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Chain Your Body in Spiritual Healing with Rachel Roy and Deepak Chopra's Jewelry Collab

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Sword Pendant Necklace, $325 and

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Rachel Roy has collaborated with motivational speaker and spiritual guru, Deepak Chopra, to create a capsule collection of jewelry and tees. Chopras practice involves a combination of eastern medicine, the ancient Indian system of Ayurveda, and a healthy does of yoga, but this particular kind of spiritual healing is going to cost you. Most of the body and hand chains—a couple of which sport mantras from the Chop himself—cost upwards of $245. But luckily, those with shallower pockets also have a shot at inner happiness: A collection of charm bracelets only $38 and t-shirts for $39. Shop the capsule here.
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