Gotta Have It: Wood, Skulls, Bone, and Copper

Gotta Have It:  Wood, Skulls, Bone, and Copper
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SIMPLY SOFIA - ❤️- Unique Designs for Everyone. Stainless Steel, Copper, Bone, Wood, Hematite, Skulls...Designing for the Bold - "Blessed be the Weird " ~ a must read!!! 😎 TRULY ME - These Light Weight Bracelets honor the simple, the beautiful, the core natural elements utilized in our daily life. Stainless Steel and Wooden 6mm skulls coupled with hematite, buffalo bone, and copper will definitely ground you!!! 
🔛 Stainless steel has become extremely popular in jewelry making since it is so strong + durable and very attractive. Steel's energies are highly projective and it is associated with the planet Mars, so named for the Roman God of war. As such, it should come as no surprise that wearing stainless steel can be a little like donning spiritual armor. If you are looking to protect yourself from psychic attacks, extreme negativity or anything that would suck the energy right out of you, stainless steel is a good option. 
🔘HEMATITE ~ Stability, Grounding. Spiritual. Strength. Hematite grounds and reinforces our connection with the earth bringing feelings of safety and confidence. Protects from negativity and provides strength, courage, stamina, and vitality. 
🔛COPPER is found mixed into many natural stones and jewelry. Copper has been hailed for improving circulation. In legend, it is said to be the metal of the God Hermes, who facilitates mental agility. It is also said to alleviate cramp-like pains. SKULL ~ It could be argued that the skull is a bit morbid, yet there is a certain serenity that accompanies it, thus embracing the inevitable conclusion of life and death. It a reminder for all to seize the moment and seek a much more satisfying and spiritual lifestyle.

BONE ~ The properties associated with bone jewelry are grace, nobility, and masculinity. BONE embodies the primordial powers of life and death, and by extension of the principle 'as above, so below', it represents the cosmic forces of creation and destruction. In jewelry, bone lends the wearer strength in creative undertakings. It may be used to come to terms with mortality 🔚. 


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