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For ages, honey and bee products have been used for all aspects of female wellness and beauty. The queen bee is the mother of all and the career of all, symbolizing the power of female energy as the nurturer of the world.
The blue stone and the Red Color help protect from negative energy.
What’s the benefit of cutting a sprig of sage? The sagebrush has healing properties.
Sage purifies both the physical and spiritual bodies. It removes negative energy to prevent illness and disease. Disease originates in the spiritual body and then manifests in the physical body. If it is not cleared, disease dominates.
The Snail with No Shell
The Snail with No Shell
The tale of Joshy the snail is about a snail who accepts diversity and realizes that it is most important to focus on the you that is within. Joshy the snail is a thinker who one stormy night wanders far from home. During the storm, Joshy falls and breaks his shell. Instead of focusing on the broken shell he travels home as the snail with no shell, Joshy the Thinker. Along the way he sees his friends, but they do not recognize him. It is Joshy’s parents who instantly know it is him, even without his shell. They always saw the real Joshy and not the shell of what he wanted everyone to see.
These amulets have been carefully written by scribes who inject the energy of each one. The amulets have their own power and can be either worn as Jewelry or in pocket or bag. They can also be put under pillow.
There are also amulets available for :
Protection from evil eye
Turning enemies into friends
Protection from external physical and non physical energies
Two portions of Deuteronomy are written on the Mezuzah parchment scroll in their original Hebrew. The Mezuzah scroll is made from handmade parchment from a kosher animal and inscribed in black ink with a special quill pen. It is written by a specially trained, devout scribe, known in Hebrew as a sofer. The sofer concentrates intensely and writes with special Hebrew characters in the writing style of Rabbi Isaac Luria.
A Mezuzah has 713 letters. Every letter has numerous laws pertaining to its form. In order for a Mezuzah to be written in accordance with all of the laws, it must meet thousands of requirements.
If even one of the Mezuzah’s 713 letters is missing, or shaped incorrectly, the Mezuzah is rendered invalid and the commandment is unfulfilled. Even the best scribe is human and subject to error. While some errors can be corrected in accordance with Jewish law, others cannot. Therefore, when a Mezuzah is purchased from a reputable seller, it is inspected by a second scribe before being sold.