Handmade copper Unalome with a gorgeous natural black tourmaline suspended from it. Includes a natural leather cord. A perfect talisman for protection. Or simple clean Unalome swirl design hammer textured.
What does the Unalome mean?
In its most simplified form, the unalome symbol represents the path to enlightenment or to a higher place of spiritual contentment. It embodies our experience as human beings on Earth and signifies a deeper awareness of how we move through life and learn from our actions.
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A Talisman is an object that amplifies our abilities and makes us stronger.
Raw Black Tourmaline -The ultimate grounding stone and the primary crystal for protection. Black tourmaline shields and deflects negative energies while also working on removing internal conflicts. Black Tourmaline encourages self-confidence, positive thoughts and promotes self-love. The ideal stone for facing the world as your true, unapologetic self.
The Copper metal is the giver of positivity and goodness, as well as the bringer of good luck in various endeavours. Many people associate it with positive energy when acquiring property and other material possessions. It attracts money, prosperity, and all-around abundance.
What chakra is copper for?
ROOT CHAKRA: It is believed that copper has the power to amplify thoughts when sending and receiving psychic communications.
Why is copper sacred?
Historic and modern American Indian tribes continued to view copper as a sacred metal with spiritual powers. The metal is associated with Mishipeshu, the Great Lynx or Water Panther, the protector of copper.
In mythology and alchemy, copper was associated with the goddess Aphrodite/Venus, based on its lustrous beauty, its ancient use in producing mirrors, and its association with Cyprus, which was sacred to the goddess. In alchemy, the symbol for copper was also the symbol for the planet Venus.
The unalome symbol is a reminder of universal truths that:
- We are each on our own path, but we are also all on the same path.
- The curves and challenges of life are meant to bring us to a greater understanding of what it means to be human.
- Suffering is inevitable but, like all things, it is also impermanent.