued for its striking color and metaphysical properties for centuries. Azurite is often considered a stone of spiritual insight and inner vision. It is believed to enhance intuition, psychic awareness, and the ability to connect with higher realms of consciousness.
Indigenous peoples like Mayans and Native Americans tied azurite meaning to psychic abilities. Mayans saw azurite as a tool for receiving wisdom from the spiritual realm, while Native Americans used the stone to get in touch with spirit guides.
Within Greek mythology, azurite is connected to Athena, the goddess of war and wisdom. Egyptian myths associate azurite with Isis, the goddess of life who symbolized healing and insight among other powers.
Egyptians also believed azurite connected to the young sky god Horus and would sometimes use azurite paint to put the eye of Horus on their foreheads for protection.

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