I believe that at some level each of us desires to live our lives with passion, power and purpose. Those 3 little words really hold a charge and with them a desire to step up and bring every facet of our lives into alignment with our own passion and purpose.
One of my many passions is stones.
It’s one that I have been exploring and embracing for as long as I can remember. But it wasn’t until I committed to creating gemstone jewelry that I began to feel the power of their transformation.
For the past several months I have been taking time to connect with each of the unique stone types in my collection…to photograph it, listen to its message, and then share that message. It’s been powerful. I have learned so much and this little journey has transformed how I work with stones.
My most recent study has been pyrite. This heavy little stone packs quite the punch. When I wear it I feel like my internal battery is charged. I’m focused, on task and I flow from one activity to the next with minimal distraction…it’s like a cure for my creative spirit that often feels a bit add.
Not only does it keep me focused, but it seems to be a master manifestor. Yes, I did actually say that. Pyrite is a master manifestor. Every time I place this stone on my wrist I become clear about my wants, desires and dreams…and not only that…my experience of life is coming into alignment with those desires. It is incredibly refreshing.
I’m loving this stone and I am so excited to share the latest addition to the Journey Jewels collections: Passion, Power, & Purpose bracelets….Shop Now
Passion, Power & Purpose Quotes
“To be blessed with visions is not enough…we must live them.” – High Eagle
“The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire.” – Marshall Ferdinand Foch
“If you have a purpose in which you can believe, there’s no end to the amount of things you can accomplish.” – Marian Anderson
“‘What will they think of me?’ must be put aside for bliss.” – Joseph Campbell
“To explore what it would mean to live fully, sensually alive and passionately on purpose, I have to drop my preconceived ideas of who and what I am.” – Dawna Markova