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Amazonite Bracelet
Amazonite Bracelet
Amazonite Bracelet
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Amazonite Bracelet

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Amazonite is believed to harmonize the mind and soul, promoting clarity & self-discipline. It's often called the Stone of Courage & the Stone of Truth, encouraging one to search within & discover one's own truths & integrity, & to move beyond fear of judgment or confrontation with others. Amazonite is said to enhance communication, empower the discovery of one’s own truths & beliefs, & facilitate the ability to express them with confidence & ease. It's also associated with filtering out stress, healing traumas, & soothing energies in the home & workplace. By balancing the masculine & feminine energies, amazonite promotes physical stamina & emotional resilience, making it a powerful tool for those seeking to navigate through life's challenges with grace & determination.

Personalize your bracelet with our optional Hamsa charm, symbolizing protection, blessings, and the guiding hand of positive energy. 

Choose your size, select your charm, and let your wrists sparkle with the magic of our beaded crystal bracelets.

Finding your wrist size is a simple process that can be done with a ruler or a measuring tape. Here's a step-by-step guide:

Using a Measuring Tape:

  1. Wrap the Measuring Tape:

    • Start by placing the measuring tape around your wrist where you would normally wear a bracelet. 
    • Make sure the tape is snug but not too tight. You should be able to slide a finger between the tape and your wrist.
  2. Read the Measurement:

    • Take note of the measurement where the end of the tape meets the rest of the tape. This is your wrist size.

Using a Ruler:

  1. Wrap a String or Paper Around Your Wrist:

    • If you don't have a measuring tape, you can use a piece of string or a strip of paper.
    • Wrap it around your wrist just below the wrist bone (where you would wear a bracelet).
  2. Mark or Cut the String/Paper:

    • Mark or cut the point where the string or paper meets itself.
  3. Measure the String/Paper:

    • Lay the marked string or paper flat and measure the length with a ruler. This measurement is your wrist size.