Moonstone is worn to enhance intuition, helping its wearer to make choices from her unconscious knowing. The gemstone on this bracelet provides a gentle energy that helps to calm emotions and enhance intuition – the most important guide for new beginnings.
Multiple strands of glass beads in softly toning colours make this lovely bracelet wearable in so many ways. This is one of our firm favourites, once it’s on, you’ll not want to take it off
Made by artisans in Nepal.
A BEAUTIFUL STORY COLLECTION
We love the ethos and totally gorgeous products made in India and Nepal by A Beautiful Story and are very happy to welcome them as our guest brand. This lovely collection of bracelets and necklaces tells a story of dreams for the future, and of small treasures to cherish. The gems used in each piece have a meaning and purpose, to help you to focus on your dreams.
Seven strands of glass beads with a single Moonstone gemstone charm. The beads are threaded on strong elastic so that the bracelet slips easily over the hand, fitting neatly to the wrist.
Approx 17cm circumference. Made by artisans in Nepal
AFFIRMATIONS FOR NEW BEGINNINGS.
Moonstone reminds us to listen to our intuition, and wearing it on your wrist is a reminder to listen to your own wisdom, to make choices for change that allow you to shine. Simply create your own affirmations (whatever feels right for you) and remember to repeat to yourself whenever you notice the bracelet on your wrist. Out loud is best but silently is more convenient!
Here are some example affirmations to get you started;
"I hear my heart"
"I trust my intuition to guide me"
"I am making heartfelt choices for my new beginnings"
Remember that affirmations aren't magic. They work through repetition and training your brain to learn positive emotional responses. So it's very important to 'feel' your affirmation by actively imagining the positive emotion you experience in response to the words that you are saying. And repeat it often so your brain begins to hold the belief.
Made by artisans in Nepal and India who work with great passion and skill, often using techniques and materials long forgotten in western culture.