copy of Ethnic owl necklace in Labradorite and feathers "Magic blue owl"

Ethnic Labradorite owl collar and jay and owl feathers

Length: 45 cm

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Size chart
Women's clothing size
Euro 32/34 36 38 40
USA 0/2 4 6 8
Bust(in) 31-32 33 34 36
Bust(cm) 80.5-82.5 84.5 87 92
Waist(in) 24-25 26 27 29
Waist(cm) 62.5-64.5 66.5 69 74
Hips(in) 34-35 36 37 39
Hips(cm) 87.5-89.5 91.5 94 99
How To Measure Your Bust

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How To Measure Your Waist

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Ethnic necklace with labradorite, owl and natural feathers

General features:

This necklace is a unique creation, made with a Labradorite owl, owl and jay feathers, an owl charm and pearls in apatite, agate, labradorite, peridot, abalone.

Length: about 45 cm

Labradorite Vertus

Physical plan: Soothes cold sensations, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gout, vision problems

Emotionally: This energy shield is particularly recommended for anyone who is easily affected by the mood of those around them. Labradorite protects against external negative influences while maintaining its own stability. A stone of sociability, it helps to open up to others and to form friendships

Intellectual Plan: Allows deep research to bring out forgotten memories or to clarify memories that have become blurred over time.

Spiritual plan: Brings a comprehensive and complete vision during metaphysical meditations. Helps to consider what is unfamiliar to us, different points of view from our own or experiences we have not made.

Owl/owl totem:

Symbolically, owl medicine is associated with clair-voyance, astral projection and magic, both white and black. In many of the medical wheels used by native masters, the Owl is nicknamed the eagle of the night. Traditionally, it sits in the East, the place of enlightenment. Since time immemorial, humanity has feared the night, the darkness, the invisible, and waited in fear for the Dawn to appear. Conversely, the Owl likes the night.
At night, it hunts its prey Not only can this raptor see in the dark, but it can also accurately locate and recognize exactly the source of all its. What an advantage when it comes to hunting at night for food! Some Aboriginal people fear the Owl, which they say "feathers are misleading." Indeed, it flies silently. You can't hear it coming, but its prey feels violently its descent because its beak and talons slice like a razor.

If it is your personal medicine, no one can mislead you about what he's doing, even if he's trying to hide his intentions. You may inspire fear because many people have ulterior motives that you can easily detect You may not recognize the full power of your medicine; you take for granted your brilliant intuitive inputs. Yet others value it. You frighten them by reflecting their blindness which you are not fooled. Owl medicine enthusiasts often know more about a person's intimate life than they know about themselves.
Take a penetrating look at life, silently observe a situation you're facing. The Owl approaches friendly to help you grasp the whole truth. He may well wait until night to bring you messages during dreams or meditations. Pay attention to signals and omens. The truth always sheds light.

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