bracelets with meaning

Bracelets with meaning

I’ve been wearing little ropes since I was twelve years old, and they always had a personal meaning to me. Around ten years ago I began to wonder i...

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Red Bracelet Meaning

I had mostly heard stories of celebrities, such as Leonardo DiCaprio, wearing it. I think I knew it had to do with Kabbalism, but pretty sure Leo ...

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mens tiger eye bracelet

Tiger Eye Bracelet

A tiger eye stone carries many strong associations, including courage, motivation, and fearlessness. Tigers are graceful and powerful animals. Thos...

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Military Memorial Bracelets

Written by Sloane, US - Writing about military memorial bracelets is a topic near and dear to my heart. My father served in the artillery division ...

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black onyx meaning

Black Onyx Meaning

Deep, dark, and mysterious, black onyx has an elegant, minimalist look. Worn in jewelry such as watches, rings, or onyx men’s bracelets, it’s sure ...

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Chakra Bracelet Meaning

There are seven chakras, or main energy centers in the body. Each serves us in a different way, yet they are all connected because they allow us to...

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moss agate meaning

Moss Agate Meaning

Hey guys, Cool that you’re here to join me on this quest to discover the truth behind Moss Agate semi-precious stones. Their power to captivate hum...

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Protection Bracelet

Wearing bracelets enhances an individual's look. Designed to be aesthetically pleasing, some styles, such as a protection bracelet, elevate the ac...

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indian agate meaning

Indian Agate Meaning

Indian Agate is one of the oldest good luck and healing stones. Agate's use in jewelry dates back to Biblical Babylonian times. Read about the prop...

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James Bond NATO Straps

It is probably the most asked question we get. Sometimes even coming as a critique that we named a strap the wrong way. In the end, what’s in a nam...

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Bali Bracelets Meaning

During the Balinese New Year, there are tons of rituals and the night before, the last day of the year, there is The Bhuta Yajna Ritual. A processi...

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