Air and Earth Midi Ring
The Earth value of the Air and Earth Midi Ring comes from the Japanese meaning of “Chi” or sometimes “Tsuhi” this means solid hard objects of Earth. The most common aspect of “Chi” are bricks and stones. Both elements are extremely resistant to movement and change, as most things that are related to Japanese “Chi”.
In human beings, the foundations of the body such as the skeleton and muscles are also known as being “Chi”. When it comes to your thoughts and emotions, “Chi” is considered to be the feelings of tough and stubbornness or sometimes stability, effectively, have things remain as they are or a resistance to change.
In “Chi” these feelings and expressions are known a confidence, why change something that you know is already working? You have fully knowledge of your surroundings and you are at ease with everything.
The Air value of the Air and Earth Midi Ring comes from the Japanese word “Kaze”. That also means wind. The “Kaze” expression represents things that move, or grow, anything that expands is known as the “Air” or “Kaze”. In a lot of ways “Kaze” is known for the freedom of the mind, a willingness to learn and grow mentally. We learn from our experiences that create our personalities.
Mentally and emotionally, “kaze” represents a carefree attitude, someone who is peace with the world and themselves. Inner and outer peace in a carefree world. Someone that would wear the Air and Earth Midi Ring is someone that confident, strong with their emotions but on the other hand, willing to grow, expand, and be the best he or she can be.