4th chakra

  • Scolecite

    scolecite

    Scolecite is found as radiating groups of slender, striated prismatic crystals and as more resilient, polished hand-held pieces. Growing primarily in India and Pakistan and infrequently in Iceland and the US, it is composed of hydrated calcium aluminum silicate. It is part of the zeolite mineral family and is found as colorless white, pink, salmon, […]

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  • Turquoise

    Turquoise

    Turquoise, the traditional birthstone for December, is a light blue to sky blue to medium green stone found in copper and silver mines. It is a hydrated copper aluminum phosphate and grow as microcrystalline masses or nodules. It has a hardness of 5 – 6. Turquoises’ coloration depends on the amount of copper (creating green) […]

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  • Pink Tourmaline

    Pink Tourmaline

    Pink Tourmaline is a gentle, soft colored, light pink, not to be mistaken for its sister Rubellite, a rich, dark pink stone with red overtones. Pink Tourmaline also tends to be more translucent in appearance rather than the more transparent Rubellite. Pink Tourmaline works with the heart chakra embracing its memories of Divine safety and […]

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  • Tangerine Quartz

    Tangerine Quartz

    Tangerine Quartz is quartz crystal with iron phantoms, inclusions or encrustations. It is currently being mined in Brazil, however some specimens have also been found in Madagascar. Currently these specimens are unpolished and greatly unappreciated since they have only recently surfaced. Tangerine Quartz balances the heart, both physically and emotionally. When used in meditation of […]

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  • Seraphinite

    Seraphinite

    Seraphinite derives its name because of its resemblance to feathers due to its chatoyancy. Some specimens show strong down-like feathery growths growing into longer “flight feathers”. The most interesting Seraphinite is generally dark green in color exhibiting strong chatoyancy. It has a hardness between 2 and 4 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. It […]

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  • Sapphire

    Sapphire

    Sapphire is a corundum (part of the ruby family) and is a 9 on the Mohs scale of hardness. While the Blue Sapphire is the most commonly recognized stone of this mineral family, it also grows as pink, green, violet, yellow or clear. Sapphire gives its ‘breathe’ to our physical condition. While it can be […]

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  • Ruby in Zoisite

    Ruby in Zosite

    Zoisite with Ruby combines the richness of the green healing energy of the Zoisite with the stable security of Ruby. This harmonic combination is helpful for clearing, healing and transforming the lower chakras. Here, you are also combining the fourth (heart) and first chakras for balance in the physical realm and expression through the heart. […]

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  • Rose Quartz

    Rose Quartz

    Rose Quartz is pink quartz, ranging from pale pink to a deep rose color. It derives its coloration from titanium, iron or manganese, depending on location. Most often found growing in slabs or masses, it will occasionally grow in crystal form as clusters of tiny pink terminated crystals. Most usually mined in Brazil, it was […]

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  • Opal Aura Quartz

    Opal Aura Quartz

    Opal Aura Quartz is enhanced with silver and platinum vapor. This stone resembles a soap bubble reflected in sunlight. It shows all the colors of the rainbow in an opalescence of clarity. It is amazingly gentle and sweet. When placed upon the Heart Chakra, it emits the energy of kindness and compassion – immediately. Opal […]

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