These stunning bear cubs are hand carved from the mystical and shimmering labradorite. Each comes on a cruelty free cotton cord; choose black, brown or beige, with your choice of fixed length with sterling silver fastenings, or adjustable length with slip knots.
Bear measures 30mm high approx General look and size shown on model
✧ SPIRIT ANIMAL MEANING ✧ In the kingdom of spirit animals, the bear is emblematic of grounding forces and strength. This animal has been worshiped throughout time as a powerful totem, inspiring those who need it the courage to stand up against adversity. As a spirit animal in touch with the earth and the cycles of nature, it is a powerful guide to support physical and emotional healing.
The bear has several meanings that will inspire those who have this animal as totem: - The primary meaning of the bear spirit animal is strength and confidence - Standing against adversity; taking action and leadership - The spirit of the the bear indicates it’s time for healing or using healing abilities to help self or others - The bear medicine emphasizes the importance of solitude, quiet time, rest - The spirit of the bear provides strong grounding forces
✧ CRYSTAL MEANING ✧ Labradorite, with its remarkable play of colour, is a stone of transformation. This multi hued feldspar mineral makes for an ideal companion through change and uncertainty, imparting strength, perseverance and positive thinking. It is known for its power to make one feel elated for absolutely no reason. This, as well as its ability to simultaneously connect one to earth energies, makes it my go-to stone for the loveliest mingle of happiness and grounding. While those necessary grounding energies are present, it mostly connects with the upper chakras: throat, third eye and crown. It creates a clear path for communication of all kinds, heightens intuition and psychic abilities, and reveals one’s innate magical powers. It is a true stone of magic that will benefit just about anyone.
Labradorite was discovered in Labrador, Canada, by Moravian missionaries in 1770. This is where and when it gets its name, however, the mineral is referenced previously in legends by Inuit tribes, and was known to be in use by the Boethuk peoples of Newfoundland and Labrador. I implore you to do some digging on those many myths and legends that surround this mystical mineral.
Each piece is cleansed before packaging, and made with the best intentions to promote its specific energy and healing properties.