Image Credit: Marika Krakowiak and Cynthia Shahan
Fresh Water. One pearl.
Desire we all have innately. Two Pearls.
Longing for oceanic nourishment, longing for satiation of the senses. Three pearls.
Water nourishes the senses, our essence, the sublime. More pearls.
The sublime nourishes the spirit and the spirit engages with life. Pearls illuminate our wrist, our neck, but also balance our emotions.
Pearls are often suggested by Vedic astrologers to balance out a swinging or overly emotional moon influence. A lone pearl or pearls hanging from the neck are suggested to create more balance in lunar depth and response to the soulful influences. Pouring into our cells, with the negative ions of the ocean, this movement of the moon balanced by the energy of a pearl works with the tides to bring a more peaceful epiphany.
Moonlit images prevail with luminescent softness that nourishes soulfully from moon to pearl to eye.
Endless captured moments breathing from waters on this planet. Fresh water pearls contain essence and purity. Pearls from the ocean capture moon and tidal movements. All kinds of pearls affect the landscapes moving time –drifting into timelessness with the rivers, and oceans.
One can create pearl love without much money in the pocket. Fresh water pearls from the rivers of the planets painted in a sublime green and yellow intertwine to hold a lone yellow gem stone. White pearls, blue pearls, opalescent pearls, painted pearls can create a pattern to hang from the neck, as a Batik made as jewelry, painted pearls. Serene is the pearl in the moon.