6/2 Emotional Projector on the Left Angle Cross of Revolution
Aquarius Sun, Aquarius Rising, Gemini Moon
Laurel uses her awareness of the energetics of Human Design to show her clients how to release the distractions of the conditioned mind. The goal is to get out of our own way so we can take the ride our soul intended.
Laurel found Human Design at just the right time, during a dawning awareness that she was far out of alignment despite building a successful jewelry business and doing everything "right." She had followed her conditioning down a path that, while fulfilling in many ways, led to constant stress, burnout, and adrenal fatigue, plus the terrifying realization that she had no idea how to do it differently. Her introduction to Human Design opened the door to total self-acceptance (a lifelong work-in-progress) and a more satisfying, peaceful, aligned life. She immersed herself in the study of Human Design to share this knowledge and guide others on their journey.
Laurel lives in the mountains of Missoula, Montana, where she makes jewelry and enjoys practicing Kundalini yoga, energy work, & keeping up to date on conspiracy theories.
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Laurel Hill Jewelry is inspired by the Anima Mundi-- the form and function of universal iconography that resonates throughout cycles of time.
Jewelry is a natural extension of Laurel’s interest in the intangible, as changing our adornment can create a noticeable difference in the way we feel. Seemingly unrelated, an exterior piece of jewelry and an interior state of feeling become connected by that energy exchange.
Pieces are forged in the mountains of western Montana using traditional metalworking techniques with a focus on sustainability.
Laurel believes in the transformative and affirming power of jewelry as a talisman, an outward reflection of our highest self. The goal is to create pieces that hold space for expansion and help connect you with your most magnetic projection.
Laurel Hill Jewelry has been on the covers of Rolling Stone and Vanity Fair, in the pages of W, Nylon, Outside, Glamour Italia and Vogue Deutschland, seen in music videos (Madonna!), and on TV (on Shailene Woodley and in Longmire), plus online mentions on Refinery29, Garance Doré, Design*Sponge, A Beautiful Mess, Jezebel, Elle, and Nylon.