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HI, BEAUTIES! 🌈💎 Today I’m going to be talking to you about healing crystals, how they’ve always been used in history to “store” positive energy and heal different kinds of dis-eases and how I’ve been using them in my personal experience. Actually, crystal healing will be part of the new profile’s outline. So, let’s begin! In the first picture you can see all the pieces of jewelry I made for myself. From the left: the first is Aventurine, the second Citrine (Quartz), Tiger’s Eye and Carnelian. The synergy of these 4 stones is especially good for manifesting (I’m going to talk more about it in the near future), self-confidence, and the Solar Plexus Chakra (the 3rd above your navel). (Also, I’m specializing in Vedic sciences, so I will be posting a lot more about Chakras, Ayurveda, Meditation, and Yoga.).
The beautiful red stone in the second picture is Carnelian Agate (yes, it is Agate), while the next one is blue banded Agate. Even though they have some common traits, the two are different in the effects they tend to create. They both are great for balance and stability and they are both useful to work on the root causes of an illness or fear. The Blue Banded Agate is great for the Throat Chakra (the 5th), helping you to speak your Truth and stand up for yourself. Carnelian is also about self-confidence, but in a much more physical way (in fact, it acts on the 2nd Chakra, the Sacral Chakra and has many physical healing properties). The last two crystals are Rose Quartz and Clear Quartz. They both are very gentle and kind crystals for your energy and they both are about self-love, but the Rose Quartz acts on the Heart Chakra, helping you to love yourself and others unconditionally, whereas the Clear Quartz is beneficial to the Crown Chakra (the 7th, which regulates the connection to the All-that-is and the Universe), particularly good for meditation and stillness. I will go through each stone and its use, and write longer posts, but I just couldn’t wait to introduce this amazing news! 💎🔮 What do you think about it?
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