Mercury in Retrograde essentially means that from the Earth's perspective the planet Mercury appears to travel backwards through the night sky with respect to the zodiac. This is an optical illusion due to the way Earth's orbit interacts with Mercury's.
According to astrologers, Mercury rules communication, travel, and electronics. When Mercury is in Retrograde there tends to be a bit of chaos around these things—difficulties among staffers at the office, flight delays, lost reservations, issues with automobiles, and crashing computers and phones have all been attributed to this phenomenon.
Mercury Retrograde can either be a cause for panic OR an opportunity for shifting the way you choose to interpret challenges.
Can you see all challenges as an opportunity for your own personal growth as a human and spiritual being?Is it possible that Mercury goes Retrograde to help us practice being our highest self?
We don't want you to see Mercury Retrograde as something to dread. And our kit will continue to support you—because what will come up can be challenging—but it's growth knocking at your door asking you to be silent, to connect with what's happening around you and to your higher self.
Couldn't we all use just a little more of this?
As you wear the necklace and touch its gemstones, may it be a reminder that inside every potential crisis is a lesson, a truth, waiting to be discovered. And as you place your necklace on the Selenite charging plate, name what you are releasing, and the Selenite will support you.
- Seven 6mm faceted round Black Tourmaline gemstone beads,bookended by tiny raw brass heishi beads
- Strung on black Mighty Miracle Cord
- Triangular Selenite "recharging" stone
- A stamped muslin bag for safe keeping
- FSC Certified Card
- Necklace comes in one length, 16" with a sterling silver extender allowing it to be worn up to 18"
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