Jade & Silver Chain Collar
Jade & Silver Chain Collar
This elegant Collar comes this a beautiful working stainless-steel lock and matching key. The key is attached to a stylish key chain.
Nephrite is one of the two forms of Jade; the other is Jadeite. Nephrite is a member of the Actinolite-Tremolite group and is a calcium magnesium iron silicate. It is comprised of densely woven, interlocking fibers that make it extremely tough to break, although it is a relatively soft mineral (only 6 - 6.5 on the Mohs scale), and can be easily scratched. Nephrite is more common than its brother, Jadeite, and less expensive.
Like all Jades, Nephrite is an abundance and prosperity stone. It can be kept in a cash register to increase business, or carried/worn to start a new enterprise. Nephrite is also an earth healing crystal and will bring abundance in the garden. It can be placed in and around the home to bring peace and harmony to all who reside there, and when placed near the Heart chakra, encourages unconditional love. A protective stone, Nephrite can be used to prevent accidents and other mishaps.
Physically, Nephrite Jade alleviates skin problems such as acne; assists the lymphatic system; helps with bladder and kidney problems, and eases the pain of arthritis and other joint illnesses, especially in the hips. Nephrite also helps with fluid retention, high blood pressure and imbalances in blood sugar levels.
Jade is the stone of calm in the midst of storm. Its action balances nerves and soothes cardiac rhythm. A piece of Jade kept in a pocket or on a pendant to stroke from time to time recharges energy, and traditionally guards against illness. Jade may also be used to temper the shock or fear of the very young or very old being cared for in the hospital or away from home and family.
Jade is excellent for healing feelings of guilt, and for extreme cases of defeatism. It also treats "pathological normality," an excessive desire to adapt oneself to a group, even if it is sect-like, exaggerated militarism, a follow-the-leader attitude, or the compulsive desire to give in to general opinion to belong no matter the cost.
As a travel stone, Green Jade prevents illness while on holiday, is beneficial for those traveling alone, and protects children and pets from straying or being hurt while on a journey. Green Jade also fosters chi, or Life Force energies, and is excellent for hiking, gardening or relaxing out of doors.
Green Jade is a crystal of love. It is supportive of new love, and increases trustworthiness and fidelity. It also inspires love later in life.
As a professional support stone, Jade aids doctors, nurses, veterinarians, and all healers in making practical diagnosis and in their applications. It is a support stone for educators, and Jade, carved in the form of a faith symbol, is uplifting to military personnel.
Jade pendants and necklaces protect against deception and authoritative abuse for financial or sexual gain. Jade signifies peace through strength, and is also helpful in homes or occupations that encounter bullying or intimidation from violent children or teens.
Jade honors Bona Dea, the Roman Earth Goddess of Fertility and the Greek Goddess of Women. She protects women through all of their changes, and is a skilled healer, particularly with herbs.
Jade honors Chalchiuhtlicue, the Aztec Water Goddess and Protector of Children. Her name means "Jade Skirt" or "Lady of Precious Green." She's the mother of lakes, streams, and rivers.
Jade honors Kuan-Yin, the Chinese Goddess of Mercy, Compassion, and Unconditional Love. She is the most beloved of the Chinese goddesses and is regarded by many as the protector of women and children, and champion of the unfortunate.
Jade honors Maat, the Egyptian Goddess of Justice. She represents the underlying holiness and unity of the Universe.
Jade honors the Moirae, the Three Goddesses of Fate. They appear three nights after a child's birth to figure out the course of the child's life, each having a different part to play in determining his fate.
Jade is also used to honor Brigit, the Irish Goddess of Fertility; Coatlicue, the Aztec Goddess of Life, Death, and Rebirth; Dione, the Phoenician Earth Goddess; Hine-Nui-Te-Po, the Polynesian Goddess of the Night; and Tara, the Buddhist "Savioress" Goddess.
Primary Chakras: Heart, Root
The collar is a symbol, it belongs to the Dominant but the submissive gets to wear it as a symbol of their ownership. It is usually the most important piece of jewelry worn on a daily basis. A collar for submissives is one of the most fundamental symbols of their relationship and one that is usually guarded and protected with their heart.That collar also works as a symbol of Dominance for the one who gave it, right? So, in effect, the collar works as a relationship symbol and not one side or the other. Ask any Dominant what the collar means, and it will mean ownership - to them.
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All of my Malas - Collars – Chokers – Key Holder Necklaces are made with Semi-precious stones, strong nylon threads, Nickle free chains, hand knotted and made with passion. My designs, and the materials used to create them, are meant for 24/7 wear, evening ware, meditation, mantra recitations and in some cases BDSM play. While all my metal materials are lead- and nickel-free, like all jewelry items even 24kt gold, will tarnish, corrode, and become damaged if they have contact with liquids or chemicals. My designs are meant for symbolic representation of your passionate lifestyles, relationships and connections to a higher state of mind. ∞
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