Man’s lava stone essential oil choker

The lagom style masculine chocker is 18 inch necklace of handsome. He will love this essential oil diffuser necklace, just rub a drop or two on the four frontal lava beads and he will enjoy the aromatherapy all day. The toggle is easy on sterling silver roped style, quick and easy but will keep the choker in place and centered.

Suggested metaphysical properties:

This green agate center stone is also suggested to be wonderful for connecting with nature spirits and the Earth. This can be a blessing to those who find themselves feeling disconnected or otherwise out of sorts. Smokey quartz can help to lessen depression and mend emotional wounds by allowing the owner to see the meaning for certain events in life. Meditation with quartz can aid in the release of unhealthy patterns of behavior. Wearing this choker can be be helpful in making room for new ways of thinking that lead to a more complete life.

What’s in the name?

The Vannama is the recital of a poem with a story line interpreted in a certain mood (rasaya) or expression of sentiment Eighteen of these principal Vannams were composed by and old sage named Ganithalankara, with the help of a Buddhist priest from Kandy temple. The Ves Natuma—This traditional Kandy dance is the most important of all the dances. The dress is highly ornate and symbolizes the rays of the sun. The dance takes years of practice to perfect.

This art of Kandyan dance, the Vannam are a body of constituent solo dancers, each expressing a dominant idea. A late development obviously in the story of the Kandyan Dance, the original and later composers of the Vannam have given us in this assorted collection of solo dances, a varied fare drawing sustenance from the material round about the Kandyan country. Covering a wide field of culture and a variety of themes are artistically presented in song and dance.

The naturalism in art characteristic of the Kandyan period was a stimulus to the lyrical impulse, expressed in a whole series of dance compositions, deriving inspiration from nature, from history, legend, folk art, folk religion and the sacred lore.

The Vannama dance tradition has seven components:

  1. ‘thanama’ singing a note of the melody to each syllable.
  2. ‘thitha’ the beat indicated with cymbals giving a rhythmic timing,
  3. ‘kaviya’ the poem vocalized by the dancer
  4. ‘bera-matraya’ rhythm of the drum
  5. ‘kasthirama’ the finale of the first movement of the dance
  6. ‘seeru-maruwa’ the movement in preparation for ‘adawwa’
  7. ‘adawwa’ the finale of rhythmic body and foot movements which is the last establishment.