'Bring on the Transformation’ Golden Labradorite Slab Evil Eye Chain Stainless Steel Layer Necklace
Transformation - Perseverance - Intuition
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Labradorite has often been referred to as a stone of transformation, inspiring people throughout the ages to acknowledge their multifaceted greatness that makes them who they are. It’s Labradorite’s magical reflective qualities that make every specimen truly unique. Each piece exhibits the Schiller Effect, which means it appears to be somehow lit from within. Thousands of years of geological reactions between the two chemical spectrums of feldspar are responsible for creating these dazzling crystals: an entire lifetime of duality results in their “lit from within” effect.
To truly behold the beauty of Labradorite in its entirety, perspective is essential. Tilt a Labradorite in different directions and allow its spectrum of light to show you where it shines and where its colors darken. If we let it, Labradorite can teach us the importance of shifting our perspective when the beauty of our lives and ourselves is hard to find. Allow the lovely Labby vibes to inspire you to experience life from many angles and to see your wholeness (your shadow AND your light) with glittering eyes. May Labradorite be an example of the beauty that can manifest from embracing all spectrums of our being.
When worn, the Evil Eye is said to protect the wearer from ‘haters,’ even when the hater is the one wearing it. It encourages the wearer to balance humility with pride, ushering in a sense of loving self-confidence from a grounded perspective.
When the pride you have for yourself and your accomplishments comes from an authentic, grounded place, a natural ripple effect happens, encouraging others to do the same (thank you to my incredible sister and incredible friends who do this for me).
May it remind you that you are always protected and loved so that you may be kind to yourself and others. Anytime you find yourself getting swept up into the lexicon of self comparison and self judgment, take a deep breath and bring yourself back to your soul and its truth. Maybe by embracing our own unique journeys we won’t live in accordance with the ‘imposter syndrome’ as much.