Enlightenment, luck and inner peace are just the tip of the iceberg with these beautiful stacked bracelets. Most importantly, the Fatima Hand will ward off the Evil Eye!
Sodalite 8mm beads
- Physical: Autism, blood disorders & pressure regulation, brain disorders & health, liver cleansing, disorders, & health, insomnia, chemotherapy, radiation, lymphatic system, thyroid health, travel sickness, tonsillitis, pain relief, immune system support.
- Emotional: Self-confidence & self-worth, balance, overactive mind, verbalization of feelings, release tension & fears, inner peace.
- Spiritual: Intuition, enhance psychic abilities, clarity, perception, connection with angel energy, sixth sense, enlightenment.
Snow Quartz 6mm beads
- Physical: Bone health & disorders, bone marrow health, dental discomfort, breast health & lactating, menopause, nutrient absorption, immune system support, sunburn, strength & stamina.
- Emotional: Joy, peace & peacefulness, discretion, patience, discernment, healing, calming, aids in controlling emotional overflow/outbursts.
- Spiritual: Good luck, abundance & prosperity, wonder, clarity, intuition, balance yin/yang energy, purification, higher-self connection, spirit-guide connection.
Fatima Hand/Evil Eye
- The five fingers represent the "Hamsa". Hamesh means 5 in Hebrew. Often the Fatima Hand is decorated with an eye. It represents the eye that sees everything. The eye watches out for the person in possession of the Fatima Hand and warns about and protects against evil encounters. It is mainly a symbol used for protection and defense to ward off the evil eye. The "evil eye" is a curse believed to be cast by an evil glare, which is usually directed towards a person who is unaware. Many are the cultures who believe that receiving the "evil eye" will cause one misfortune, bad luck, ill health, injury or even death. And the saying goes that if your Fatima Hand amulet bears a crack, it means it has been protecting the wearer from very bad luck. The Fatima Hand also represents femininity, as it is shown as the woman's holy hand. In Jewish tradition it refers to the "Hand of Miriam", in reference to the sister of Moses and Aaron.