Chartres Pewter Labyrinth Bracelet

Stay in alignment with this Pewter Labyrinth Bracelet! Available in both 7-circuit and chartres patterns.

$14.95

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Pewter Labyrinth Bracelets are .75 inch in diameter
Available in Classic 7 – Circuit (left) and Chartres (right).
Stones vary, star or heart – please allow us to select the stone for you.

 

LABYRINTHS: The universal mystical meaning of the labyrinth form is as a symbol for the journey into the world of spirit and the return, a leaving of one state and a rebirth into another.

The Classical Seven-path Labyrinth is not a maze within which to get lost, but rather a single winding pathway in and out again.

Labyrinths are known as sacred gateways and have been found at ancient sites around the world. Often found at the center of subtle earth energies these temples enhance, balance, and regenerate both the auric field and the Earth itself.

Labyrinths have been associated with ancient pilgrimage routes and rituals of self-discovery. They were worn as a form of protection and ornamentation and were often carved on doorways to bless a dwelling.

Labyrinths are time windows, portals where time stands still. They confirm our unity with the cosmos, awaken our vital force, and elevate our consciousness. They are known to facilitate altered states of consciousness and have parallels with reincarnation, initiation, prosperity, and fertility rites.

The Classical Seven-path Labyrinth resonates with the vibration of “seven” and has a direct correlation with the primary Chakras, Tones in the scale, and colors of the rainbow. It is believed that the action of “dancing” a labyrinth magically activates its inherit powers!

The Labyrinth is equated with the brain, and many cultures believe that the Labyrinth could cure illness. The action of moving through the Labyrinth produces a sense of well-being and balance through a type of vestibular stimulation, accessing both left and right hemispheres of the brain.

$14.95

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