The familiar logo of the V is now a symbol of success in the network marketing business. Capturing the essence of this emblem into a graceful piece of sterling silver jewellery, the V Chi Pendant encases technically engineered natural minerals which have been structurally bonded in glass at a molecular level, using high heat fusion methods. This combination of minerals and fusion techniques creates a unique and positive energy field on the pendant that makes it a true work of art combining modern elegance with unique wellness benefits.
In the hustle of a world that is becoming faster, smaller and busier, it is not uncommon for people to find themselves run down and tired. But there’s no time to stop and relax… there’s too much to do! And all the electronic pollution emitted from the many gadgets, vehicles and technological advancements we use to ‘get everything done quicker’ further drains what little energy we have left. These are the realities of the life we live and world we live in.
To combat depleted energy levels without adding to the already busy schedule of your day, the V Chi Pendent is a way to provide continuous protection from the effects of a busy and stressful world, a way to recharge your batteries, and importantly, a way to allow you to get on with life with a bounce in your step.
The V Chi Pendant is an advanced, mineral-based pendant made from high-temperature nano-engineered glass that has a positive energy field. Wearing the V Chi Pendant makes you feel balanced and harmonised.
As well as improving your harmony and energy levels, the V Chi Pendant also protects you from the electromagnetic fields in your environment. Tests have shown that the V Chi Pendant is able to neutralise the negative effects of electro-smog (e-smog), which is the result of electromagnetic fields created by electronic equipment such as mobile phones, computers, microwave ovens, lightings, air-conditioners, etc.
Feel refreshed and rejuvenated
Improve your harmony and energy levels
Protect yourself from the negative effects of electromagnetic fields (e-smog)
Silver 925/- with rhodium plating
Himalayan Crystal with 'lens cut'
* Complimentary rubber cord with silver rhodium-plated clasp
Those involved in the study of crystals believe that crystals can assist in conducting and transferring energy to the user, and also contribute to an increase and balance in people’s energy levels.
From the sacred tops of the highest mountains in the world, the Himalayan Crystal is credited with possessing the highest and most rare form of this energy-conducting ability. The ancient origins and delicate, laborious hand excavation of the Himalayan Crystal ensures it is forever cherished as an exceptional ‘master’ of the crystal family and saved for precious and romantic purposes.
According to literature by crystal experts, the Himalayan Crystal amplifies energy, possesses a high-energy vibration, and is much sought after by many crystal lovers as the most versatile ‘well-being’ crystal in the mineral kingdom.
Renowned for their beauty, healing properties, and ability to store information, the versatility of crystals is widespread and well known. From exquisite ornaments placed around the home and office to aid in purifying the room’s energy, to being used in crystallography as an aid to natural healing, to being utilised by the technology industry for LCD monitors and watch movement mechanics; crystals can be considered one of nature’s many amazing miracles.
Of the many hundreds of types of crystals, there is one crystal that is held above all others for its superior abilities and properties. Those immersed in the study of crystals comment that the Himalayan Crystal is somewhat the ‘master’ of all crystals. For those who utilise crystals in the art of crystal healing, the Himalayan Crystal is considered the ultimate crystal for use in their practices.
From where do Himalayan Crystals originate?
As their name suggests, Himalayan Crystals are found in the Himalayan Mountain Ranges. Some of the most precious Himalayan Crystals are found in Nepal, an area that is known to be the source of many natural, medicinal offerings, such as plants, herbs and crystals. The Himalayan Ranges are considered sacred due to being closest to the celestial bodies, and the crystals are found 3,000 metres above sea level. As global warming takes hold, the ice caps of these mountains have been slowly melting, allowing the discovery of these pristine crystals.
Why are these crystals so special?
It has been found that crystals naturally absorb energy from nature. Himalayan Crystals have been exposed to more than 200 million years of natural energy, buried deep within the Himalayan Ranges. This means they have enhanced natural energy over other crystals. Each crystal is hand mined from the Earth’s embrace and carefully carried on a dangerous seven-day trek down the mountain; they are cherished crystals. According to literature by crystal experts, the Himalayan Crystal amplifies energy and possesses a high-energy vibration. For these reasons, crystal lovers regard the Himalayan Crystal as the most versatile ‘well-being’ crystal in the mineral kingdom.
What is crystal healing?
While some consider crystal healing to be ‘new age’, the question begs to be asked: “How can something that has been known and used almost since the dawn of time be considered ‘new age’?” Centuries before technology and industrialisation, human beings relied on the abundance of the Earth to provide them with everything they needed – food, shelter, medicine and water. Crystals, in particular, were used to increase and harmonise energy levels, which in turn helped to equip and strengthen the body. Over the centuries, humans have synthesised the healing process to the point where the natural remedies that worked for centuries are now viewed as somewhat inferior to chemical-based and technology-based medicines and antibiotics. While an increase in disease and illnesses in response to a modern world has created a necessity for modern medicine and techniques, it is still important to remember the healing power of the Earth. This is the underlying principle of crystal healing and other natural remedies, which should be used in conjunction with, but not as an alternative to, modern medicine.
Energy Test Results
Scientific tests* conducted on the Himalayan Crystal Collection™ have revealed that the energy content of the collection is ‘very good’. For example, upon wearing the Himalayan Crystal Love Pendant, the wearers experienced an average 21 per cent increase in their energy and harmony total balance. Similar results were reflected when other pieces within the Himalayan Crystal Collection™ were worn during the tests.
The energy levels of the Himalayan Crystal Collection™ and their effects on humans have been tested and certified by Dr med. Manfred Doepp, a respected member of the Board of the German Society for Energy and Information Medicine e.V., Stuttgart. Dr Doepp is also a reviewer of the following societies: International Society on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, International Society on Computer, Communication and Control Technologies.
*Results may vary between individuals.
Institute of Electrophotonic, Berlin
The Institute of Electrophotonic, European centre of EPC (GDV) – Technology, is engaged in the activity and the further development of the measuring method of Electro Photonic Captor (EPC) / Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV). Wadim Säidow, Head of the Institute, physicist and basic researcher, collaborates with the Technical University Berlin, the Charité Berlin, the REHA Clinique Berlin, the European University Potsdam, the Institute of Chemistry of the University Ljubljana, the Technical University St. Petersburg, the Lomonosov University Moscow, and other reputable institutions. Positive Influence Over Human Body and Water
The measurements conducted with the EPC (GDV) – Camera and the EPC (GDV) – Fifth Element show that the Himalayan Tri Angle Pendant has an energetic influence on water and a positive energetic regulating influence on the human body.
Dr med. Manfred Doepp, Germany
Dr med. Manfred Doepp is a member of the Board of the German Society for Energy and Information Medicine e.V., Stuttgart. He is also a reviewer of the International Society on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, as well as the International Society on Computer, Communication and Control Technologies.
Positive Energy Fields
PROGNOS™ machine tests show that Himalayan Tri Angle Pendant is able to improve energy and harmony and balancewhile also balancing the bodily autonomous systems suffering from stress. The test results have shown that the energy and harmony effects of the Himalayan Tri Angle Pendant compile a ‘total balance’.
With the proper care, precious jewellery should last for decades and remain a valuable possession. By taking good care and applying practical advice, you can safeguard your jewellery and ensure it stays with you forever.
Protect your jewellery from sharp blows, scratches, chemicals, sunlight and extreme temperatures. Store your jewellery in a soft-lined box or pouch. Try to keep your jewellery pieces apart, so that they don't rub against each other or get tangled up.
Wear jewellery for appropriate occasions. Avoid wearing rings when doing household chores or engaging in sporting activities. Stones can be knocked loose and jewellery may come in contact with abrasive elements, which discolour the metal.
Don't let your jewellery come into contact with nail polish removers, perfume or hairspray. This may discolour gold or make pearls turn yellow. Put jewellery on only after you have applied cosmetics or sprays.
Settings can become clogged with soap and hand cream. Take rings and bracelets off when washing your hands. When using a public lavatory, secure hand rings to your necklace or place them in a pouch inside your handbag or purse.
Heat and hot water can loosen jewellery settings in which an adhesive has been used. Pearl rings, earrings and pendants have this type of setting, so take extra care with them.
Never go swimming with your jewellery. Chlorine in swimming pools can cause extensive damage.
Clean your jewellery periodically. Use a soft toothbrush and warm soapy water to get into any difficult nooks and crannies. You can also purchase a professional jewellery cleaning product. Make sure to read the manufacturer's instructions.
Gold, Platinum and Silver Care Tips
Like all jewellery, gold should be periodically cleaned and checked for wear and breakage. You can clean it with warm, soapy water or let your jeweller repolish it.
Platinum jewellery should be cleaned using a prepackaged jewellery cleaner, or have it cleaned professionally by your jeweller. As with all precious jewellery, store pieces separately to avoid scratching.
Sterling silver will tarnish with time and wear. Polish it by rubbing or buffing with a soft cotton cloth or sunshine cloth. If you store your silver in a plastic bag with an interlocking seal, it will be less prone to becoming tarnished. Some silver jewellery pieces are coated with rhodium, which is designed to make it tarnish resistant. Clean rhodium-coated sterling silver with a soft polishing rag or a fine silver cleaner. Do not use silver dip as it may cause potential damage to the rhodium finish or any inlaid gemstone.
Diamond Care Tips
Many people think diamonds are indestructible, but special care is still required to protect them from loss or damage.
While they are resistant to heat, scratches and can be cut only by another diamond, strong impact against a diamond's girdle can cause chipping or abrasion.
Make sure your diamonds are safely secured in their settings, especially those with claw-set rings. Do not use soft metals like 24k gold. Jewellery with loose stones should be repaired by a jeweller before being worn again.
Diamonds scratch other jewellery, so keep them wrapped or store them separately, especially from other diamond jewellery.
Diamonds can be covered by a greasy film caused by dead skin, dust and grit. There are several ways to clean your diamonds, depending on the metal mount it is set in.
Most diamonds set in gold or platinum can be cleaned in a detergent bath consisting of warm water and a mild household detergent. Gently scrub with a soft, non-metallic brush and rinse in warm water. Wipe with a soft, lint-free cloth. Avoid using cleaning agents that contain abrasives, such as toothpaste.
Diamonds set in gold alloys with high karat (18k and above) will not be damaged by household chemicals. However, lower karat alloys (14k and below) are subject to stress corrosion by chlorine-based bleach and other cleaning chemicals. Avoid contact between these chemicals and your jewellery.
Ultrasonic cleaners perform the job with liquids, usually a mixture of ammonia and detergent. It is best to have a professional jeweller clean your diamonds, but for a quick homemade remedy, you can prepare a solution consisting of one-part ammonia to six-parts water.
Gemstone Care Tips
To minimise jewellery rubbing together, use a jewellery box with different compartments that are well-padded. Or, better still, keep them in their individual boxes.
Use a proper, manufactured solution to clean gemstones. Such products can be bought from most jewellery outlets. Hard stones such as diamonds, garnets, sapphires, rubies and amethysts can be dipped in a bowl of warm, soapy water and brushed with an old, soft toothbrush. Be careful not to poke under the gemstones as this may dislodge them from their setting. Amber can be cleaned in the same manner, as long as it is dried straight away. Some stones can be quite porous (such as pearls, jade, jet, lapis, emeralds, opal and turquoise), so they should not be dipped in water. Dipping can strip some of these stones of their oils.
Some stones are also damaged by sunlight. These include:
Amethyst: becomes paler. Ametrine: may change colour. Aquamarine: becomes paler. Aventurine: translucent types often lose colour. Beryl: brown or orange types may become pale pink. Citrine: may change colour. Kunzite: becomes pale or loses colour. Rose Quartz: becomes paler. Smoky Quartz: becomes paler.
Gemstones that are mounted on rings may become loose or rattle. If this occurs, visit your local jeweller before it's too late. It is much cheaper to have the prongs repaired than to replace a gemstone. Prongs are easily 're-tipped' by most jewellers in order to keep the stone secure.