Category Archives: Crystals and Gems

CRYSTALS FOR YOUR FITNESS GOALS

Crystals for your Fitness and Weight Loss Goals

Malachite – Tiger’s Eye – Garnet – Labradorite

No one can deny the power of reminders, no matter where they come from. One of the strongest reminders and enhancers of will power is Nature. If you have had issues in keeping your fitness/weight loss goals, here are some crystals that can assist you.

  • Garnet has been called a stone of total commitment to purpose, others and self. Garnet will help stimulate and balance the inner life force (aka getting your ass in gear). Get your garnet here, tumbled garnet.

  • Tiger’s Eye is great for relieving scattered energies and balances your personal power. It assists in overcoming limitations and fears. Get your tiger’s eye here, tumbled tiger’s eye.

  • Labradorite is a stone of transformation. It aids in releasing insecurities and fears while enhancing faith and reliance in one’s own abilities. It eases fear of commitment. Get your labradorite here, tumbled labradorite.

  • Malachite is also a stone of transformation. It helps to create a path free from obstacles as one reaches for their goals. It aids in accepting responsibilities for one’s thoughts, words and actions. Get your malachite here, tumbled malachite.

You can carry one or all of these crystals with you. Any time you touch them, they will gracefully remind you of your goals.

Let us know what crystals work for you. As always, please, like and share!

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CITRINE – FOR YOUR PERSONAL WEALTH AND SUCCESS

citrine-crystal I have been carrying citrine for most of my life. It is one of my most favorite stones. I have always been drawn to the beach, enjoyed being out in the sun and I am guessing this is why I love citrine’s golden color so much.

Citrine is known as the “success stone”. Citrine promotes success, prosperity and abundance. It particularly promotes success in business, earning it another nickname, Continue reading

Discover your Inner Goddess with Larimar

Larimar is a rare blue variety of pectolite found only in the Dominican Republic, in the Caribbean. 

Its coloration varies from white to light-blue to green-blue to deep blue. Although pectolite is found in many locations, none have the unique volcanic blue coloration of larimar.

This blue color, distinct from that of other pectolites, is the result of copper substitution for calcium. Some larimar also contains vivid hematite inclusions.

Larimar was originally discovered Continue reading

FIND PEACE AND WELL-BEING WITH AQUA AURA


Hello, my name is Aqua Aura. I am a gold-treated quartz crystal. I have been created by a process, which allows molecules of pure 24 karat gold to adhere to top grade quartz crystals. As a result I have Continue reading

CARNELIAN A STONE FOR CREATIVITY AND ACTION


carnelian rough Carnelian is a translucent, reddish orange variety of chalcedony. The chalcedony comes in a variety of shades and hues, each one as beautiful as the other. Carnelians texture resembles milk glass. Its color ranges between red, orange and rusty brown. When tumbled or polished, carnelian looks and feels like glass. It is a stone of creativity, individuality and courage.

Ancient Egyptians carried it on and about their bodies as a source of constant renewal and vitality. It is also said in the Egyptian Book of the Dead that carnelian used to be placed in tombs as Continue reading

CHRYSANTHEMUM – A stone for your highest path


chrysanthemum stone and flower The chrysanthemum stone is named for its unique flower patterns embedded in the stone that resemble chrysanthemums. It is usually a black and white rock made up of gypsum clay, dolomite and limestone, with internal crystals of calcite, feldspar, celestite or andalusite. It can be found in Japan, Canada, China and the USA.


The chrysanthemum stone started forming over 200 million years ago, Continue reading

Moonstone, a stone for your mind


rough rainbow moonstoneMoonstone is almost transparent with a rainbow shimmer and a dancing play of light that constantly changes. This beautiful gemstone belongs to the large mineral group of Continue reading

AMPLIFY YOUR LIFE WITH SELENITE


Selenite (a form of Gypsum) is a natural mineral found throughout Europe, Mexico, and in the southwestern United States. The mineral is created from landlocked salt water that has evaporated.

The word Selenite comes from the Greek “selenites”, meaning “moon stone” with “Selene” meaning “Moon” and also being the name of the Greek Goddess of the Moon. Selenite is a nearly transparent and colorless crystal with a pearly luster that glows and can resemble Continue reading

YOGA ENERGY’S LOVE OF RUBIES


yoga energy gem rubyThis royal gemstone has been favored among royalty worldwide, worn by Kings, Queens and Priests throughout history. The ruby has enjoyed a most regal position in myth, legend and lore for thousands and thousands of years.

It is believed by some cultures Continue reading

YOGA ENERGY’S LOVE OF EMERALDS

yoga energy electronic gem therapy emeraldWe’ve already told you of our affair with crystals and minerals. Our main affair is with the beautiful Emerald. Prized since ancient times, a fine emerald can be more expensive than a high quality diamond of the same carat weight. Emeralds are green members of the popular beryl family of minerals. The green color occurs when pure, clear beryl contains either chromium or vanadium.

Egyptian emeralds were introduced to the world about 4,000 years ago, but Continue reading