Crystal Glossary

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Abalone

 Abalone Shells are believed to bring guidance, and calm emotions. Abalone Shells are a sacred symbol of the sea. 

 

Amber

 By absorbing negative or stagnant energy, Amber is believed to align body, mind and spirit to stimulate the body's natural healing abilities. In recent times, Amber has become especially popular for the treatment of teething pain in babies.

 

Amethyst 

 This stone is known for helping with body aches, digestion, third eye healing, and more. But amethyst is also a great crystal for protection; it helps to promote calm, serene energy and wards against overwhelm. Amethyst offers spiritual and emotional protection, and guards your peace.

 

Aquamarine 

 It  has a shielding effect on your energy field and has even been used for physical protection during battle and at sea. The stone is said to help you sift through energy and information, create mental clarity, and soothe an overactive mind; it's even used to improve the intellect.

 

Carnelian 

 Carnelian's meaning is known for being a stone of courage, endurance, energy, leadership, and motivation. This Sunset Stone has inspired and protected us throughout history thanks to their bright, rich coloring

 

Citrine

 Citrine is believed to be of value in healing the spiritual self as well, as it is a powerful cleanser and regenerator. It carries the virtues of self-healing, inspiration and self-improvement. Carrying the power of the sun, it is excellent for overcoming depression, fears and phobias.

 

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Dalmation Jasper

 Dalmatian Stone helps strengthen your connection with Mother Earth, while also channeling one's personal will in the physical realm. This unique mineral helps one pursue their goals and provides the necessary tools needed along their journey.

 

Fluorite 

 Fluorite is a stone heralded for its spiritual detoxification abilities and tendency to transform negative energy into positive energy, boosting our mental clarity and promoting peace of mind. What is this? The origin of the word “fluorite” comes from the Latin word flux, which means to flow interchangeably.

 

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