|Stone / Colour|
|Stone / Colour|
Makes us able to listen better to ourselves, to be more selfpresent and in our feelings and gives us courage and strength. Abelone is an oyster seashell and a very beautiful stone which reminds you of the peacock stone with its various colours.
Abelone is excellent for calming down fear, nervousness, hearty restlessness, and tensions including muscle tensions. It is used for relaxation. Stands for creation, birth, and rebirth. Promotes creativity, gives control of the intellect, and encourage understanding for artistic expressions.
The Abelone seashell is often used for meditation. Good to wear at osteoporosis (brittleness of the bones) and lack of calcium. The rainbow play of the stone will show you the way to find yourself and follow the right path in your life.
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Makes us listen better to ourselves, be in ourselves and our feelings which gives us courage and strength. A mother of pearl is not a crystal, but the natural material of which the inner layer of a pearl oyster consists.
Mother of pearl gives you mental clarity and helps you to choose the right thing. It is useful for handling of any emotional situation and very calming for your mind and body. It stimulates the sensitivity and the intuition. It strengthens both your ability of imagination and adaptation.
Violet stones promotes the greatness, the charisma, and the inspiration of your life and will be inevitable for you who aspires to become a pioneer or have a manifestation of something great. The Crown chakra. Everything what the purple / deep violet colour represents.
Let the violet stones be included in your jewellery, or have them placed in your home so that their energy may be dissipated on both you and your surroundings. The violet stones have no connection to specific body areas; their energy has an influence on the hypophysis, the entire lymphatic system and the mentality as a whole.
Also called Peruvian turquoise. In Cusco they just call it turquoise.
The colour is turquoise or green blue. It symbolizes openness, beauty, love, purification, and balance. Strengthen your sixth sense. A good stone to relieve stress. Also an excellent support in connection with spiritual development. A strong healer.
The Inka Cross or Chakana is a strong symbol of the old cultures of the Andes and is considered the most complete, holy, geometric design of the Inkas. This symbol is often found in old places and holy centers in the Andes in Peru and in Bolivia.
The Chakana has had, and still has, a considerable meaning to the Inkas and it also represents many meanings in its design.
The feminine power. The Triple Spiral.
She is the living, life-giving Mother who loves us unconditionally. We plant a single seed and she gives us one hundred back. We give her our heavy energy (hoocha) and she gives us new light energy (sami), a new perspective, and a new life.
The element of Earth for the Andean people.
The element of Earth purifies and transforms. When we are working with this element, we will have the possibility of telling the Pachamama about all our worries, our pain and our frustrations.
The Andean people use her and honour her actively in their everyday life. Every single step on earth is connected to her, usually with threads of energy.
The Trilogy consists of the Condor at the top,
the puma/cougar in the middle and
the serpent at the bottom.
They include each some properties which you can read more about here.
By and large the number 3 is important to them; it is repeated at many places, the 3 levels at each side of the Inka Cross, the 3 worlds, the 3 kinds of consciousness, the 3 holy animals (in The Trilogy) etc.
Often you also see The hummingbird linked to The Trilogy. Even though it is not a direct element of the three/The Trilogy, it is often included, because it is also linked to the upper world and to Machu Picchu. Each of the animals is also linked to a specific corner of the world and to a specific element (Air, Water,Fire, Earth)
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