Skulls have more meaning than you think:
The cornerstone of Buddhist teachings and practice. All that exists is impermanent; nothing lasts. Impermanence is inescapable. Everything vanishes. Therefore there is nothing more important than continuing our path with diligence.
The skull is also a representation of mortality. At times, the skull is used as a symbol of toughness. It's also used to represent bravery as well as a life struggle. Skulls also give us a connection to the earth.
How Amethyst could help you?
Helps with grounding, tranquility, and calm. Helps rid of grief, despair, anger, or defeat. Help soothe emotional wounds and alleviate the pain that comes with emotional trauma.
- Black poly/cotton cording, adjustable sliding knot.
- Black anodized aluminum chain maille. Metal alloy raven skull.
- Includes anti-tarnish bag OR anti-tarnish tab (depends on supply)