Marsha Sheriff

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:12:39 +0000

chrysocolla


    Labradorite Crystal Ball. After three years on my wish list, I finally brought home one of these babies for my healing space. Gorgeous!

    Serpentine Stone is a strong stone known to stimulate the arousal of the kundalini energies. If you feel that there may be blockages in any of your chakras... this stone is a useful aid.

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    Dragon's Vein Agate

    HOWLITE: is a calming stone, aid to insomnia, especially when caused by an overactive mind. Formulates ambitions and aids in achieving them. Howlite strengthens memory and stimulates desire for knowledge. It teaches patience and helps to eliminate rage, pain and stress. Calms communication, facilitates awareness and encourages emotional expression. Howlite balances calcium levels in the body. It aids teeth, bones and soft tissue.

    Mohave Purple TURQUOISE designer cab Silverhawk's designer gemstones.

    Peruvian blue opal

    Activating the Zeal Chakra with Eudialyte

    Chrysocolla: A stone of expression, empowerment & teaching. It eases fear, anxiety, & guilt. Stimulates creativity. Is a stone of peace, increased wisdom, and discretion. It promotes level headedness, encouraging clarity of thought and a neutral, cool attitude during turbulence. It can be used to decrease nervousness and irritability.

    Chrysocolla is a stone of peace, increased wisdom, discretion. It promotes level headedness, encouraging clarity of thought and a neutral, cool attitude during turbulence. It can be used to decrease nervousness and irritability. Healing properties of Chrysocolla Chrysocolla can be placed directly on the affected body part. Laying it on the forehead as a 'third eye' offers spiritual benefit.

    Blue Goldstone Crystal Egg. Goldstone is a type of glittering glass made in a low-oxygen reducing atmosphere. The finished product can take a smooth polish and be carved into beads, figurines, or other artifacts suitable for semiprecious stone, and in fact goldstone is often mistaken for or misrepresented as a natural material.