Moonstone Seven Mothers Necklace

$ 26.00

women's moonstone seven mothers necklace, made with a dainty and feminine gold filled chain, moonstone, and indian seven mothers charm.  moonstone is an alternative birthstone for june and is wonderful for both the heart and crown chakras. available in two adjustable lengths, from 14 to 16 inches or 16 to 18 inches. pricing starts at $26 for a plain necklace with no stone, $29 with stone, and $34 for one raw diamond. 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 (not pictured).  all stones are pictured within the shop so they may be viewed with chain.

moonstone is a stone of abundance and is associated with love of all kinds. it has a gentle, calming energy that supports creativity, compassion, and inner strength. it brings balance, hope, and harmony, and is gently uplifting. it has been used to help calm responses and avoid overreaction, relieve emotional stress, enhance feminine energies, sensitivity, intuition, and mental abilities. traditionally, it is also known as a stone of protection, especially during childbirth, pregnancy, and travel. it is associated with the third eye, crown, and heart chakras, and has been used physically for the pituitary gland, the digestive system, obesity, water retention, hormonal problems, and menstrual problems.

traditionally used for protection, the seven mothers depict the seven indian goddesses with an extra figure, known as the guardian. these seven goddesses, brahmani, vaishnavi, maheshvari, indrani, kaumari, varahi, and chamunda or narasimhi, are always depicted together and are known for assisting the goddess devi in her fight with demons.

gold filled chain and clasp with two inch extender chain. bronze seven mothers charm measuring about 3/4 inches long. this design originally listed 6/15/2014.