Song of Songs, Hebrew Love Verses, Sterling Silver Ring
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This stunning wrap ring features Song of Songs Jewish verses, which are meant to promote love.
A lovely and meaningful modern piece of Judaica, this ring makes for a heartfelt and spiritual gift.
The inscription on the outside of this piece is:
"I sought him whom my soul loves." (Song of Songs 3.1)
"Many waters cannot quench love; rivers cannot sweep it away." (Song of Songs 8.7)
"Let our souls and spirits intertwine."
Alongside one of the Kabbalah names of G-d in Hebrew, which connects to relationships.
Kabbalah teaches that each person carries divinity within, and when we connect to our inner powers, we can work miracles with these letters.
Wear this subtle statement piece every day and soak up the inspiration it offers.
*On the inner side of the ring, you may choose up to 30 characters of your choice with no additional cost.
✦ Metal type: Sterling Silver
✦ Ring size: Approx. 0.3" x 0.45" (7.6mm x 11.6mm).
Each of my pieces comes packaged in a decorative box with a gift bag.
In the box, I include a card that explains the meaning of what is engraved or embossed on the piece.
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Type of gems
- 72 names of G-d
- In the Kabbalah or Jewish mysticism, the names of the Divinity appear in seventy-two different three-letter combinations.
- According to the Kabbalah, these letters hold the key to the channels of powerful energy in the universe. Each combination of letters has its own unique qualities, representing a connection to a specific positive energy.
- The clandestine experts who studied the Book of Zohar say that anyone can connect to those same cosmic energy channels and control their virtues by scanning the letters. Kabbalah teaches that each person carries divinity within, and when we connect to our inner powers, we can work miracles. These letters are implements to be used towards that endeavor.