Psyche Spirit Goddess Amulet (Nebula)
Manufacturer: Peter Stone Jewellery
Made from: Nebula (See below for more details)
Product Code: PTP3204
Dictionary Terms Explained
Psyche – spirit goddess
- Immortal, love
Psyche is known as the spirit goddess and appears in Greek and Roman mythology. The legend of Psyche and her love affair with Eros is well known and has formed the basis of many stories over the years. She is perhaps best know as being the goddess who was made immortal by Zeus, eventually getting the chance to live forever with her true love, Eros. Images of Psyche can help remind us of the power of true love.
- The New Silver
Peter Stone's exclusive Nebula Collection is a value-priced alternative to silver for the cost-conscious consumer. This patented new semi-precious metal is created to meet Peter Stone's high quality standards and each piece of the Nebula Collection is crafted with the same attention to detail as their silver jewellery line.
With the same highly-polished look as Sterling Silver, but at a considerably lower cost, Nebula helps to make Peter Stone's stunning designs more affordable and just as inspiring!
How it's Crafted
Nebula is a tin based semi-precious metal alloyed with other non-toxic metals, such as zinc, for incredible strength and luster. Nebula is nickel and lead free as well as hypo-allergenic. Each batch of molten metal is also blessed by 9 Thai Monks and charged with two key crystals. Earring hooks are made of sterling silver.
- Spiritual, feminine, re-connection
A goddess is a female being who's believed to be the source of life and being. Cultures worldwide worshipped goddesses from early times, although the Christianity movement in particular fazed it out. Today, however, there's a rising popularity in re-kindling connections with goddesses, especially from women who feel traditional religions lack the extra perspective and guidance they seek.
Celebrating goddesses offers a way of embracing and rediscovering female characteristics, of celebrating feminine abilities, thoughts and capabilities. It offers a form of spirituality that means something to women and celebrates their unique power and self-worth. Each goddess has her own characteristics and linking to the one that seems appropriate to you is said to help enhance those particularly qualities in your own life.
Examples of goddesses, their culture of origin, and their characteristics:
Aphrodite: Greek; pleasure, sensuality, love, passion
Artemis: Greek; nature, independence, courage, determination
Athena: Greek; intelligence, inner wisdom, art, creativity
Ceridwen: Celtic; abundance, death, rebirth
Diana: Roman; nature, independence, reaching goals
Freya: Norse; grounded, fertility, opportunities
Hathor: Egyptian; beauty, power, wisdom, abundance, fertility
Isis: Egyptian; mysticism, self-assurance, intuition
Kali: Hindu; courage, fearlessness, releasing negativity
Minerva: Roman; intelligence, wisdom, healing, intuition
Venus: Roman; love, growth, sexuality
White Buffalo Calf Woman: Native American; earth, dignity, grace, energy balance