Sacred Stones Jewelry


Sacred Stones gemstone bracelets are beaded with authentic crystals or gemstones selected for the users specific personality, personal growth, and particular issues with which they may need assistance, and then blessed in sacred ritual.

Each Sacred Stones crystal gemstone bracelet (amulet) is named to honor a specific, sacred Spirit Helper whose mystical qualities and energies are vibrationally aligned to the gemstones and crystals used. Channeled by a gifted intuitive channeler, the Spirit Helper's mystical and magical abilities empower and enhance your Sacred Stones jewelry's power.


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About Sacred Stones Personal Growth Jewelry

Sacred Stones creator Connie Brisson

My story is really an 'old' story.

Long ago, the initial reason that ancient cultures valued and began wearing gemstones was that they could feel and see the powerful, healing and transformative energies of Mother Earth's crystals and gems.

They noticed that the energies of certain gemstones could help them with different things (turquoise protected them against many harmful energies, citrine attracted more abundance, carnelian gave courage and dispelled fear, garnet brought victory and amber absorbed toxins, to just name a few).

These gemstones became powerful helpers/amulets and, in an attempt to keep the gemstones close to their bodies, our ancestors came up with inventive ways of carrying them and these eventually became the templates of necklaces, bracelets, rings, and other jewelry.

I never wore a lot of gemstone jewelry before, but as I've come to know more about the world of Spirit, vibrations and the Law of Attraction, my love and appreciation for the power of crystals and gemstones has grown tremendously. Not only are they physically beautiful, once you understand what they do for you on a vibrational and spiritual level, you can see why everyone loves gemstone jewelry (whether they understand the deeper, subconscious, healing aspects or not). We are always attracted (unconsciously and consciously) to the things that can help us grow.

My love for crystals and gemstones began about nine years ago. I bought a gemstone bracelet from one of my teachers, Skye MacLachlan, and I just loved it. In fact, I wanted many, many more. So I went to a local gemstone store and bought a few different strands of beads, based on their metaphysical healing properties and what I was attracted to.

I made some beautiful bracelets and brought them all to an appointment I had with Skye, excited to hear her intuitive insights on each one. And as they say, the rest is history ?. Once I heard the amazing, different ways that each bracelet could help others change, I knew that making these bracelets was part of my purpose.

With Skye's deep knowledge of crystals and gemstones and her channeling abilities, she determined the mystical qualities each bracelet had, who it was meant to help, how it should be cleansed, the precise blessing process and who the powerful mystical Spirit Helper (goddess, god, angel, fairy, power animal) would be for the gemstone combination I had created.

Then I bought every book I could find on the gemstones and the different Spirit Helpers and, with all of this information woven together, I created detailed keepsake cards for each bracelet which describe the type of person the amulet can help, its mystical and healing qualities, and the complete cleansing process for the bracelet.

As time went by and I became more familiar with the gemstones, their energies and also with the Spirit Helpers' energies and messages, I began to add that new information to the cards. As I've grown and evolved, so have the bracelets, their meanings and their energies.

Being creative and mixing and matching the gemstone beads to make dynamic combinations (for the healing and mystical qualities, as well as the outward beauty of the bracelet) is something I just LOVE to do. I love beautiful things but I love them even more when they have a deep purpose.

And I really love that the Sacred Stones bracelets are intentionally programmed to break (absorbing and releasing your old, unhealthy energies) when they have made a 'breakthrough' for you. I know there is some irony in that, as usually when jewelry breaks it is a loss. But in this case, when the amulet breaks, it is a celebration - a sign that you've done some deep work and have made a significant breakthrough in your progress and journey. There is always a huge message from the Spirit world when the amulet breaks and you need to stop in that moment and hear what the message is.

I was speaking to a lady recently who has had many Sacred Stones bracelets and she told me a story of how her Ganesh bracelet broke on the last day of her completion of years of yoga training. (The Ganesh bracelet is all about helping people overcome obstacles and bringing their inner gifts and talents out into the world. What a confirmation!) In the meanwhile she is still wearing the Mary Magdalene bracelet (for 3 years!) and is excited to see what personal breakthrough its breaking will mark for her.

I've had bracelets that have lasted for years and one that only lasted a week (but the message that came when that bracelet broke was immense and intense). Each bracelet is carefully constructed so it's important that you know that the breakage isn't a workmanship issue. It's a sign of a 'breakthrough' and there is always a message for the Spirit world attached to when it breaks for you.

I think that the beauty of the amulet breaking is that it forces you to freeze frame a moment in your life to look/hear/feel a message that you might otherwise overlook. There is some message that Spirit wants you to 'get' and the bracelet helps you get it.

That is the beauty of wearing an amulet that has a purpose, that has a higher vibration. The gift just isn't in its physical beauty - but in its deeper spiritual beauty too. It's a reminder that you are a beautiful work in progress and you're never alone ...

All Images and Text Content Copyright of Sacred Stones Personal Growth Jewelry Ltd.; 2011

Quote of the Month

“We are our form and our formlessness. We are both visible and invisible, and we need to honor our totality, not just what we can see and touch.”
~ In Memory of Dr. Wayne W. Dyer