Wellspring of Light and Truth - Lapis Lazuli, Gemstone and Sterling Silver Pendulum

Included with this pendulum:
Drawstring pouch, giftbox with embossed AYP logo, gemstone energy information, pendulum care and energy cleansing instructions, reusable polishing cloth, and a "How to use a pendulum" bookmark.


  • There is a Wellspring of Light and Truth within each of us and accessing it may be as easy as picking up a pendulum. A "wellspring" is defined as an original and bountiful source and that's what I had in mind when creating this design. In my mind's sometimes-playful eye, the notion of tapping into one's personal "wellspring" (aka, intuition), suggested an actual coil "spring" surrounding a stack of ascending light waves that represent the body's seven major chakras.

    The "Truth" part of the design's metaphor is in the weight-stone, a lovely, big blue Lapis Lazuli (which resonates with the fifth and sixth chakras - centers for truth and intuition) orb, mounted top and bottom with sleek, polished sterling silver caps. Orbs are a great choice for beginners because they're not coy or hesitant in their action. If you're looking for the best way to experience the energy of your pendulum's natural stone, the orb shape provides optimal benefit. This shape - the sphere - both receives and transmits energy. Hold a gemstone orb in your hand and it will receive your energy, transmute it (based on the gemstone's energetic properties) and offer it back to you in a transformed state. These Lapis Lazuli orbs are a lovely true blue with modest amounts of natural inclusions of pyrite (silvery/gold glints) and calcite (white and/or grey clouds or streaks).

    The "Light" part of the metaphor for this design is in its unusual fob (holding piece). I created a column of 7 semi-precious gemstones on a single axis and then surrounded it with a coil of beautiful, energetic sterling silver. Inside this helical cage are seven pretty stones, each representing one of the seven main chakras: amethyst (crown), lapis lazuli (brow), aquamarine (throat), peridot (heart), citrine (solar plexus), carnelian (navel), and garnet (base). A spiral is a symbol for movement, progress, healing, direction, momentum, centering, expansion, awareness, connection, and cosmic energy.

    The sterling silver chain is adorned with six sterling beads and is detachable at each end by way of a lobster claw clasp, so that both the spiral fob and the weight-stone orb can be worn separately as pendants.
  • Measurements - Overall length of pendulum is 8". The detachable sterling silver chain is is 5" (including both clasps). Weight-stone measures 1". Fob measures 1 1/2". All measurements are approximate.

    The length of this pendulum is designed for optimal swing and wearability, however, if you prefer, you can order with a longer chain - up to 4 additional inches (see "Chain Length" option box). Additional length adds extra sterling links to the chain, but the number of beads is unchanged.

    All metal parts (chain, clasp, fob, mountings, and connectors) are sterling silver. All stones are genuine. Please note: As these are natural stones, depth of color, size, and patterns in each stone may vary slightly.
  • How to wear this pendulum: This pendulum's chain has a clasp that allows you to detach both the weight-stone and the fob so you can wear either as a pendant - simply by slipping it onto your own neck chain or satin cord. Or you can wear the whole pendulum by using a pendulum-to-pendant adapter, or simply by threading a neck chain or cord through one of the links in the pendulum's chain and letting both ends dangle. (Adapter and neck chain sold separately - see related items below.)

    Sterling Silver - This pendulum is made with sterling silver and contains no base metal parts. Sterling silver is a beautiful and durable alloy of 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metal, usually copper. Pendulums made with sterling silver are more sensitive to subtle energy vibrations than those that are constructed with base metals (alloys that use nickle, zinc, lead, and/or tin).

    Caring for your sterling silver - If worn or used much, sterling will eventually oxidize and develop a lovely patina - a nice warm glow accentuated by darkened (tarnished) areas. You can either leave it this way, or if you prefer a bright and shiny surface, gently polish with a treated cloth to remove the oxidation. Never use abrasive cleansers or expose to salts. Store in a cool dry place.


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