women's garnet evil eye mala bracelet, made with grade a+ garnet, grade a+ faceted garnet, indonesian rhinestones, pyrite, and rhinestone evil eye. I made this bracelet because traditionally, the evil eye bracelet is supposed to be a continuous string of red around the wrist, instead of blue. so I thought I'd offer a genuine red evil eye bracelet for those who need it.
garnet is often associated with love, passion, and fire. it is a stone of faith, devotion, stability, and trust, and is said to balance the emotions. it has been used to soothe emotional stress and anger that is held in and is not expressed. it encourages an inner strength and personal power, which increases success, a positive attitude, and sparks the energies of creativity. it is known in indian mythology for persistence, stamina, and energizing the fire of kundalini, which is the eternal force that activates the chakras and begins the path to awakening and enlightenment. it is said to release bad karma, negative energy from the chakras, bring stability and order from chaos, and is associated with the root and heart chakras.
the symbol and superstition of the evil eye is one of the strongest and oldest symbolic images in the world. despite the differences in the cultures which hold the evil eye myth, it largely retains the same meaning no matter where the story is told. in its most basic form, the evil eye is thought of as a look given to inflict harm, suffering, or some form of bad luck on those that it is cast upon. it is a look that clearly states negative intention, either out of jealousy or pure malice. the superstition of the evil eye holds that a malicious look is powerful enough to bring about actual misfortune for the person on the receiving end of its intention. evil eye symbols, hamsas, and other charms are believed to ward off this type of energy.
6mm stones. 27 mala prayer beads. strung on strong stretch cord with pyrite and rhinestone accents. this design originally listed 11/6/2018.
fits a 6.25" - 7" wrist