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Angel Wings Lava Stone Earrings

Angel Wing Lava Stone Aromatherapy Earrings

Lava Stone And Angel Wings Jewellery

Angels are connected with the spiritual realm, symbolizing freedom, spirituality, comfort and protection. Angels and Angel Wings have been depicted in many and varied art-forms throughout the ages and play a significant role in popular culture throughout the world today. Many of us wear angel wing jewellery as a memorial for a departed loved one or to symbolise that we are connected to, and protected by, Angels as we go about our every-day lives.

Angel Wings Spiritual Meaning and Symbolism

Angels are said to be God’s Warriors in both Eastern and the Western cultures, and as such are fearsome and protective, acting as a link between the spiritual and physical realms. Their role, amongst others, is to heal and guide us while providing love, support, comfort, and protection, especially in times of need.  Wearing Angel Wings as jewellery helps us feel connected to the spirit realm and reminds us that we are being watched over by our angels.


Angels are all around us, and if we open our minds and hearts, we can see their signs and tune into their messages. Several examples of this form of communication with the spirit world may be finding a feather on your path, especially a white one, letting you know angels are nearby. Looking into the sky and noticing a perfect formation of an angel, replete with wings also lets you know that angels are watching over you. Finding coins in unusual places is also a sign of guidance and support. Ever noticed a sudden flash of bright light? This can also be another sign from your angels letting you know that you are protected and free.

There are so many other ways our angels can communicate with us, it may also be through music, numbers, or rainbows to name but just a few, all you need to do is ask for a sign and take notice, you won’t be disappointed.

Angel Wing jewellery is very special and symbolizes freedom, spirituality, comfort and protection, and usually has a very personal meaning attached to wearing it. For some, it represents comfort and protection from the symbolism of large, protective wings enveloping us and keeping us safe. For others it may represent a departed loved one, keeping them near to us and strengthening our connection with the spirit realm. Or whether it simply represents freedom, as we spread our wings and soar, one thing for sure is that Angel Wing jewellery always has a very special meaning attached to it for the wearer. What special significance does your Angel Wing Jewellery hold? Purchase your angel wing earrings now > © Linda Phillip

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Tree of Life Lava Jewellery Aromatherapy

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Tree of Life Lava Jewellery Aromatherapy

Fashioned as an intricate piece of jewellery, today the Tree of Life is arguably one of the most recognised symbols worldwide.  An ancient symbol, that transcends cultures, religions, and civilizations since time began, it is still today recognized as a beautiful, yet relevant symbol and makes for an intricate design for necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

There are so many references to immortalised trees since time immemorial, and often there is one that is of special significance. For example, for Christianity, it can be traced to the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve and the Tree of Knowledge. The Egyptian god Osiris, and goddess Isis, Egypt’s first couple, are believed to have been borne from the acacia tree which ‘life and death are enclosed’. For the Hindu, the banyan tree has special significance while Buddha is said to have attained Enlightenment under a Bodhi tree.  The Ancient Celts had a very strong association with trees believing them to be magickal – humans originated from trees – therefore they were a doorway to the spirit realm.

Tree of Life Spiritual Meaning and Symbolism

Today, the Tree of Life, worn as jewellery, has come to symbolise the interconnectivity of our universe and all those who inhabit it. The tree itself symbolising strength, wisdom, longevity.

The seasonal cycle of shedding leaves in autumn, hibernating in winter, regrowth and blossoming in spring and full splendour during summer, represents rebirth. As such, it symbolizes renewal, positive energy, health and prosperity. It is also a symbol of immortality, as a tree goes through its life cycles and matures, it bears the seeds from which new seedlings are created containing its very life essence, and thus the lifecycle continues, and the tree becomes immortal.

The Tree of Life is a symbol of mysticism and our connection to the spirit realm.  It embodies our ancestry and, just as significantly, our future – it represents where we have come from and, by its very nature, ensures our immortality.  But perhaps more significantly it symbolises our connection to the universe and all those that thrive in it because without trees and all that they embody, our world would be a very barren and different place.  What does the Tree of Life symbolise for you? Purchase your tree of life lava stone jewellery with the TL Collection > © Linda Philip

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Lava Stone Feather Jewellery

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Feather jewellery The TL Collection

Feathers are a beautiful jewellery accessory. They can be crafted into necklaces, bracelets, anklets, and earrings and have been utilized by many civilizations old and new. They have a long and symbolic history that is still relevant in today’s modern world. The beauty of a feather, crafted in intricate detail and worn as jewellery is a wonderful way to keep the feather’s symbolism close to you or to remember a loved one who has passed.

Feathers have long been considered sacred to many cultures throughout the ages. Native Americans wore feathers to symbolize their communication with Spirit, and they were often used in sacred clothing, weaponry, tools, jewellery and dreamcatchers. In Egypt, the feather represents Ma’at, the goddess of truth, justice and order. Druids wore robes made of feathers to invoke the sky gods to gain knowledge from spirit realms. In Christianity, feathers are said to represent the virtues of faith, hope, and charity.

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Feathers Spiritual Meaning

Many ancient civilizations believed birds could carry messages to and from the spirit world as birds are associated with the heavens, and consequently provide us with the ability to connect with our gods and goddesses.  Birds, with their ability to soar through our infinite skies with complete liberty, came to symbolise freedom, transcendence, and communication with the spirit realm.

Feathers, magickal by association, are given to us by bird totems such as the crow, dove, and eagle and are connected to feminine power and freedom. And as such, they are also a symbol of fertility, growth, and abundance. Wearing a feather helps you to attract good fortune while deterring negativity. They represent freedom of your mind and soul by liberating your beliefs and boundaries, allowing you to travel through life without restriction.

Wearing feathers crafted into exquisite jewellery pieces is a beautiful yet potent symbol. Feathers signify truth, honour, abundance, strength, wisdom, and freedom and are used as a form of communication between us and the spirit realm. Do you have a special piece of jewellery fashioned from these gifts of the universe?  © Linda Philip

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Dream Catcher Jewellery

Dream Catcher Jewellery


Dream Catchers as Jewellery with Lava Stones and Essential Oils

Dreamcatchers originally associated with Native American cultures, have today become a very popular item of jewellery in many countries throughout the world. For some, it is worn as an amulet to provide protection from negative energies, while others may be drawn to its beauty without really understanding its culturally rich and symbolic history.

Put simply, dream catchers are believed to bring pleasant dreams, good luck, and harmony, however, they play a significant role in Native American culture. Dreamcatchers also is said to represent a medicine wheel with every element having meaning. Its circular shape represents the circle of life, with no beginning and no end, and is woven to resemble a spider’s web, to catch bad dreams. It is believed that the feathers act as a pathway to allow good dreams to float to the dreamer below, while bad spirit dreams are held in the centre of the dream catcher to be dispersed in the first light of day. To find out more about the traditional meaning and uses of dream catchers please see >

Traditionally made to hang over your sleeping space and created using natural materials, today you can purchase dreamcatchers as jewellery made from gold, silver, metal alloy etc. They can be worn around your neck as necklaces, wrist as bracelets, or ears as earrings. They are said to represent love, honesty and purity and bless the wearer with pleasant dreams, good luck, and harmony throughout their lives.

Dream Catcher Jewellery

Crystals are often attached to the dream catcher and represent the element of earth, bringing the properties, energies and magic of each specific stone. Lava Stones, therefore, are ideal as they literally come from the core of the earth and represent strength and courage, and because of its grounding qualities, is wonderful for calming your emotions. Furthermore, essential oils can be added to the porous surface of lava stones, making them even more potent. For further information on the qualities of lava stones please see >

Dreamcatchers, rich in symbolism and history, combined with lava stones and essential oils have provided us with the perfect resources to create exquisite pieces of jewellery, that not only complement any outfit you wear but bring many spiritual and healing benefits. © Linda Philip