8.29.2013

Shaman One of a Kind Necklace

Shaman, Beth Hemmila (Hint Jewelry): sterling silver turquoise necklace

In many shamanic societies, if you came to a medicine person complaining of being disheartened, dispirited, or depressed, they would ask one of four questions. When did you stop dancing? When did you stop singing? When did you stop being enchanted by stories? When did you stop finding comfort in the sweet territory of silence?
- Gabrielle Roth

Spiritual healers or shamans exist in all cultures; however, what they all seem to do is point the way back to your soul or true self.

Shaman, Beth Hemmila (Hint Jewelry): sterling silver turquoise necklace


They bridge the distance between you and shame, help you forgive yourself and others, and teach you how to reanimate your life after painful trauma.



Shaman, Beth Hemmila (Hint Jewelry): sterling silver horseshoe and bear charm necklace


I think of turquoise as being like a shaman. It's a stone used to heal and provide solace for the spirit. It has protective qualities and ancient wisdom to share.

This Shaman necklace can be worn alone or you can purchase charms from Hint Jewelry to slip on and off according to your needs.


Shaman, Beth Hemmila (Hint Jewelry): sterling silver turquoise earrings

I also designed these limited edition turquoise Shaman earrings, which are so versatile the can be worn with almost anything.

2 comments:

  1. over and over again, i should really just know to come here when i am feeling certain ways (or maybe i do and the coincidence of finding your words when needed isn't really a coincidence at all)
    shame is weighing huge upon me right now - as is that heaviness that accompanies.
    this necklace is just beautiful - i, too, turn to turquoise - and your bear is one of my favorite charms.
    as i have said before, many blessings to you for opening up to the world and sharing what i seem to hold too close. only in the opening can we connect, can we be enlightened by others.
    thank you -

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  2. catching up with some of your posts....
    i think of all your jewelry as medicine pieces.

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