Friday, July 5, 2013

The Lokai Bracelet Review & Giveaway **Closed**


I received this awesome little bracelet to review called Lokai. It is a bracelet that is suppose to help you find balance in your life. But what I like the most about this bracelet is that they give 10% of the proceeds back to charities. Now, isn't that awesome? I bet this company is definitely "in balance" and gets a good bit of "love" back!

Here is a better explanation of what the Lokai bracelet is about:
The bracelet is infused with elements sourced from the highest and lowest points on Earth. The white ball, carrying water from Mt. Everest, and the black ball, holding mud from the Dead Sea, exist on opposite ends. A string of clear beads link the two, signifying that throughout life’s circular journey, your path is your own.

Meaning of lokai

The name lokai was inspired by the Hawaiian word Lokahi meaning unity and to blend opposites. Lokai is our unique pursuit to find balance.

Experimenting with lokai

We know you might have the urge to cut open a lokai bracelet and peek inside.  We have done it to ensure quality.  We inject both the white and black bead with water and mud as well as mix the elements into the silicon itself.

The Black Bead – Stay Hopeful

Sitting directly opposite its white counterpart, the black bead holds mud from the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, signifying the difficult moments you experience throughout life.
Even through life’s lowest moments, stay hopeful.

See below. Someone cut one of the Black Beads open and it really does have mud in it!

The Clear Beads – Keep Moving

The clear silicone beads represent that everyone has their own story. While life has its highs and lows, every point in-between is just as meaningful – these points make up the fabric of your own story. The clear beads remind us that clarity is key in times of joy and sadness.

The White Bead – Stay Humble

Carrying water from Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth, the white bead represents life’s highest moments. Sourced by Sherpas who are native to the landmark, the water is infused into the silicone mixture and then injected into the silicone ball itself. This ensures water is always in the bead, as the material is porous and would otherwise evaporate.

It’s those times when you’re feeling on top of the world, that it’s most important to stay humble.

Pretty simple, right? I wonder though how many people are able to maintain that simple thought? Wish there was a way to do some kind of test to just see how the Lokai bracelet is actually working and do people believe in the power of positive thinking?
I can never get self pictures to work. They always come out fuzzy so I grabbed this one off of The Lokai bracelet's website so you can see how it looks on your wrist. They come in small, medium and large. I got the large because of my RA and the swelling. This way, I hope that I can wear it no matter how bad the swelling gets. There is no clasp, you just put it on. It is made of a stretchy material so you should have no problems in getting it on as long as you order the correct size for yourself.  
I also found out that you can get it in colors, too! They are custom colors and the two colors I saw on their website are awesome! There was a coral color and it looks like the other was either some type of blue or a light purple. Not sure which color it was but it was very pretty.
Here is what the company says about the Custom Colors:
A cool feature about lokai is they can be customized with new colors. The clear beads of the bracelet can be changed to any pantone color.  Choose up to three pantone colors to create a fun tie-dye version.
I hope I have been able to give you a great sense of what this bracelet is all about and how it came to be. I normally don't quote so much from a sponsor, but in the matters of spiritual or significant meanings to things, I would rather err on the side of caution to make sure I give the whole picture and what it exactly means than risk the chance of messing up the meanings.

This is such a positive meaning and vibration and I wanted to make sure I covered all the bases so that we all got why this bracelet was made and continues to be made. Seems like a good bit of people are buying them and enjoying them, that I thought it worthy of myself to get one also and try it out.

Connect with Lokai several ways:

Mailing Address:
Attn: Lokai
70 Varick Street. 12th Floor
New York, NY 10013
Phone:   877-725-5747

The awesome folks of Lokai are going to give one winner their own Lokai bracelet just like the one I just reviewed! You will be enchanted and hopefully more in balance! Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


S C said...

Thinking really does affect the way you feel and act. Think good thoughts everyone.
Sherry Compton

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spock7005 said...

I believe in the power of positive thinking as far as it can buoy you up, and lead you toward your goals. I don't think you can "wish" something into being, though.

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Kylie Carlson said...

I do- even if it has no effect on the situation a positive outlooks and attitude effects how you deal with the situation.

rookieabh said...

I do! :)
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Karen said...

I do believe in it

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Catie said...

I do! Having a positive mindset can do wonders.

wcaligirl said...

yes i try to stay positive

Traci McCormick said...

Yes, I believe it helps.

Katie Amanda said...

Absolutely! It definitely changes behavior.

Kt Amanda

MoonRae said...

I most certainly believe in the power of positive thinking!!

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Daily Woman (Lacey) said...

Yes I believe in positive thinking.

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Jennifer Lopez said...

I do believe in the power of positive thinking. I think it played a big part in my moms recovery from stage 4 ovarian cancer.

Diane said...

I do believe in the power of postive thinking. It puts you in a better mood and you are happier!

Tiffany Vanick said...

The mind is very powerful so I definitely believe in the power of positive thinking.

Helen said...

of course you have to stay positive said...

for sure I believe

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deb c said...

I definitely do!
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Paol Trenny said...

most definitely because it has help me so far in life - Paol Trenny …………………... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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GeorgiaBeckman said...

I ABSOLUTELY believe in the power of positive thinking!

Teresa Thompson said...

I sure do.
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