This Energy Muse piece represents the energy of the Mother Goddess. A goddess, and a mother, is a woman who is adored, loved and admired. Women are the wisdom keepers, nurturers and holders of the energy of the divine feminine. Mother Goddess honors the mommies to be—mothers and women without children who embrace a mothering influence to others. Everyone loves to be held, to feel safe and to be nurtured. Women hold the gift of infinite love within their hearts and at any moment, they have the opportunity to share this love with others. Our Mother Goddess piece can be worn as both a necklace and as a triple-wrap style bracelet.
Rainbow Moonstone is a healing gemstone, directly aligned with the energy of the moon. The moon holds a feminine energy, its’ presence illuminating the night sky. It is believed to be a highly sacred and protective stone that is worn to increase fertility, aligning hormone production and the reproductive system. For women, it brings forth your feminine power and strengthens your connection to your inner goddess. Often referred to as the gemstone of destiny, this crystal assists in opening doors to new opportunities. Moonstones are considered to be very lucky and bestow blessings upon the wearer. The Mother Child pendant represents the powerful bond between a mother and child that lasts a lifetime. Wear Mother Goddess when you want to connect with all the special gifts that reside within you; the ones that make you a unique and beautiful woman.
Affirmation: As I nurture and show compassion towards myself, I do the same for others.
Size: 32" in length. Made with 4mm Faceted Rondelle Moonstones, a silver-plated charm, sterling silver spacer beads, and a leather wrap.
In the Mother Goddess photos above, model and supermom, Molly Sims, is shown wearing her Mother Goddess piece with her Fertility bracelet and Motherhood Bracelet. Learn more about crystals for fertility and pregnancy, and our co-founder's own pregnancy journey, in Heather's blog post, Crystals for Fertility.
Photo credits: Just Jared, Getty Images, David Mushegain and Molly Sims