Cairn Studs // Limited
Limited Kind - 2 pairs available!
An indicator that you are on the right path and to keep moving forward.
Cairns are ancient navigational markers made by stacking rocks that have been used since prehistoric times. They are found all over the world across cultures and are, in some cases, are still used today. You may have come across them before on a long hike up in the mountains.
How often have you been hiking on a hard to follow trail or traveling to a new place and started second guessing yourself about the direction you were headed in? You start to think that maybe you took a wrong turn and might need to turn around and head back? Just when you start to get really worried you come up on a trail marker indicating that you were in fact headed in the right direction all along. And you realize that what you thought was your intuition telling you to head back was really just your fear. And you almost believed it. After a sigh of relief in seeing that trail marker, you keep going along the path with your newly restored confidence.
So often when we are on a journey that is difficult we mistake our fear or anxiety as a sign that we should stop and head to safety. The Carin Studs are a reminder that you are on the right path and despite anxiety and fear, you should continue to follow it.
|Materials||sterling silver, sterling silver ear posts and backings|
|Dimensions||1/4" x 1/4"|
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