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Elemental Fashion: Get “Fired” Up With Unique Jewelry

Jun 30, 2017 10:53PM ● By Deena Kloss

At the age of 19, Julie is already an experienced fashion model. The talented professional model, once scouted by Victoria’s Secret, has a very busy schedule. Besides modeling for various fashion companies, her daily training and workouts make her exhausted. Most of the time she is overwhelmed and wishes she could just sleep without doing anything.

One day, her mom, who is also her agent, told her that a company wanted to hire her to model Sara Yo healing jewelry and she had choices for compensation: cash or trading for jewelry pieces at a wholesale price. “I heard that Sara Yo healing jewelry might help you lift your energy level. You should consider a trade deal for the jewelry,” her mom advised her. Julie responded, “Really? I doubt that a piece of jewelry can help me.” However, she decided to try on the jewelry before making her decision.

Julie was very excited sitting in front of a table full of beautiful Sara Yo healing jewelry. The bracelet with blue square shaped stones first caught her eyes. “It is so unique and sparkling,” she said while she put the bracelet on her wrist. “Well, it is very beautiful, but I don’t feel anything.” After trying on a few other pieces, she reached out to a bracelet on the other side of the table. After a few minutes of holding the bracelet comprised of heart shaped Sara Yo healing stones, she jumped off her seat and said, “My God, I can’t believe it! I was so tired before and now I don’t feel tired anymore. It is so strange!”

Eventually, Julie, two other models and a photographer, all chose to receive Sara Yo healing jewelry over cash as compensation for their services (see pictures).

Many women like Julie feel more motivated and enthusiastic after wearing jewelry comprised of heart shaped Sara Yo stones. These stones were discovered (and named by) Dr. Hannah Hershoff, M.D. and Ph.D. in a remote area near her hometown in Southeast China. “These stones are made from the mineral Jingdezhen Kaolin formed over millions of years ago. Jingdezhen Kaolin mines have a long history and were reserved for royalty 2,000 years ago,” said Dr. Hershoff. After extensive research, Dr. Hershoff learned that local Kaolin has absorbed rich spiritual energy from the universe over the course of time. In addition, the unique process used in the creation of Sara Yo stones is based on a Chinese ancestral method involving local water, pine trees, and special kilns all contributing to the Five-Element energy.

This may or may not be the first time you have heard of Five-Element energy. But, it is important to know that this energy has been used in Chinese medicine to help people overcome illness and emotional issues for thousands of years. These five elements are Fire, Wood, Earth, Metal and Water and they are understood to be the five aggregates that comprise the world. Energy from the five elements embraces the energetic matrix of the universe and it is said to flow together within us to bring harmony and balance.

“The heart shaped Sara Yo stones predominately bring Fire energy,” Hannah said. According to literature, Fire energy is the energy of heat and it is Yang in nature. It is a strong, dominant element that fuels you with ambition, motivation and the ability to take action. “Many people like Julie become fired up and turn into go-getters after connecting with Fire energy from their heart shaped Sara Yo healing jewelry.”

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