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The Dragon has been well respected in many cultures and is either honored or greatly feared. The Dragon is one of the most powerful totems. Dragon...View full product details
The throat chakra (5th – Vishuddha) is the centre for communication and self-expression. Found at the base of the neck with a light blue color,...View full product details
The heart chakra is located at the body’s heart center, and extends throughout the arms and hands. The heart chakra is associated with affinity, unity,...View full product details
have been apart of African culture since the 15th centuries. They are worn as a symbolic expression for: womanhood, femininity, fertility, spirituality, protection, seduction, confidence, sexuality, intimacy, status, wealth, celebration and so much more! While some waist beads have energy crystals the main healing is through women embracing and celebrating themselves no matter the size. Healing starts with self-love. There are so many traditions and reasons waist beads are worn.
Waist Beads help women embrace and honor their sexuality. They make women feel beautiful and help with a positive body image, self-love and acceptance.
Waist beads are also worn for seduction and can provoke desire. Wives would often lure their husbands with the rattle of beads or use them as a means to communicate their fertility at certain times of the month.
The practice of wearing several waist beads over time will help to keep the waist small and accentuate the hips. They can be a good tool to measure weight gain and loss.
Throughout several countries in Africa, waist beads have been used to adorn girls in celebration of how they have matured. Traditionally, mothers adorned their daughters with waist beads during their first menstruation as a rise of passage into womanhood.
Waist Beads tell the story of our womb. They remind us that our curves and everything within our belly is what makes us women.