For Reverence & Piety

Piety – a duty of respect… an act of reverence.

Works of piety are means of grace and sanctity, which are intimate and personal, such as reading, mindfulness, meditation and prayer…

Reverence and piety beads can be, and is, used by all religions and belief systems, but it is mostly designed in the context here for everyone looking for ways to reduce stress, enhance their meditative practice and balance of life – to calm the psyche, concentrate the mind, centre the being, express deep respect for someone or something, and show gratitude with clear thought and meaning.

The beads are also super helpful for marking personal affirmations to recoup feelings of courage, power and insight, to be worn throughout the day for inspiration, to maintain calm, and used as moment to moment reminders to refocus and bring your attention back to balance, centredness, love, peace or happiness during a challenging day.

What makes it so special is personalising each bead with an intention you want to experience or manifest at that point in time.

Some gemstones can be a powerful energy source, and when infused with your own specific intention, they can help promote feelings of support and serenity, bringing you to a place of inner power and peace.

Unfortunately the industry has a long list of gemstones that’s said to work with esoteric energy – but RDL chooses to keep point on gemstone science as it pertains to chemistry and selected only stones with high frequency, proven to assist as prescribed.

Gemstones best for beads during this practise are (try only to use white or clear):

  • Selenite
  • Apophyllite
  • Herkimer Diamonds 
  • Moldavite
  • Datolite
  • Stellar Beam Calcite
  • Elestial Quartz
  • Danburite
  • Scolecite
  • Kyanite
  • Libyan Desert Gold Tektite
  • Golden Herderite
  • White Cryolite
  • Rhodizite Crystals
  • Natrolite
  • White Heulandite
  • Anandalite
  • Benitoite
  • Scapolite
  • Owyhee Blue Opal
  • Lilac Kunzite
  • Calcite
  • Hawlite

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