Pearls Ultra feminine
A pearl is a hard object produced within the soft tissue (specifically the mantle) of a living shelled mollusc. Just like the shell of a clam, a pearl is made up of calcium carbonate in minute crystalline form, which has been deposited in concentric layers. The ideal pearl is perfectly round and smooth, but many other shapes of pearls (baroque pearls) occur. The finest quality natural pearls have been highly valued as gemstones and objects of beauty for many centuries, and because of this, the word pearl has become a metaphor for something very rare, fine, admirable, and valuable.
The most valuable pearls occur spontaneously in the wild, but they are extremely rare. These wild pearls are referred to as natural pearls. Cultured or farmed pearls from pearl oysters and freshwater mussels make up the majority of those that are currently sold. Imitation pearls are also widely sold in inexpensive jewelry, but the quality of their iridescence is usually very poor, and often, artificial pearls are easily distinguished from genuine pearls. Pearls have been harvested and cultivated primarily for use in jewelry, but in the past they were also stitched onto lavish clothing. Pearls have also been crushed and used in cosmetics, medicines, and in paint formulations.
Whether wild or cultured, gem quality pearls are almost always nacreous and iridescent, as is the interior of the shell that produces them. However, almost all species of shelled molluscs are capable of producing pearls (formally referred to as "calcareous concretions" by some sources) of lesser shine or less spherical shape. Although these may also be legitimately referred to as "pearls" by gemological labs and also under U.S. Federal Trade Commission rules, and are formed in the same way, most of them have no value, except as curiosities.
These Moon and Water ruled "gems" enhance sincerely, truth and loyalty. They bring centering and a calming reflection, as well as attune the wearer to the ebb and flow of life. They are told to give purity, promote faith, charity and integrity, especially personal integrity. Due to its watery and lunar elements, it is quite balancing for the emotions, especially to water signs.
According to a legend, Pearl is formed from dew which is itself tears of the goddess of Love. Another legend says: once the god of subterranean empire has ordered to his citizens to bring him all known stones of different colors. He crushed them one-by-one, mixed them all together as he said: “Let's combine the beauty of all the stones together, to make a new stone - pure and invincible ". And so the diamond was born, - pure, as a dew, a stone of indestructible hardness, which contained all colors hidden in the sun rays. “It is the greatest stone of this Word, - said god - but for my queen I’ll create the greatest stone of the sea!” – and so he has created pearls. Pearl brings happiness, wisdom, wealth, promotes prosperity, saves from misfortune, protects youth, beauty and health, recuperates and heals a lot of diseases. It is a stone of Moon.
Pearls help one connect with the Goddess, the ultimate feminine energy. They are absorbing by nature and because of this they must be used with caution. If feeling excessively negative while wearing a pearl, it will hold that energy until it is worn again.
Pearl is a talisman of arts, inspiration and spiritual perfection. It is also a feminine talisman.
Being that a pearl is created by layer upon layer of substance produced to counteract irritation...it is very nurturing. If used properly, it can lessen stress and it's resulting maladies, such as hypertension, headaches, and exhaustion.
If using peals with other gemstones consider diamonds to amplify and purify, or emeralds to bring the negative energy out and disperse it. Cleanse often to allow to recharge.
It is told that drinking pearl water regularly over a long period of time will stabilize the production of hormones in the body.
Chronic headaches and migraines may be alleviated or completely cured by wearing a pearl necklace directly on the skin.
Pearls also help to reduce allergies. They are said to help in the treatment of stomachaches, colds, bronchitis and lung infections.
Element: Water, Akasha
Deities: Isis, Aphrodite, Freya, Venus, Lakshmi, Diana, Neptune, Poseidon, and all oceanic deities, though pearl is more specifically goddess-oriented; also associated with sky goddesses.
Associated Stone: Ruby
Associated Metal: Silver
Powers: Love, money, protection, luck
Pearls, just as amber, jet, fossils, mother of pearl, and other substances used in magic, is the product of a previously living creature. Some believe that due to the fact that the oyster must die to remove the pearl, that there is a heavy debt incurred by those who engage in trafficking pearls, as well as those who wear and use them. The choice is yours...you will know intuitively whether you can use them or not.
Pearls are intimately connected to the moon, so much so so that some will wear or use them only at night, during the moon's domain.
Pearls symbolize the best within us. Honesty, Purity , Wisdom and Integrity. They remind us to walk with Dignity. Have you ever seen a woman wearing Pearls acting in an undignified manner? Did you have the oddest feeling? That's because they just don't mix. Pearls not only provide a mirror in which to see ourselves, but give us insight into how we appear to others.
Pearls can stimulate your femininity and help with self acceptance. They lift your spirits and make you feel calm and beautiful. When have you not felt Ultra feminine when wearing pearls?
Benefits of wearing Pearl
Pearl is used to remove the evil effects of moon and in turn it strengthens the mind force and brings good sleep. Pearl is very useful for ladies as it increases their beauty and facial luster. It develops good harmony between husband and wife. Pearl in combination with Rudraksha helps to solve problems related to depression and pessimism. It inspires love and faith between the two partners. It also gives good memory and helps to cure insomnia, eye diseases uterine problems, heart problems, T.B., constipation, hysteria etc.
Pearls are organic gemstones that are vulnerable to acid, alkaline and different humidity levels. Perfume and hairspray, which contain alcohol and harmful acids, should be avoided on the areas where pearls are worn.
Perspiration can also harm the beauty of pearls, dulling their beautiful luster. Therefore, after wearing them, they should be wiped with a damp (not wet), soft cloth or a silicon cloth.
Be careful not to dip pearls in water or wear them while bathing, as water can weaken the silk thread. Do not leave them in direct sunlight or expose them to high temperatures. If pearls happen to come into contact with substances such as vinegar, fruit juices or detergents, immediately wipe that substance off.
Even though pearls are exceptionally cohesive and shock-resistant, they rank only 3.5 to 4.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, so they may get a scratch by contact with sharp objects or other gemstones.