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Garnet & Snake Vertebrae

<> Totem Adornment<> Snake Medicine <> Kundalini <>

I chose to use Snake Vertebrae with Garnet to represent flexibility in mind and body, as well as deep healing and transformation. To honor sexuality, passion, vitality and the rising of Kundalini energy.

You can open the the Sacral chakra (Kundalini) with creative expression and by honoring your body. The energy of this chakra is feminine, passive, and lunar.

Red Garnet
Chakras - Base Chakra, Heart Chakra

Red Garnet represents love, sexuality, devotion, heat, vitality, understanding, vitality, honesty.

Garnet cleanses and re-energizes the Chakras. It revitalizes, purifies and balances energy, bringing serenity or passion as appropriate. Garnet balances the sex drive and alleviates emotional disharmony. It activates and strengthens the survival instinct, bringing courage and hope. Stimulates past-life recall. Sharpens perceptions of oneself and others. Garnet removes inhibitions and taboos. It opens the heart and bestows self-confidence.
Red Garnet controls anger, especially toward the self.

Garnet regenerates the body and stimulates the metabolism. It treats disorders of the spine and spinal fluid, bone, cellular structure and composition. Purifies the heart, lungs, blood and regenerates DNA. Garnet boosts the immune system and energy levels.

SNAKE is powerfully connected to life force and primal energy. In many cultures, it is revered as a powerful totem representing the source of life. When the snake spirit animal appears in your life, it likely means that healing opportunities, change, important transitions, and increased energy are manifesting.

In ancient traditions as well as modern times, snakes are symbols of healing powers and opportunities. In the Greek mythology, Aesclepius, the god of medicine, is featured with two snakes climbing up a rod; emphasizing the significance of the serpent and the shedding of skin as deeply symbolic of renewal and rejuvenation.