Healing Jewelry

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Have you ever been mysteriously drawn to a turquoise or amethyst bracelet, or chosen to wear the same amber necklace for weeks on end? Perhaps you intuitively recognized in those stones the power to heal an ailment or mood--a capacity that has been attributed to many gems for centuries. This approachable, illustrated guide outlines the beneficial properties ascribed to dozens of gems (for example, onyx is said to protect against negativity) and includes instructions for making more than 50 pieces of jewelry using healing stones. Stitch elegant branch earrings of coral and pearl (which reduces irritability), or an intricate citrine bracelet that will improve your disposition. Other projects include a rosary, prayer beads, and a beautiful "circle of life” brooch.
 

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Nice Iformational read

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I recently became interested in the various proerpties and affects certain stones have on us and wanted more information on the subject and found this book to cover much of the information I am seeking. Read full review

Healing Jewelry: Using Gemstones for Health & Well-Being

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Many people have jewelry pieces that function as sort of personal talismans for good luck or psychological well-being. Over time, a body of folk tradition has grown about the healing properties of ... Read full review

Contents

PAGE
56
Ripples of Contentment Amethyst Brooch
75
Spheres Cubes Onyx Choker Earrings
82
Earth Sky Turquoise Necklace Earrings
88
Amethyst Peacock Necklace Earrings
94
Baltic Elegance Amber Choker Earrings
100
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Mickey Baskett is the author of numerous furniture decorating instruction books.

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