Complete Unique Ring of Silver, trapezoid, with the Llama on Sodalite.

65.00

Complete Unique Ring of Silver, trapezoid, with the Llama on Sodalite.

65.00

In stock

SKU:  RI-129 Category: .

Additional information

Weight 5.8 g
Dimensions 55 mm
Stone / Colour

Symbol

Stone / Colour

Sodalite

Good against Infection – Good at letting go of fear– Promotes Communication

Good against Infection – Good at letting go of fear– Promotes Communication

Good against Infection – Good at letting go of fear– Promotes Communication

Sodalite is a powerful blue stone, better known than any other stone, helps you to let go of fear and reservations. The blue sodalite creates peace and order, courage and overview; it assists you in expressing your wishes and thoughts and in making the right decisions as quickly as possible.

The energy of the Sodalite helps you to focus on the essential matters without being disturbed by emotions or impulses. If you will have to learn how to communicate clearly – or to mediate or negotiate – then choose a Sodalite . Put the Sodalite in your pocket, wear it as a piece of jewellery or leave a piece of Sodalite on your desk. Physically, the blue stone is good against inflammation of the throat as well as other infectionary illnesses.

 

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Symbol

Llama / Alapcha

Grazing alpachas in the Andes | InkaDesign

Grazing alpachas in the Andes | InkaDesign

The llama is also considered as being be a holy animal.

The fur from the llama is used frequently; so is also the case from its minor little brother, the Alpaca; these two are often seen in the Andes; however, the llama is also used for transportation of water up to the islands with no water supply systems .It is said that a llama can carry 25kg. If more load is put on its back, the llama will simply stand still.

 

 

 

 

Machu Picchu

Llamas on Machu Picchu | InkaDesign

Llamas on Machu Picchu | InkaDesign

The llamas are still used for transportation of both goods and water - up and down the mountains

The llamas are still used for transportation of both goods and water - up and down the mountains