Meaning & colours of the serenity prayer bracelet

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Meaning & colours of the serenity prayer bracelet
Rose quartz symbolises warmth and love. (Getty Creative)

The serenity prayer bracelet is a beaded bracelet that is intended to give strength and guidance to those facing challenges. The bracelet is named after the serenity prayer stating "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference," by Reinhold Niebuhr. Each serenity prayer bracelet has a different meaning, according the colours of stones that are on the bracelet.

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Rose quartz

Rose quartz is a translucent light pink stone. This stone symbolises gentle warmth and love, and is thought to heal emotional wounds. Rose quartz also is believed to improve self love and unconditional love for others. Rose quartz also is a stone for Taurus and Libra.

Chrysocolla

Chrysocolla, also known as gem silica, is a solid light blue to bluish-green coloured stone, and is a member of the quartz family. The meaning behind this stone is that it brings good luck and attracts prosperity. The stone also is meant to stimulate the mind, while at the same time relaxing emotions.

Charoite

Charoite is another stone used in serenity bracelets, and ranges from a lavender-pink in colour to a deep purple. This stone stands for spirituality and aids in transformation. Charoite also is thought to provide a connection between the head and the heart.

Black onyx

Black onyx is a solid black stone that helps the wearer to become the master of their own fate. This stone also is used to deflect the negativity from others.

Aquamarine

Aquamarine is a bluish-green stone that is a member of the Feldspar family. Aquamarine is a stone for Scorpios and Geminis and helps bring about courage. This stone is thought to help fight depression and aid in helping one become more balanced.

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