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lapis lazuli healing and meditation gemstone bracelet

KSh 2,550.00

Each one of these beautiful crystal bracelets are made with 27 Lapis Lazuli 6mm gemstone beads.

Mala beads were originally created over a thousand years ago, to assist the wearer in prayer, they are a type of rosary, to count mantras. (A mantra is a devotional affirmation said out loud).

What is Lapis Lazuli?

Lapis Lazuli comes under the category of Metamorphic Rock. It’s composition is mainly lazurite with calcite, sodalite, and pyrite. Lapis Lazuli is often found in shades of deep blue or purple which also contribute to the meaning behind its name.

The Origin & History of Lapis Lazuli
  • Known as the Wisdom Stone
  • One of the highest regarded gems in Egypt
  • Used by Michelangelo to paint the Sistine Chapel

With a name that dances on the tongue, rich history with royalty and artists, and a shimmering deep blue hue that leaves eyes wide in awe, Lapis Lazuli is the epitome of all we adore about the mystical world of healing crystals.

Celebrated as being The Wisdom Stone, Lapis Lazuli was loved by the Ancient Egyptians and in paintings and scrolls is often seen adorning the Pharaohs, Queens, and Goddesses. Back then, it wasn’t just used as a jewel, but was even ground down to become eyeshadow and elixirs. The beautiful blue stone was one of the highest regarded gems in Egypt. It came from the oldest mines in the world was given to those of great prestige. From the sarcophagus to the breastplate of the high priest, few jewels in the world rose to the status that Lapis Lazuli was able to reach.

Lapis Lazuli Healing Properties

Lapis Lazuli comes from many far corners of the earth including the mystic corners of Afghanistan, the Ancient Roman shores of Italy, the new worlds of the USA and the wine-soaked lands of Chile. With a name that directly translates to Blue Stone in the old tongue of Latin, color is the first thing that calls to you when it comes to Lapis Lazuli. A shimmering shade of deep blue, sometimes flecked with gold and with violet shades shot through, it’s no wonder Renaissance painters fell head over heels for this otherworldly poetic color.

Physical Healing Properties
  • Helps with depression and insomnia
  • Soothes throat and thyroid issues

Just glancing at Lapis Lazuli is enough to lower your blood pressure. Its serene shades shift something inside, cleansing you from tip to toe in gentle grace. It’s a beautiful booster for the immune system, especially in times when you have been feeling sluggish, low, or just out of whack with life. Depression, insomnia, and vertigo are all conditions where Lapis Lazuli isn’t shy about lending a hand. It’s a stone that entices you back to balance mentally and this has an amazing knock on effect when it comes to keeping us upright in our physical lives.

Mental & Emotional Healing Properties
  • Helps with truth and self-awareness
  • Encourages self expression and bonds

Say yes to self-awareness and climb out of the shadows of suppression when you invite even more Lapis Lazuli meaning into your life.

This healing crystal brings its rich shades of blue and regal flecks of golden pyrite to remind you of your own worth. It’s an incredible stone for bringing out that stashed away self-knowledge that leads to authenticity and the freedom to live in one’s truth.

If you struggle to put yourself out there, if your confidence has been cut, then bringing the healing power of Lapis Lazuli into your daily life can be a complete game-changer.

As it’s a stone that encourages self-expression and invites you to speak the truth, this makes it an amazing tool for bonding relationships and forging close-knit friendships with those who can serve the true you. Being able to speak our truth is one of the most important things we can do to raise the vibrations of our soul. It helps us to stand true and strong in our own light, it cuts down on pent up frustration and anger, and it makes us more decisive in picking paths (both big and small) that are right for us.

Metaphysical Properties
  • Connected to the third eye chakra
  • Connected to the throat chakra

The transcendental colors of Lapis Lazuli give the hint that this stone is definitely connected to the spirit realms. Of course, Lapis Lazuli is linked to the Third-Eye Chakra. This chakra is known for being the eye of consciousness, the one that sees all. As the sixth chakra its heavily motivated by knowledge, intuition, wisdom, and insight – basically all the things that help us to unravel our many layers to get to the core.

Zodiac Birthstone
  • The stone for Sagittarius
  • Good for Taurus, Libra, and Virgo

The major stone for Sagittarius, those born in the winter months can make the most of the midnight starry hues of the Lapis Lazuli stone. Sagittarians have many traits that connect them intrinsically with the blue stone. Often celebrated for being honest and forthright, but sometimes free from tact, Lapis Lazuli invites softer shades of communication so that you can speak your truth without tipping into upset.

Sag’s can also be highly independent creatures and having Lapis Lazuli as an amulet works wonders with that, ensuring you get time that is truly your own without compromising on those close-knit relationships that are so important to help you rise up. Those born under the banner of Sagittarius also love a good philosophical debate, and as Lapis Lazuli is the stone of knowledge and wisdom, again, it encourages that light to shine.