Czechoslovakian beads, cut glass, and Jade touch the neck of this graced beauty. Healing, restoring, and nurturing balance within the higher vibration of the heart, these stones act as elixirs of peace.
This piece was designed to lay near or over the thymus gland. Jade, one of the cooling stones of our planet, is a restorative stone, but more than that, it is a protective stone.
The Jade goddess honored, Kuan Yin, magically resides in synergy with Marika’s skin — as the flower faeries reside in plants. Gem stones harbor entities equally similar to plant spirits.
In a sense, they are captive images and archetypes that lie dormant within our deep mythologies until one day, a necklace is woven and a young woman’s beautiful skin works to unveil a new telling of the age old story.
Marika, innately conscientious, utilizes the necklace with healing and beauty. Beauty honors healing.
When I began to make this piece, it was the strong vibration of the Czechoslovakian beads which drew me to a deeply owned sense of composure. Glass carries the vibration of our hopes, wishes, and will be imprinted with a vibration of love.
Whoever made these beads fixed a strong vibration of love into the beads which magnetically pulled me to them and blew creative fire into my hands.
I recommended finding Czechoslovakian beads or any bead whose vibration magnetizes your spirit and weave a design of your own. Unveil an old archetype and activate the empowerment which deeply resonates beauty.
This offering from the eastern part of our globe is simple and yet refreshingly deep in Piscean greens which directly bring to life Kuan Yin’s unconditional works of love.
Image Credits: Marika Krakowiak