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Glam Up Your Look with the Perfect Blend of Ethnic and Modern Look of Shamballa Style Jewelry

October 24th, 2011 by

“Everything is Illuminated”

Shamballa Style Bracelets
Shamballa Style Bracelets

The propagation of religious symbolism through tangible sources has been around for at least 5,000 years.  The ancient Egyptians had the Ankh, which was their symbol for eternal life and creation.  In Hebrew, Chayei or “life” is represented by a single character worn as a charm on a necklace.  And most recently the Christian cross has synonymous pragmatism.  Even though Buddhism has been around for as long as Judaism or Christianity, their symbol for life, heaven and the celestial omnipresence has only recently come into popular culture.

The philosophy of Shamballa is based on the recognition of a divine energy that created the entire universe.  It is recognized throughout the Buddhist world as the whole of creation.  It is also known as the more recognizable Shangri-La.

Shamballa Style Bracelets
Shamballa Style Bracelets

Shamballa Style Jewelry has its roots in simplistic design.  Hand woven beads that aided in meditation have literarily exploded on to the fashion scene.  Shamballa style necklaces too are coming to the forefront of high fashion.  Celebrities like, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, T.I. and Lil Wayne have forced designers to take this seemingly unassuming Buddhist tradition to their limits.  Creating styles with black and white diamonds, rubies and sapphires, Shamballa Jewelry owes its success to Hip Hop culture but has become a force in its own right.

Shamballa Style Bracelets
Shamballa Style Bracelets

At ItsHot.com we are on the cutting edge of the Shamballa Jewelry movement. With over 100 different styles of Shamballa Jewelry, we are sure you will find a style and color combination to suit any outfit, style or budget. Shamballa Bracelets starting at $48.00, Shamballa Rosary Necklaces starting at $99.00 and Shamballa Necklaces starting at $154.00.  All available in a multitude of colored stones and diamond variations.  What’s next, Shamballa style anklets?