Shamballa bracelets originate from jewelry store owner Mads Kornerup when he opened up his Paris shop, selling Tibetan and Indian inspired jewelry. The Shamballa jewellery, specifically the Shamballa bracelets, are supposed to be an extension of a person's self and personality, lessons that can be learned through yoga and meditation. Each Shamballa bead symbolizes some sort of harmony, enlightenment and celestial philosophy, connecting the individual to the creative forces of the universe. These bracelets are sometimes spelled Shambhala after ancient Buddhist traditions, but whether you appreciate the ideals of Western philosophy or just love the design of these bracelets, Shamballa macrame bracelets are a stunning new jewelry style that we recommend to any man or woman.
The vibrant colors of Shamballa bracelets are sometimes made with stunning Austrian crystals, like the fabulous white Shamballa style bracelet. Other Shamballa inspired bracelets use shell pearls, Hematite beads, or beads like Agate and Tigers Eye. There are also Shamballa inspired sideways cross bracelets.
Many people wonder how to make a Shamballa bracelet. Each bead is braided into the black, red, or pink strings of the adjustable bracelet to create an eye catching style that can be worn to any formal or casual event. Real Shamballa bracelets come with a hefty price tag, but for a cheap Shamballa bracelet alternative, you can sport your Shamballa style bracelet from EvesAddiction.com, along with a large selection of other designer inspired jewelry and sparkle like the celebrities!