Natural Labradorite & 7 Chakra Stone Bead Bracelet - Free Spirit Shop

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Natural Labradorite & 7 Chakra Stone Bead Bracelet

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Feeling your chakras out of balance? Restore your inner peace with our 7 Chakra natural healing stone bead bracelet. It is beautifully handmade with natural stone beads such as Labradorite, Agate, Jasper, Aquamarine, Tiger Eye, Sodalite and Carnelian.  It comes in two different sizes: 18 cm or 20 cm. Pick your size in the drop-down menu above. 

This combination of healing chakra stones gives you a deep sense of positive energy, peace of mind, balance, healing, meditation, protection and removes negative energy. It is also a great gift for your loved ones.

The 7 Chakras are the energy centers in our body in which energy flows through. A chakra is like a whirling, vortex like, powerhouse of energy. The 7 chakras are: Chakra 7 – The Crown, Chakra 6 – The Third Eye, Chakra 5. The Throat, Chakra 4 – The Heart, Chakra 3 – The Solar Plexus, Chakra 2 – The Sacral, 1 -The Base.

They regulate the flow of energy throughout the electrical network (meridians) that runs through the physical body. The body’s electrical system resembles the wiring in a house. It allows electrical current to be sent to every part, and is ready for use when needed.

Sometimes chakras become blocked because of stress, emotional or physical problems. If the body’s ‘energy system’ cannot flow freely it is likely that problems will occur. The consequence of irregular energy flow may result in physical illness and discomfort or a sense of being mentally and emotionally out of balance.

Size Guide

Bracelets come in many different sizes and shapes and are a lovely addition to your jewelry collection. When it comes to choosing a bracelet, it is key to make sure that the sizing is just the right fit. The best way to do this is to measure your wrist size. You can use one of the two methods below to do this.

Option 1: With a measuring tape

- Make sure the palm of your hand is facing up
- Open your hand (doing so will ensure you get the real size of your wrist when it’s the largest)
- Snuggly wrap a measuring tape around your wrist
- Read the size on the measuring tape, preferably in inches or centimeters

Option 2: With a piece of paper or string

If you do not have a measuring tape, your piece of paper or string can function pretty much the same way. Wrap the paper or string around your wrist and mark with a pen or marker where the two pieces overlap. Then take your piece of paper or string and measure mark to mark on your ruler.

Size Guide

Bracelets come in many different sizes and shapes and are a lovely addition to your jewelry collection. When it comes to choosing a bracelet, it is key to make sure that the sizing is just the right fit. The best way to do this is to measure your wrist size. You can use one of the two methods below to do this.

Option 1: With a measuring tape

- Make sure the palm of your hand is facing up
- Open your hand (doing so will ensure you get the real size of your wrist when it’s the largest)
- Snuggly wrap a measuring tape around your wrist
- Read the size on the measuring tape, preferably in inches or centimeters

Option 2: With a piece of paper or string

If you do not have a measuring tape, your piece of paper or string can function pretty much the same way. Wrap the paper or string around your wrist and mark with a pen or marker where the two pieces overlap. Then take your piece of paper or string and measure mark to mark on your ruler.

Size Guide

Bracelets come in many different sizes and shapes and are a lovely addition to your jewelry collection. When it comes to choosing a bracelet, it is key to make sure that the sizing is just the right fit. The best way to do this is to measure your wrist size. You can use one of the two methods below to do this.

Option 1: With a measuring tape

- Make sure the palm of your hand is facing up
- Open your hand (doing so will ensure you get the real size of your wrist when it’s the largest)
- Snuggly wrap a measuring tape around your wrist
- Read the size on the measuring tape, preferably in inches or centimeters

Option 2: With a piece of paper or string

If you do not have a measuring tape, your piece of paper or string can function pretty much the same way. Wrap the paper or string around your wrist and mark with a pen or marker where the two pieces overlap. Then take your piece of paper or string and measure mark to mark on your ruler.

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