women's diamond shiva necklace, made with a dainty and feminine gold filled chain, raw diamond, and bronze shiva. diamond is a wonderful stone for the crown chakra, and is an april birthstone. available in two adjustable lengths, from 14 to 16 inches or 16 to 18 inches. this design is also available with any of the following chakra or birthstones pictured from left to right:
ethiopian opal, garnet, ruby, citrine, peridot, emerald, aquamarine, blue opal, iolite (water sapphire), indian sapphire (true sapphire), deep blue sapphire (true sapphire), amethyst, labradorite, moonstone, or tiny pearl or tanzanite (not pictured). all stones are pictured within the shop so they may be viewed with chain.
diamond is a stone that powerfully amplifies other gems. it supports balance, prosperity, generosity, love, and longevity, and brings these qualities to relationships. used with loving and clear intent, it is said to clear blockages, open the crown chakra, enhance spiritual peace, and amplify any stone it is paired with. it has been used to increase clarity, trust, strength, courage, hope, and confidence.
shiva is often referred to as the god of the yogis, self-controlled and celibate, while at the same time a lover of his spouse shakti. he is responsible for change both in the form of death and destruction, and in the positive sense of destroying the ego, the false identification with form. this includes the shedding of old habits and attachments. destruction opens a path for a new creation of the universe, and the destruction associated with shiva has great purifying power. as truth, goodness, and beauty, shiva represents the most essential goodness, and his name is believed to have strong purification power and offer protection. in shiva, the art of meditation takes its most formless essence. he represents the letting go of the world of form, and his path is one of the ascetic yogi.
gold filled chain and clasp with two inch extender chain. dainty and feminine bronze shiva measuring just under 3/4 inches long. this design originally listed 6/20/2014.