Rhodonite Chip Bracelet

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This is a stretchy elastic bracelet made from Rhodonite chips.

RHODONITE is a manganese meta-silicate mineral with a triclinic crystal system and a hardness of 5.5 to 6.5. Its name derives from the Greek word meaning “rose red.” It is now found in Sweden, Australia, India, Madagascar, Mexico, South Africa, Brazil, Canada and the USA.

Bracelet Diameter: 45-55mm

The following information is courtesy of "The Pocket Book of Stones" which we also sell HERE

  • KEY WORDS Discovering and developing hidden talents, compassion, love, generosity, altruism
  • CHAKRAS Heart (4th), Root (1st)
  • ELEMENT Fire, Earth
  • PHYSICAL Supports weight loss, detoxification and purification; good for liver and kidneys
  • EMOTIONAL Encourages altruism and generosity, the joy of serving others
  • SPIRITUAL Helps realize one’s unique capacities and fulfill one’s destiny 

Rhodonite promotes the energy of love. In this case, the love is more outer-directed than with stones such as Rhodochrosite.

Rhodonite encourages using one’s gifts and talents for the benefit of the community. The outer-directed love engendered by Rhodonite is one of altruism and generosity, using one’s talents to bring gifts to others. This path of generosity often offers greater satisfaction than any amount of receiving what one wants.

Rhodonite attracts the people and situations best suited for one’s unique talents, and in so using them, one can experience fulfillment of the deep desire to love and be loved.

Rhodonite can also enhance the depth, clarity and meaning of one’s inner experiences, making it easier to understand the messages behind one’s dreams and visions. It can provide a psychic link to the archetypal pattern of personal destiny, helping one remain “on the beam,” for the fulfillment of one’s highest aspirations.

 

"This information is for research purposes only and should not be construed as medical recommendations for any disease or symptom. It is not intended to provide medical advice. Consult a licensed healthcare professional for treatment."