Lava Cross Necklace

Truly here size does not matter. BuDhaGirl’s exquisite miniature black resin cross is so beautifully modern. This classic Latin cross is a diminutive representation of love, forgiveness, strength and faith. Hanging from a black matte pixie-like chain, our Lava Cross necklace is finished with an ever-so-small hand made cotton tassel. This necklace is a tiny iconic conversation starter.

The Lava Cross necklace is part of BuDhaGirl RED. Hand finished in the US by really nice people with very small hands.

Measures 16"

The cross-shaped sign, represented in its simplest form by a crossing of two lines at right angles, greatly predates the introduction of Christianity, in both East and West. It goes back to a very remote period of human civilization. It is supposed to have been used not just for its ornamental value, but also with religious significance. It may have represented the apparatus used in kindling fire, and thus as the symbol of sacred fire or as a symbol of the sun, denoting its daily rotation. It has also been interpreted as the mystic representation of lightning or of the god of the tempest, or the emblem of the Aryan pantheon and the primitive Aryan civilization.

In contemporary Christianity, the cross is a symbol of the atonement and reminds Christians of God's love in sacrificing his own son for humanity. It represents Jesus' victory over sin and death, since it is believed that through his death and resurrection he conquered death itself. See Colossians 2:15, "Having disarmed the powers and authorities, he made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them by the cross".

Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, members of the major branches of Lutheranism, some Anglicans, and other Christians often make the Sign of the Cross upon themselves. This was already a common Christian practice in the time of Tertullian.

The Feast of the Cross is an important Christian feast. One of the twelve Great Feasts in Eastern Orthodoxy is the Exaltation of the Cross on September 14, which commemorates the consecration of the basilica on the site where the original cross of Jesus was reportedly discovered in 326 by Helena of Constantinople, mother of Constantine the Great. The Catholic Church celebrates the feast on the same day and under the same name (In Exaltatione Sanctae Crucis), though in English it has been called the feast of the Triumph of the Cross.

Mindful Glamour Ritual:  Pause. Breathe. Fill you heart with love, forgiveness, and strength. Have faith that today will be a great day.  Then…Go. Be it.

Thought: “The cross is God's way of taking away all of our accusations, excuses, and arguments.” Rob Bell

$36.00

Lava Cross Necklace

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