lokai is all about finding your balance. I find that my life goes in cycles ~ Some days, weeks, months, or years I am on the top of the world everything seems to be going my way. Other days, weeks, months, or years I hit a low nothing seems to work the way I want it too. That is what lokai is about a bracelet that encourages one to be humble through the highs and hopeful through the lows.
The bracelet is infused with elements found at the highest and lowest points of the Earth. The white ball is holding water from Mt. Everest, the black ball is holding mud from the the Dead Sea. A string of clear beads link the two which shows that each life is its own. The lokai bracelet is a reminder that whether you are at a high or low point you should strive for balance. It is also a reminder that the low points make the high points in your life worth more. Everyone struggles and everyone sores ~ it is how we handle it that makes a difference.
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, or give lokai to someone who might do well to remember the value of his or her own personal journey.
If you would like to purchase your own lokai bracelet you can do so HERE. You can also connect with Iokai on Facebook and Twitter.
lokai would like to give one of my readers their own lokai bracelet. You must be 18+ with a US shipping address. Leave a comment on what you do to stay grounded. Extra entry for following lokai on Facebook. Extra entry for each way you follow Kaisy Daisy’s Corner. Giveaway ends Aug 14, 2013.
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I have a small closeknit group of friends and we help each other stay grounded.
by family and best friend help me to stay grounded
I would have to say when my twins were born that was a wake up call for my self and my wife to keep us grounded. and it did for her all the way up til the day she passed away back in 2004. Her memory has stayed with me and I have stayed grounded not only for my daughters but for my wife. Heck if I didn’t she would Haunt me. LOL
I surround myself with family and good friends, I try not to let things get me down and enjoy life to the fullest.
yoga as often as possible, meditation, deep breathing….
I focus on my family friends and faith ~ all help me stay grounded
I take a lot of Valium.
meditation and positive thinking
my husband and my dogs are all I need to stay grounded.
I depend on the sage words of friends, meditation, yoga and a very positive outlook to stay grounded.
my bird and my husband is all that i need to stay grounded
I try to be the best I possibly can
I pet my dog, Max. Loving him helps a lot.
My cats and volunteering, I also have some touching memories of amazing people who live with struggles I can’t imagine- they give me hope and realize what matters in life.
There is nothing like filling a sink full of hot water and soap and washing dishes by hand for staying grounded. I actually like that chore.
I try to avoid all negativity
Knowing that God is watching over me and mine, keeps me grounded.
I don’t really have a problem staying grounded. Too many people’s feet on my wings. Seriously though, I stay connected with my family even though they are in another state.
knowing my boys need me is what keeps me grounded
I stay grounded by trying to remember what is REALLY important and not sweat the little things.
I pray and meditate.
I take Zoloft to stay grounded.
I drink plenty of beer
I do yoga and meditate to help me stay grounded.
all jewelry is fine. Thank you daisys corner. Will follow you now.
try to laugh at least once a day
not to take life to serious … the bad stuff isn’t worth it
I meditate at times.
I take vacations twice a year.
I love to read anything
I feel the need for balance and would love to wear this to get the right mentality going.
and most of all…
I stay grounded by staying “connected” with my husband. I don’t let anything build up. If there is a problem, we confront it, if we have a need, we put it on the table.
Cool bracelet, very unique
Praying and thinking positive helps me stay grounded:)
Reading and walking help.
My cat, nature
Spend time working on the cabin we are building.
Focus every morning that the day will go well.
Just relax listen to music.
Count my blessings
I take long walks in the foothills.
count my blessings!
I stay grounded by going out for walks, taking long, hot baths and praying when things get stressful for me.