Serpent Protector Necklace
Serpent Protector Necklace
Serpent Protector Necklace
Serpent Protector Necklace
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Serpent Protector Necklace

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Specs:

Precious metal Sterling silver & Brass.

Semi precious gemstones Agate and Citrine.

One of a kind design.

Pendant is 5.5cm long and 3.3cm.

Hanging on 18" thick sterling silver chain.

Hand crafted in Phoenix Arizona. 

Gemstone Healing:

We strongly believe in using the metaphysical properties of each gemstone to set intentions in your day to day life.

Associated with the third eye and throat energy centers, Agate is great for the mind and mental space. It will help you bring in a relaxed concentration and strong mental clarity.

Citrine is associated with the solar plexus energy center. It's great for manifesting joy and abundance. 

Paired together, this green agate and citrine can help you with mental clarity around confusing matters in your life. It can help you see the path forward towards your most abundantly resourced self. 

Snake Symbolism:

The snake or serpent is a symbol that can be found in several different cultures all over the world. They can represent fertility, creative energy, growth, awakening, rebirth, and transformation. The ancient ouroboros symbol represents the continuous renewal of life. 

To us it represents awakening. In Hinduism the serpent lies at the base of your spine in what is called kundalini energy. As it awakens it travels up your spine, activating your chakras and opening you up to an expansive state of consciousness. The snake also represents the shedding of skin. As we grow and awaken in our lives, past versions of ourselves must be shed in order to hold more space for the present self.