What are the Charm Bracelets?
Charm bracelets are wrist jewelry items with special jewels, markings, or decorative trinkets especially designed to bring you some personal value, mark a special occasion, or fulfill your beliefs.
Wearing the charm bracelets bring good luck according to some beliefs whereas other uses the personalized element in the charm bracelets to make the special day of a loved one memorable.
No matter how you perceive them, charm bracelets can make a perfect jewelry item just in their aesthetic value as well. So, a must-have for everyone!
Top charm bracelets from Yoga Mandala:
Here are the top charm bracelets from the Yoga Mandala:
This charm bracelet helps to balance the energy in your body. The symbolism here is the chakra used in the form of a bracelet to let you keep it along every time for keeping your chakras balanced.
Each of the stones used in the chakra has its special natural properties. You can expect positive changes in your life while wearing this 7 chakra tree of the life Charm bracelet.
This is a multiple-purpose bracelet. Along with the chakra, symbolism to manage your energy, this specific bracelet introduced by The Yoga Mandala has oil diffusing properties as well.
You can use your favorite essential oil to soothe your body. Chakra clearing and Reiki healing are the two major advantages of the seven Chakra bracelet. You can also use it as an aesthetic lava bead bracelet to give your personality a new touch.
The golden color of the elephant symbol with turquoise beads can bring calm and peace to your soul along with support to the diminishing population of the elephants.
The Hindu religion has specific attributes and miracles associated with elephants. It is believed to bring a good change in your life. You can buy the turquoise elephant bracelet charm here.
Intelligence, consistency, and beauty are the three things attributed to this bracelet. Turtles denote the mannerism and sophistication in the animals as they fully abide by the water currents and return to the shore when the waves of the sea want them to.
Moreover, the Save the Sea Turtle Bracelet is a reminder to save the ocean life and stop polluting the home to millions of different species living in the water.
For how long have Charm Bracelets been in use?
Charm bracelets are in use for thousands of years, and they extend beyond cultures and religion. The researchers have traced the history of these charm bracelets back to the Neolithic era (12000 years ago) when charm bracelets were used to ward off the evil eye.
In the Egyptian era (after 7000 years of the Neolithic era), these charms were used to bring good luck to the people. They were considered strong and the people were buried with charms for the afterlife2500 years ago, these charm bracelets were quite popular in Persian civilizations and were believed to have magical powers.
In the Roman Empire, the use of charms was for identification purposes. Christians wore charms to identify other Christians whereas Jews wrote Jewish laws and wear them as a necklace enclosed in a fish-shaped design.
The charms had also been used by the warriors for protection against the enemies in the middle Ages.
In the Victorian era, the queen used charm jewelry and charm bracelets as decorative pieces, and since then charm jewelry is being used by everyone irrespective of their beliefs.
Since World War 2, the use of charms has been done to memorize special events, places, and victories, and that has gone up further with branded shops like The Yoga Mandala bringing you some of the finest collections of these charms.
Types of Charms:
As the history of the charms indicates, they are not only associated with religious figures or for showing religious respect or solidarity rather there are multiple things involved. Here are the major types of charms divided based on their properties.
These charms have natural properties associated with them. When used in the bracelet, these charms can be a part of your personality and give you a driving force for your life.
Lucky symbol charm:
Some charms are specifically known as the lucky symbol. Hamsa hand, tree of life, and eye of Horus, horseshow are some of the symbols that are specifically used in jewelry, including bracelets for this purpose, forming the charm bracelets.
You would have seen airplanes, globes, compasses, etc. in the bracelets. These bracelets signify the hobby charm. Mostly such charms are worn by people who are obsessed with a particular hobby or passion.
The use of crosses in Christianity and elephant in Hinduism are the two most common examples of religious charm. Needless to say, people wearing them believe that these charms will benefit them and keep the evil spirits off.
Bracelets with names scripted, dates mentioned, and pictures are examples of relationship charms. These symbols highlight the importance of a particular person, date, or event in life, and these are used as a means of showing love.