Aventurine Hand Carved Gemstone Dragon
This Gemstone Dragon was hand carved in Brazil.
The Dragon is a old mystic Power Animal that symbolizes
Year of the Dragon
Many of us have been waiting for the year 2012 as a year of transformation and what better symbol for this that of the Dragon.
The Dragon also signifies Happiness, Joy and Success in any time .
Dragon is the creature of legend and myth. In the early China , power and emperor were represented by the celestial Dragon.
As I hold our Gemstone Dragons in my hand and connect with the sacret geometry of their form I do sense my inner strength in a joyful way . Bless the Dragon ! Dragon Chakra : Solar Plexis
This Dragon :
The Abundance Stone Aventurine is a member of the quartz family with green mica inclusions that give a green color.
Abundance is fully manifested by gratitude for what we have and by sharing with others.
Aventurine Chakra: Heart
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