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Designer Uses Tarot, Reiki to Get Inspiration for Her Work

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Celebs like Brie Larson approve of her metaphysical approach.

Jewelry designer Melinda Lee Holm uses metaphysical practices such as tarot and reiki when she designs pieces for her customers, among them actresses Brie Larson and Christina Hendricks, Vogue reports. Holm’s work (shown) includes pendants and bracelets and incorporates alchemical symbols, Herkimer diamonds and precious metals. Holm designed a bracelet for Larson using iolite, labradorite, rainbow moonstone and aquamarine. Larson said of the creation, “It’s for connection to the self, protection of individuality, and opening clear communication.”

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MLH SIGIL SUSPENDED PENDANT The MLH Sigil is a combination of two symbols – The Hierophant's staff and the alchemical symbol for fire. The Hierophant is the Divine Teacher of the Tarot, drawing down wisdom from the heavens to help guide souls on Earth. Fire is the element of action and intuition, related to the suit of wands in the Tarot. In this mark, these two energies come together to create the symbolic embodiment of the essence of Melinda Lee Holm's work. Intuitive action rooted in Divine wisdom. The MLH Sigil pendant is suspended in the center of a delicate 16 inch chain. Available in solid Sterling Silver or 14k Yellow Gold on 16 inch chain at melindaleeholm.com/shop. #MLH #melindaleeholm #goldjewelry #silverjewelry #finejewelry #metaphysical #magic #madeinla

A photo posted by Melinda Lee Holm (@melindaleeholm) on Aug 22, 2016 at 8:47am PDT

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