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Elephant 🐘 TigerEye/Adventurine/Black tourmaline  8mm with Charm

Elephant 🐘 TigerEye/Adventurine/Black tourmaline 8mm with Charm

The elephant head represents knowledge and power, and suggests the gentle strength of God. According to legend, the goddess Shakti gave her son, Ganesha, unguents from his mother's skin, and he received an elephant head instead of a human one, which was severed by his father Shiva

elephants are sacred symbols that represent power, loyalty, wisdom, and fertility. They are also associated with water and rainfalls, and the size, shape, and color of their bodies are said to represent clouds. Elephants are also associated with peace, mental strength, and the living incarnation of the Hindu god, Ganesh, who is depicted with the head of an elephant.

Tigereye promotes clear-eyed vision, helping us see ourselves and the world better. Like the great cat it's named for, this gemstone knows the importance of being attentive to the details. Tigereye is said to combine earth energy with light or sun energy, creating an intense stone that's alsoAventurine is a type of quartz that is considered a stone of opportunity and luck in the metaphysical world. It is associated with the heart chakra, which is associated with love, compassion, and balance.

Aventurine is believed to bring chances of success, create a strong connection to the heart chakra, and help to clear negative emotions. It is also said to promote open-mindedness and the ability to see alternatives and possibilities.

Black tourmaline, also known as Schorl, is a gemstone that is said to have healing properties and protective energies. It is believed to shield the wearer from negative influences, psychic attacks, and misfortune.

Black tourmaline is also said to help with emotional well-being, and can be comforting for those who feel anxious or overwhelmed. It is thought to absorb and transmute negative energy, making it a good crystal for people who are sensitive or prone to absorbing the emotions and energies of others

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