heart chakra

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Peridot


    Peridot was held in high esteem by the Egyptian Pharaohs and was one of the original stones on the Breastplate of Aaron. Green ice and cool tones best describe Peridot. It can be used to “cool down” any heated situations involving the ego. Its unusual lime green color combines the yellow of the 3rd chakra […]

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  • Morganite


    Morganite is a pink colored beryl ranging from rose to pink to a pale honeyed-pink. It crystallizes in masses and prismatic crystals, sometimes vertically striated or terminated in small pyramid-like faces. Strongly related to Emerald, this heart-centered stone initiates the feminine self to fully embrace happiness and to feel the strength of feminine beauty and […]

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  • Malachite


    Malachite is a copper carbonate hydroxide mineral with opaque, light and dark green banded mineral forming in masses, rosettes, botryoidal configurations, compact fibrous laminated structures and in rare forms of stalactites and needle-like crystals. Found worldwide, most of the specimens come from the Africa, the Ural Mt., Russia, and parts of Arizona, New South Wales, […]

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  • Larimar


    Also known as blue petolite. The stone for earth healing. Releases the restraints of guilt; used for dimensional and cellular work; represents peace and clarity; enhances rest and pleasant dreams; reduces hyperactivity. Helps balance and re-open the third chakra as it relates to the fall of Atlantis. Stimulates the third, fourth, fifth and seventh chakras.

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