Lava stone - Lava stone is a grounding stone that strengthens one’s connections to Mother Earth. It gives up us strength and courage, allowing us stability through times of change. It provides guidance and understanding in situations where we may need to “bounce back”. A calming stone, it’s very useful in dissipating anger. Because this stone comes from such a raw energy (fire), it’s considered to be a stone of rebirth. Known for its grounding and calming healing properties, lava stone is great for stabilizing the root chakra. When the root chakra is stabilized, you feel safe, anchored and more positive.
Tibetan agate - Known as Dzi ( pronounced Zee). To Tibetans and other Himalayan people, the Dzi is a “precious jewel of supernatural origin” with great power to protect its wearer from disaster. They believe that dzi beads are spiritual stones fallen from Heaven which bring good karma to those who own them. The ancient Dzi absorbs cosmic energy from the universe. Tibetans generally believe that Dzi beads are of divine origin and therefore not created by human hands. Some say they are dropped by the Gods to benefit those who have the good fortune to find them. Since they are believed to have a divine source, they are considered to be a very precious and powerful amulet. They are thought to bring good fortune, ward off evil, and protect the wearer from physical harm and illness.
This Tibetan Dzi bracelet made of black and white agate will protect you from Evel Eye. These Dzi beads are tree eyed and will bring you luck, happiness and good fortune. The number of eyes on Dzi beads indicates its purpose. Dzi beads are said to have their own energy but can also store the energy of the wearer.
Four leaf clover - The first leaf is for love, second one is for faith, third one is for hope and fourth one is for luck
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