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05 * Xyluriz * light-yellow

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CHF 58.00


The Xyluriz consists of two circles; symbolizing unity, infinity, recurring cycles and progress as well. Therefore, each Xyluriz represents a three-dimensional symbol for infinity: be it in macrocosms and microcosm. Its shape, resembling to a wheel, induces that this pendant might help to straighten out things and getting things going: be it to advance a little bit faster, be it to bring on stream unsolved topics: >release and let loose.

Placed on to the body, the subtle energy of a Xyluriz can help to release even ancient energetic blockages. Figuratively speaking, you can imagine that the Xyluriz "disappears" into the body; it "dives" into the problem, "pulls" it out and allows you to understand the cause of the problem.

Another interesting feature that distinguishes the Xyluriz: Even though it is a relatively small pendant, it has the potential to protect the wearer against unwanted external influences; a feeling of safety and security is perceived by many people in a short time.

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Apart from the basic properties already mentioned, the light-yellow Xyluriz can be supportive in the following situations:


  • for the redemption of existential fears
  • if I am shy and "hide" myself
  • to connect with nature spirits (elves, devas, etc.)
  • to get access to the collective knowledge (Akasha chronicle)
  • to bring more fun into the seriousness of life

We have published detailed information about the potential of this color frequency under this link. And via the next link you will find information about the chakra assignment as well as the effect on body and mind and on diseases that can be treated with this color frequency.

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Material: pure crystalline silicon, size: Ø 25mm x 6mm, available in 15 different colors

Each Xyluriz is individually handmade by employees of a small renowned glassworks in Bavaria.