I am in LOVE with my Yin Yang necklace from MAGNETIX. It has a soft black textile necklace, 1 magnet (polarity north,) and the Yin Yang pendant itself is a combination of stainless steel and cubic zirconia.
I think the necklace is really pretty and I love the 90s vibe! Being a child of the 90s I covered all of my school notebooks in Yin Yangs, and at the minute, the 90s is on trend! Although, I don't think a necklace like this would ever go out of fashion. The pendant has a really nice weight to it so I find it really comfortable to wear, and the textile necklace is really soft on my skin. It is also really long; I made a sliding knot so I can adjust the length easy. So, I can wear it longer, shorter, or even in a choker style depending on my preference that day.
The pendant has a nice weight to it so I find it really comfortable to wear, and the textile necklace is really soft on my skin. It is also really long; I made a sliding knot and can adjust the length easy. So, I can wear it longer, shorter, or even in a choker style depending on my preference that day.
In Chinese philosophy, the Yin Yang symbolises the collision of two opposing forces and represents the complementary and interconnected relationship the two can have together. Two opposing halves coming together to make a perfectly balanced whole.
I once read that the Yin Yang is a great metaphor for all existence, and I believe a great reminder to be grounded, well-rounded, fair and balanced in all aspects of our lives.
| MAGNETS: The Low Down |
‘Magnetix' specialise in Magnetic Jewellery and their aim is to help people look good and live well. They have a huge range to suit all different tastes and styles. They also offer wellbeing tips to help people take a holistic approach to improving their day to day life.
Magnetic therapy is not a new concept, it is well established and even dates all the way back to Egyptian times. Holistic and natural therapies are a great choice for some people, and magnetic therapy is one such alternative.
Magnets can be worn anywhere on the body, though putting them in jewellery is definitely the most attractive, (in our opinion.) The theory is that magnets placed on the body draw blood to that area, producing a calming effect on the muscles and tissues and creating a healing environment. The increased blood flow delivers more nutrients to the body and improves the removal of toxins
| MAGNETS: The Benefits |
Magnetic therapy claims to:
Help heal nervous tissue and bones.
Reduce lactic acid
| BE SENSIBLE! |
We are sure it goes without saying, however, please consult your GP beforehand before trying any type of alternative treatment to make sure it is the right treatment for you.