The Sekhmet Pendulum carries the Violet Spectrum of Light, this violet light is mature energy that can comese the “dying process”. This is similar to the coming of the fall equinox, just before winter, when we see the death of most plant life in the coming months. This signal of ending a cycle is essential in preparation for complete healing of the human consciousness.
The Violet Flame of St. Germain is also known for its purifying and deep cleaning abilities for the energy bodies. I believe this to be a strong similarity of the function of the Violet Spectrum.
The 5 rings around the middle of the Sekhmet Pendulum are a symbol of balance. The number 5 itself closely relates to the human experience. We have 5 fingers and toes, 5 appendages (if you include the head) and the number 5 tells us the importance of balance between material and spiritual aspects of your life. Five is also seen as movement and change in numerology.
This Pendulum is ideal for anyone looking for a great healing pendulum that is also capable at treating trauma stored in the subconscious and for releasing stored emotional energy.
1: Bair Wood(Out of stock)- The Bair tree is a much branched, thorny deciduous tree with a spreading crown, growing to a height of about 45 feet. It is a hardy species with its origin in India.Bair is one of those monumental trees that are unique to every historical Hindu temple. Ber fruits are offered to Lord Shiva, and in all Shiva temples, the fruit is given great importance, especially during Maha Shivaratri, the Hindu festival in honor of Lord Shiva.
2: Beech/Rosewood- Beech is a wood of femininity associated with elements of Air and Earth. Used in healing rituals but also love, friendship, peace, and romance spells. This wood is best for spiritual awakening and spiritual practices. Beech links us with past wisdom to provide answers in the present. The answers are already within; Beech can help you discover them. Rosewood's energy is primarily feminine, and focused on spiritual, intuitive health and beauty. Rosewood is motherly, spiritual, and nourishing. It lends a boost to intuitive thought and feeling, and is thus excellent in divination and scrying.
3: Himalayan Cedar- The cedar tree has been revered for its spiritual significance for thousands of years. Its wood was used for the doors of sacred temples and burned in cleansing ceremonies for purification. The tree was thought to house important gods and to be an entrance to higher realms.
4: Mahogany- Mahogany symbolizes strength and is known as a wood of protection—the legend is that it can even withstand lightning strikes. Spiritual growth and guidance are Mahogany's primary properties. It is an excellent wood for emotional and spiritual healing
5: Mango- Mango encourages us to remember and honor the happy moments of our childhood and in our life as a way to rejuvenate the soul. Mango signals a period of returning to our past to reconnect with friends, family and places. Mango trees are a symbol of love and happiness that possess the magical power to grant wishes.
6: Mulberry- The usage of this tree has made it popular, and that is why it has got so many legends attached to it. It has been the symbol of faith, wisdom, abundance, growth and death in many cultures. The Mulberry tree does not bud until all signs of frost are gone, and everything is dry. It is a patient tree; therefore, it signifies patience.
7: African Padauk- Lustrous orange-red wood, symbolizes power and strength, drawing from the element of fire, and is used for vitality and control yet with a constantly shifting, energy.Padauk wood favors those who are assertive, strong-willed, stubborn, duel-natured and with powerful magical skills. African Padauk makes a powerful Pendulum , where it energies are constantly changing and fluctuating, it gives an extra boost to all Pendulum skills and magical abilities, especially in Healing.
8: Yellow Pine- The pine tree represents rebirth and immortality and strength in adversity, overcoming hardships through optimism and inner strength. The tree itself seems to correspond to the element Fire because of the resin and its quickness to burn as well as its protective and transformative nature, though its scent is quite Earthy. The pines in Greece were consecrated to Rhea, which represented totality and contained pairs of opposites within, configuring itself as the androgyne from which the creation sprang.This evergreen tree is the symbol of immortality, so much so that its resin was used to purify, sterilize, and embalm things one wanted to preserve over time.
9: Rainbow Wood- RainbowWood is a composite that is made with multiple thin, dyed, layers of different wood that are laminated and pressed together under extreme pressure. This process creates a truely unique appearance when carved into a pendulum with a wood that is extremly durable. This wood is often used to make knife handles and kitchen utencils.
10: Rosewood- Rosewood has been used for a very long time in the treatment of ailments, both physical and spiritual.Associated with the heart chakra, rosewood is a compassionate and healing feminine energy; that doesn’t mean that it’s only for women.It just means it helps to accent the innate qualities of compassion and love within an individual. The feminine grace is enhanced when wearing rosewood, and intuitive health is also given a boost.
11: Walnut- The planetary correspondence for the walnut tree is the sun, which makes its element fire. Pendulums from the tree have this fiery, masculine energy, believed to have magical associations with fertility and high energy.
12: African Wenge- Favors those who are relaxed, level-headed, down to earth, witty, at peace and logical. Wenge wood possesses a very relaxed energy, encouraging slow, even thought. Being a Pendulum that is perfect for meditation, it is among the best when used in Divination, Charms and Dream Magic.
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