Symbols have long been used to both convey meaning and represent
ideas. Shapes, whether drawn or solid, also have unique energies.
In Love and Light Healing channeled amulets (pendants) and jewellery
use a combination of crystals, shape and bail symbols to create
a vibration that is perfectly matched to you.
Cabochon and Amulet Shapes
The shape of the stone cabochons and amulets have their own meaning
and when combined, they unite to create a different vibration. Faceted
stones combine shape with the reflective properties of the crystal
to create a special vibration.
- Perfect Large Circle - symbolises the spirit in its original
form - the masculine sun or feminine earth etc
- Small Circle - The earth / moon and the forces of change and
- Pear - Feminine energy
- Inverted Pear (Love Shape) - Feminine energy in balance with
- Square - Steadfast and reliability. Organised protection. Solid
- Rectangle - Concentration on one thing alone is needed - prioritisation
- Diamond - protective force of the wind. The four stages of learning.
Symbol of life, eternal equality, unity, freedom from fear.
- Kite / Large Diamond - Same as Diamond - Heavy end up stands
for masculine energy, heavy point down stands for feminine energy.
- Vertically orientated oval - the feminine element.
- Horizontally orientated oval - Birth (both physical and to ideas
- Large Inverted Equilateral Triangle - trust in divine guidance
and the recognition of divine truth (which coexists with personal
- Small Inverted Equilateral Triangle - Inspiration and spiritualism.
Marks a person who can inspire others.
- Large Equilateral Triangle - Sign of Wisdom, inner knowledge,
equality, and sensitivity. All points of view are united in the
highest, divine point.
- Small Equilateral Triangle - power of creativity. Hidden talents
that are to be brought into life and developed.
Symbols of the Stone
These symbols (and others) are used to fine tune the pendant to
your vibration. The amulet's purpose includes providing the energies
and guideance to fulfill the combined message(s).
- Inverted Arrow - A spiritual person / spirit. Can also signify
- Inverted Arrow Intersecting Horizontal Line - The joy (power
of) necessary to heal any suffering.
- Double Inverted Arrow - Symbol of truth and creativity.
- 2 Inverted 'V's intersected by vertical line - Symbolises marriage
or a strong relationship (maybe either physical or spiritual)
- Vertical Line emanating from apex of Inverted 'V' - Spiritual
powers that express themselves in material objects (e.g. amulets)
- Double Inverted 'V' - the ambition and inner creativity required
to achieve goals (destiny)
- Vertical Line intersection two Horizontal Lines - the power
and energy required to develop and maintain both physical and
- Two Vertical Lines resting on the lower of two Vertical Lines
- the energies required to enable spirit to materialise and maintain
a physical body. Also represents someone who has, or is to, connected
to their "I AM" vibration.
- 3 Intersecting lines (six prong star) - a powerful personality
/ leader / magnetic aura
- 4 Intersecting Lines making a Star - the origin of inspiration,
your spirit, relationship to origin, or the destination of the
- Acute Angle that is crossed by a single Vertical Line - Its
time in the journey of life to shed old customs, beliefs and ideas
to enable the change necessary for the projects at hand.
- The check or tick mark stands for the need to try new experiences,
accepting the ideas of others, and trying new ideas to see how
they fit with your beliefs.
An exciting part of the process is that new symbols and their
meanings are regularly received and inscribed onto bails.
Reference: Symbols of Native America, Heike Owusu.