As a senior woman who has lived a full life, there’s a certain comfort I have always found in the small yet significant things. The little tokens of love from my grandchildren, the warm smile of my husband over a morning coffee, and even the quaint and sometimes eccentric pieces of jewelry that I’ve collected over the years. Recently, I found a particular kind of solace in a collection of jewelry I stumbled upon – the ‘Attract Protection’ collection by Buddha & Karma.
This collection is not just about the allure of beautifully crafted jewelry, but rather the promise of protection they carry within them. The first piece I bought was the Triple Protection Bracelet – a stunning piece made of Tiger’s Eye, Obsidian, and Hematite. Its claim of protection was what initially piqued my interest, but the beauty and craftsmanship of the bracelet is what truly won me over.
Before the bracelet, I was often consumed by worries and fears – a natural side effect of the many years I’ve spent on this Earth, I suppose. But after I started wearing the bracelet, I noticed a change. I felt a stronger sense of security, as if I was being enveloped by a soft, warm blanket of safety. The fears seemed to ebb away, replaced by a newfound confidence. And it was not just a psychological effect – I found myself avoiding accidents, like that one time I was just a step away from tripping over a rug. It was as if the bracelet was indeed providing me with an invisible shield of protection.
Next, I bought the Black Obsidian Talisman, a necklace that claimed to offer protection. I wore it around my neck, feeling the cool obsidian against my skin, and almost instantly, I felt a wave of tranquility wash over me. I was never one to believe in the supernatural, but the feeling of safety and protection I felt was real. It was as if I was being watched over by a guardian angel. I found myself navigating through my daily tasks with a sense of peace I hadn’t felt in years.
Another piece that I hold dear to my heart is the Tibetan Lucky Bracelet, a red string bracelet with a Buddhist lucky charm. The day I received it, I decided to wear it to my weekly book club meeting. As I shared my thoughts about the book we were discussing, I noticed that my words were met with more receptivity than usual. My friends even mentioned how they felt a positive energy around me. It was as if the bracelet was not just protecting me, but also spreading a protective aura around those I cared about.
The last piece I acquired was the Black Tourmaline Metatron’s Cube Orgonite Protection Necklace. The moment I put it on, I felt a sense of wholeness, as if all the protective energies from my other pieces were being amplified. I felt stronger, safer, and more secure than ever before.
These pieces of jewelry have brought untold amounts of safety into my life. They have changed not just my outlook on life, but also the way I interact with the world around me. I move with a certain confidence now, knowing that I carry with me a protective shield. It’s not just the physical safety, but the emotional security they offer that has made a significant difference. It’s like having a constant, tangible reminder of the protection that surrounds me.
In a world full of uncertainties, these pieces have provided me with a sense of control and assurance. They have been more than just jewelry to me. They’ve been my companions, my protectors, my lucky charms. In this stage of my life, as I look back and also look ahead, I feel a great sense of gratitude.
Hi there, I’m Mallory Miller, a proud Florida woman living and loving life in the Sunshine State with my husband of 50 years, Mike. I spent my career in journalism and public relations, uncovering stories and promoting causes close to my heart. Now, I’ve redirected my energy towards our joint venture: a website where we share our candid experiences and insights on the triumphs and challenges of senior living.
I believe in authenticity and strive to bring this to our audience through our site. The golden years should be just that – golden, and I’m committed to shedding light on the reality of it all: the beautiful, the difficult, and everything in between. From Jacksonville, where I was born and raised, to Sarasota, where we now reside, I aim to bring a slice of Florida and its vibrant senior life to our readers across the globe.