Green Agate Lotus Bracelet

$18.95$37.95

Balance your Yin and Yang and gain more vitality in your life with this amazing Green Agate Lotus Bracelet Agate crystals vibrate on lower frequency and therefore can help you to connect...

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Description

Balance your Yin and Yang and gain more vitality in your life with this amazing Green Agate Lotus Bracelet

Agate crystals vibrate on lower frequency and therefore can help you to connect with the energy of the Earth.

Agate stones are great tools to bring harmony to all aspects of your well being.
They can help you to heal on all levels: physical, spiritual and emotional. 

What is the meaning of Lotus Flower?

In Hinduism and Buddhism lore, the lotus signifies purity, spirituality and self-cleaning. This is derived from the natural phenomenon of a pure white lotus rising from within murky waters and sustaining its beauty regardless of the surroundings.

Meanwhile, in Hinduism, the flower is associated with beauty, prosperity and fertility. The most common form of this flower in this faith is the white lotus, which specifically has strong connections with Lakshmi and Brahma.

This Green Agate Lotus Bracelet features:

- Handmade with genuine 8mm Green Agate Stone beads
- High quality elastic cord
- Made to fit your wrist
- Made with love and pure positive energy

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For every purchase you make in our store, we donate 5% of the total value of your order to the Charity of Your choice!

Simply click the 'Select' button underneath the ADD TO CART button to pick the cause of your choice.

You can select from one of our 3 Featured Causes or simply search for a Nonprofit organisation you wish to support with your purchase.

At the end of your checkout you will receive confirmation email that our gift is on its way! :)


Our 3 Featured Causes Include:

The Tibet Fund

Website: https://tibetfund.org/

The Tibet Fund’s primary mission is to preserve the distinct cultural and national identity of the Tibetan people. Our aim is to promote self-reliance and help sustain the cohesiveness of the exile Tibetan community.

As the primary funding organization, we have worked closely with the Central Tibetan Administration in advancing education, refugee rehabilitation, religious and cultural preservation, and community development for more than 140,000 Tibetan refugees living in India, Nepal and Bhutan.

In Tibet, our support is directed to orphanages, eye care and other health programs and educational projects that aid impoverished and marginalized Tibetans.


International Elephant Foundation

Website: https://elephantconservation.org/

The International Elephant Foundation (IEF) was founded in 1998 by Michael Fouraker. IEF is a non-profit corporation of individuals and institutions dedicated to the conservation of African and Asian Elephants worldwide.

IEF creates a sustainable future for elephants. We generate and effectively invest resources to support elephant conservation, education, research, and management programs worldwide. Through our passion, expertise, knowledge, and partnerships we inspire and engage people to ensure a vibrant future with elephants everywhere.

IEF is an organization working diligently and successfully for conservation of elephants. It has a proven track record and is an excellent choice to receive funds for the benefit of elephants. Those who donate to the International Elephant Foundation can rest assured that your money is going to support one of our many elephant conservation and research projects.


Environmental Defense Fund

Website: https://www.edf.org/

Environmental Defense Fund's mission is to preserve the natural systems on which all life depends.

The Environmental Defense Fund focuses on ecological issues that affect people worldwide: clean energy, sustainable fishing, restoring ecosystems, and pollution.

They use a multidisciplinary approach to tackle these environmental problems and avoid duplicating efforts already done by others. Today, the organization has two million members and a staff of 700 scientists, policy experts, economists, and professionals around the world.

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