Ever brought a piece of antique jewellery or been handed down some from days gone by?
Or maybe you have a love of handmade crystal jewellery or tumbled stones and crystals?
I recently brought myself a necklace, which jumped out at me and said, ‘I am yours’.
As you can see in the picture she is goddess with a stone surrounded by ‘Shiva Shakti' stones from India, followed by blood stone and fresh water pearls.
I felt a strong need to give my new necklace a fresh new vibe and a big cleanse.
Have you ever thought about what the person is like who polished and or made your piece into something shiny and beautiful?
Or thought about what the conditions were, in relation to your precious stones, crystals diamonds or gold?
Was it a fair trade?
Was, and is, the land being respected?
What has your treasure been through, right from being taken from its place of creation to you?
When I first heard of burying your old antique jewellery in the back yard, I thought “How silly are such wives’ tales” But hey! I’m a converted believer in some of the craziest tales of old wives tales.
Here are some simple steps that I have used in the past and these first steps work beautifully when you don’t have the ocean at your fingertips.
This method is good for old antique jewellery. Make sure you aren’t expecting rain!
Another way is to use the ocean (see photos below)
I’d be really interested in hearing how you cleanse and recharge your jewellery, perhaps another old wives’ tale?
I invite you to share your methods in the comments section below.
Love and many blessings Annie