crown chakra

  • Shaman’s Stones

    Moki Marbles

    (Also known as Moki Marbles, Mock Marbles) Shaman’s Stones are iron and sandstone concretions found along the north rim of the Grand Canyon. They are naturally spherical an they are usually a medium brown to grayish-brown. They form in size from 1/2” to 2”+. They are best used in pairs and have a tendency to […]

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  • 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 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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  • Rutilated Quartz

    Rutilated Quartz

    Rutilated Quartz is a clear or smokey quartz with gold, silver or black Rutile running through it. The Quartz holds the amplifying properties of clarity and direction, the Rutile holds the possibility of movement and cutting through adversity, in any form. Rutilated Quartz is good for cutting through stagnation and indecision. It will help you […]

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  • Phenacite


    Phenacite (also spelled as Phenakite) is a quartz-like nesosilicate with a hardness of 7.5-8 on the Mohs scale. It is found in Russia, Brazil, the US, Madagascar, Africa and Norway. This little stone has such a high luster and clarity that when faceted it can be mistaken for diamonds. Phenacite stimulates the Light Body by […]

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  • Mystical Merlinite

    Mystical Merlinite

    (also known as Indigo Gabbro) Indigo Gabbro is a relatively new crystal mined in Madagascar and in various locations in Alaska. It has an amazing array of colors from light indigo purple to black. “Gabbro” refers to a large group of dark, coarse-grained mafic, or igneous rock, formed of silicate [SiO2, or quartz] that is […]

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  • Danburite


    Danburite is a prismatic crystal that grows primarily in Mexico. It is also found in Madagascar, Russia, Bolivia, Burma and Japan. At first glance, it can resemble topaz, but it can be identified by its strong striations running parallel to the length of the crystal and with chisel-shaped terminations. This beautiful stone most frequently grows […]

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  • Creedite


    Creedite is a crystalline mineral growing in clear, orange, black and sometimes purple formations. The more common orange specimens resemble a pincushion or sea urchin, with prickly crystals protruding from the center formation and are very brilliant and interesting. This is a higher chakra stone supporting the third eye, crown chakra and causal chakra. It […]

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  • Spirit Amethyst

    Spirit Amethyst

    Spirit Amethyst, often referred to as Spirit Quartz, is a powerful Crown Chakra stone that encourages inner peace. You can recognize Spirit Quartz as a complete quartz crystal entirely surrounded by multiple, tiny, crystalline encrustations. Spirit Amethyst is an entire crystal surround by tiny amethyst crystals. Its formation is similar to Candle Quartz, another excellent […]

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