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Sterling Opal with Silver Sri Yantra Multi-Stone Full Sinew

$527.00

Hand-woven in Santa Cruz, CA, this necklace features a Sterling Opal with Silver Sri Yantra Multi-Stone pendant lovingly strung with Fluorite, Larimar, Quartz, Labradorite & Aquamarine beads to activate and energize body, mind and spirit!

This necklace measures 24 inches (61 cm) and is woven from a vegan "sinew alternative" -- infinitely more durable than Hemp, yet earthy and organic in texture.
Every knot is tied with intention and infused with love, and every necklace is as unique as the person it adorns.

Derived from the Sanskrit word "upala" (meaning "valuable stone"), this stone consists of both colloidal silica and up to 20% water – bringing the fortitude of earth with the unfathomable mystery of water. It is considered to be the crystal of the New Age, and has been beloved by alchemists and mystics throughout the centuries for its reputed ability to facilitate connection to the higher self and to the wisdom of the Ancients. Sterling Opal specifically is thought to uplift the aura, illuminating ones best traits and supporting the offering of these gifts to the world.

This piece bears a Sterling Silver Sri Yantra (literally meaning "holy instrument") Mandala, symbolizing the junction between the physical universe and its unmanifest source according to Hindu Mysticism. Four triangles face upwards to represent the Divine Masculine (Shiva), and five triangles face downwards to represent the Divine Feminine (Shakti). The Sri Yantra is often referred to as the Chakra Raja – King of all Chakras – making it a supreme instrument in the path of spiritual advancement.

This uniquely hand-crafted pinecone pendant is the exact one you will receive.

Size: Large

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Hand-woven in Santa Cruz, CA, this necklace features a Sterling Opal with Silver Sri Yantra Multi-Stone pendant lovingly strung with Fluorite, Larimar, Quartz, Labradorite & Aquamarine beads to activate and energize body, mind and spirit!

This necklace measures 24 inches (61 cm) and is woven from a vegan "sinew alternative" -- infinitely more durable than Hemp, yet earthy and organic in texture.
Every knot is tied with intention and infused with love, and every necklace is as unique as the person it adorns.

Derived from the Sanskrit word "upala" (meaning "valuable stone"), this stone consists of both colloidal silica and up to 20% water – bringing the fortitude of earth with the unfathomable mystery of water. It is considered to be the crystal of the New Age, and has been beloved by alchemists and mystics throughout the centuries for its reputed ability to facilitate connection to the higher self and to the wisdom of the Ancients. Sterling Opal specifically is thought to uplift the aura, illuminating ones best traits and supporting the offering of these gifts to the world.

This piece bears a Sterling Silver Sri Yantra (literally meaning "holy instrument") Mandala, symbolizing the junction between the physical universe and its unmanifest source according to Hindu Mysticism. Four triangles face upwards to represent the Divine Masculine (Shiva), and five triangles face downwards to represent the Divine Feminine (Shakti). The Sri Yantra is often referred to as the Chakra Raja – King of all Chakras – making it a supreme instrument in the path of spiritual advancement.

This uniquely hand-crafted pinecone pendant is the exact one you will receive.

Size: Large

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