Perfection is attained by one whose soul rules its bodily being, one whose........reality is spiritual and free from all the constraints of material and earthly existence. This may sound hard to achieve, a distant goal that we could yearn for all our lives, yet never reach. Thus for centuries, exalted philosophers and sages attributed a name to the most valuable marker of success: completeness.
Maybe none of us will achieve this ideal. Maybe no one will earn such a portrayal; nobody will be ornamented with such excellence.
And yet, moments of true excellence are close, and we have all experienced them at least once. Can you recall the wind in your hair and the scent of the wide sea changing you with every breath? Do you remember the perfect verses of a song heard when you first realised that you were in love? Did you commit to memory the first laugh of the child that took you unprepared, swept you off your feet and captured your heart forever, never to let go again? There are many such moments, and everyone is entitled to their occasional savor of perfection.
These gemstones support the ascent towards perfection. They cleanse the soul; they remind us of these rare moments when we were complete. So when the sages speak of perfection, we know what they’re talking about.
Topaz - A gemstone very popular in lapidary production. The biggest topaz was found in Brazil in 1984, which is called "El Dorado" and its weight was 6.2 kg. This gemstone is now part of the British Royal Collection....Read more topaz facts
Moonstone - A rare natural beauty, many people, fond of precious and semi-precious stones, favour moonstone because of its shiny bluish colour and silvery sheen reminiscent of moonlight, which gave it his name. It is this mysterious reflection that gives this stone a special charm...Read about Moonstone properties
Iolite - The name of this stone originates from the Greek word "ion" which means purple coloured, or as French would have it, lilla. In this word one could find the root to name the name of the Ionian sea too, although the etymology of the name so far has not been established. However, let us imagine and suppose that ancient Greeks saw the marvellous hues in that sea, the same kind that Iolite can display for you....Read about Iolite origin
This pendant is part of RubyCharm jewellery:
Blue Moonstone Light collection
This gem originated by the forces of the Moon, and wears her silhouette in its midst. Traditionally, it was used to awaken the powers of magic and clairvoyance. It mantles the veil of secrets, spilling silver dust and opening the hidden passages of power. Of course, these are all old beliefs and superstitions, mere folk tales. But why, when pressed to the palm, does it evoke shadows of the future?
Topaz history is filled with interesting beliefs and tales. Many beliefs are associated with the color of sunset that this beautiful stone usually have. So Egyptians long believed that the sun god Ra, gave topaz it`s color. The Romans were also held to the belief that this stone owes its color to the sun, while in many European countries there is a widespread belief that topaz has strong solar energy....Read more beliefs about topaz
Leif, son of Erik, defies brisk gusts of wind, and seems to be oblivious of the crushing waves hurling the boat as if it were a child’s toy... Read interesting tale about Iolite and The Way to the New World.
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