Lotus Flower Pink/Red Heart/base Chakra Tealight Candle Holder
Lotus candlelight holder Capiz - shaded pink/red with silver trim edging -
*the colour of this flower has the red tips of the first photo but the base color isnt white as the first photo appears the base color looks more like the colors on the second photo both photos are of the same lotus but different angles*
If you are looking for a romantic and calming way of bringing candle light into your house then look no further. This shaded red Oyster shell tea light holder with silver edging, in a lotus flower design, is just what you need. Due to its size it will fit nearly everywhere and due its style this candle holder will suit nearly every taste
The Lotus symbolizes darkness into light, ignorance into insight and wisdom, towards peace and serenity, the symbolism derives from the fact that the lotus grows its roots in the dark dirt below, while the wonderful flower is always turned towards the light,
the lotus candle lights are symbols of these qualities
As the candle is sheltered inside the 3 layers of capiz shells it is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. It will burn itself out when using standard tea lights.
To clean the holder, just wipe it with a damp cloth.
Each candle holder has a diameter of approximately 13.5 cm (5.5 inch) and weighs approximately 50 grams (100 grams including packaging).
Product does not include the actual candle/tealight.
the warm light of a lotus candlelight tea light invites pleasant feelings and offers healing effects.
this flower is pink and red which can symbolize both the root base chakra and heart, a great tool for chakra meditations see your chakras clearing, envisage the candle flame burning away any blocked energy
this flower is sure to look pretty anywhere and brighten up any space
can be used as a extra lotus flower for our lotus trees click here to view
The Lotus symbolises also the 7 energy centres in the human body, the chakras.
About Capiz Shells:
Capiz shells are actually the outer shells of a marine mollusc, whose scientific name is placuna placenta, more commonly known as "windowpane oyster". Philippine Capiz shells are so named because they were originally harvested from the shallow coastal waters near the town of Capiz, on the island of Panay. Once cleaned, the shells are naturally translucent and, when painted, allow for a glorious interplay between light and colour.
Light a candle with attention and love, and let its light be for healing, for yourself, for someone in particular, and in general for all living beings
let your rainbow body shine!
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