Blue Dragonfly Pendant - Emits powerful life-force energies
Emits Powerful Life-Force (Elemental )Energies
Some say it is a dragonfly, and some say it is a fairy or angel. Regardless, this stunning metaphysical piece emits the hidden elemental energies believed to perpetuate the mechanics of nature and life itself. If you need an energy boost, this is the piece for you.
You've actually seen these legendary energies, often called fairies, angels or elementals ... in a bright flicker on wet leaves in the sun, in the afterglow you see from a bright beautiful day when you close your eyes, in the smell of a warm flowery breeze on a summer day. Its just a matter of knowing what they are..
This pendant captures all those things and emits a stunning field of magical energy that affects all those around it. People just stare and stare.
Size: 1.75" x 1.75"
Hand made with loving care. Chakra balanced and energy enhanced by the artist. Fired resinated glass, opal, metallic print on stainless. Artentium silver bale. Price is for the pendant only. Chains are sold separately.
From The Enchanted Forest
The blue dragonfly is found within the enchanted forest which is a common theme within energy artist Julia's new line of work. The enchanted forest is a place we visit in our dreams and legends, a real world created from our collective subconscious where mysteries are unraveled and blessings are received. It is born of our hopes and desires, a physical manifestation of that deep well of creativity from which each of us may draw in limitless abundance. It is the form in which often that magical pool of metaphysical energy chooses to reveal itself to us. Let your mind float out into the forest and discover the truths that once eluded you.
About The Artist
A prodigy artist from a young age, Julia Watkins is best known as the founder of the Energism Art Movement, a style of art and concept where artists created art designed to help one connect to positive metaphysical energy and achieve higher levels of consciousness through art. Her paintings are in the collections of Deepak Chopra, Carnegie Mellon and Children's hospital.