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A subtle bracelet with the "Flower of Feminity Magenta" mandala (10 mm) surrounded by stones faceted lapis lazuli 6 mm, braided on a dark blue string. Delicate, feminine and classic. Adjustable size. Stainless steel base. Bracelet intention: My energy is in complete balance. I use the power of my heart and mind in equal measure. Intuition and rationality are in full balance.
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This mandala is filled with the vibration of primordial femininity. It helps in contacting the female element of our dual (male-female) nature and harmonizing both of these energies. It combines activity (male principle - red) with passivity (female principle - blue) as in the Chinese character Yin and Yang. It exudes the energy of end and renewal, death and birth, decline and rebirth.
Most of the colors used in the mandala are associated with the feminine aspect and femininity.
The dominant color in the mandala is magenta. Magenta (magenta) is bright purple-red. It is also known as fuchsia. This color was called magenta because it is created by a dye discovered in the same year that a battle near Magenta took place in northern Italy. It was 1859. Magent is a relatively young color. It seems to express vitality, excitement and mobility. Today's women often choose this color as an element of clothing to emphasize their individuality and strength of character. Interestingly, the women's movement began around the same time that the battle took place, from which the name magenta color originated.
Magenta can be seen as red (energy, masculinity) with a touch of blue (passivity, femininity). It can then be read as a declaration of freeing energy from the framework of traditional femininity - matriarchy - or simply as a female form of energy. We meet him in the mandalas of women who establish their autonomy, recognize their professional calling or broaden their horizons. They take up activity while remaining firmly rooted in true feminine nature.
Magenta in mandalas may reveal readiness to study, initiate a creative project or openly express one's beliefs. It usually announces the period of productivity following the human entry into the world as an independent individual.
Flowers because of their shape and focus in the middle are a natural mandala. That is why by some mystics they are considered as objects of contemplation. They are the image of the "Center" and hence the archetypal image of the soul.
The number of petals 9 - is a symbol of "turning the wheel", bringing something to the end and the birth of something new.
In this mandala we can also find the flower element of the life of sacred geometry. The Flower of Life contains the proportions of every aspect and form of life.
Yellow (the beginning of a new chapter in life), green (Mother-nature), turquoise (self-healing, care), blue (motherhood), purple (unification).
This mandala is multidimensional and can be read in many ways. However, for me, its main message is the original femininity, which is inevitably connected with the original masculinity into the One Whole.
More about the mandala: https: //mandaladoroty.pl/pl/home/57-mandala-na-szkle-kwiat-kobiecosci-magenta.html
Lapis lazuli is a stone that has been valued for thousands of years. Its dark blue color and the golden particles of pyrite contained in it were associated with the heavens and the Gods coming from them.
It is a stone for improving well-being, enhances vitality, perseverance, and creative expression. It is a stone of wisdom and dignity, formerly reserved only for pharaohs and kings. It can support our spiritual development and activate spiritual guides. Helpful in developing intuition and working with dreams. It relaxes and relaxes.