Sometimes life throws us curve balls and sometimes the curve balls are hard. Most of you know something about my life, it has not been the easiest and I sure do go through the lows and highs of life and it can be hard to find that balance in my life that I really need. I was asked to review this wonderful bracelet called the Lokai Bracelet.This bracelet is infused with elements from the highest and lowest points on Earth.
The lokai bracelet was developed by Steven Izen after his grandfather was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease and he needed something to put his life back in balance. He realized that people need to be humble through the highs in life as well as hopeful through the lows.
It took him three years of research and development to come up with the lokai bracelet, which brings the sense of balance he was looking for into physical form. The lokai bracelet is infused with elements taken from the highest points and lowest points on Earth. It has water from Mt. Everest on a white bead, and mud from the Dead Sea on a black bead. The two beads are connected on opposite ends of the bracelet by a string of clear, pearly beads. Also, the water and mud materials are infused into the silicone of the bracelet itself.
Wear lokai to remember that life sees many altering moments – it’s how you process them that matters most. Wear it as a reminder that your path is yours alone. I really appreciate the bracelet’s symbolism and the story behind it.
I love my Lokai bracelet. It is my constant reminder that in my life’s journey, there will always be bumps along the way. And it is through these bumps that I realize that I should make every minute of the journey enjoyable, to appreciate everyone who’s with me~my family. A reminder to not lose hope during the times of trouble and to stay grounded during success.
Now if you would like to have one of these beautiful bracelet on your own you can visit the Lokai website HERE
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