Look gorgeous with this amazing Agate Pendant. This sterling silver design showcases a faceted Agate crystal nestled in a natural Agate slice. This earthy colour combination of natural crystals will enhance many of your outfits.
Key words: Healing
Zodiac Sign: Gemini
Birthstone: May, June, September
Wedding Anniversary: 14th year
Agate Crystal Healing Properties:
Agate is a powerful healing stone that can help tone and strengthen the link between mind and body. It is a grounding stone but can also build up energy. Agate can impart a sense of strength and courage and enhance the ability to discern the truth and accept circumstances. It balances and stabilises the body and can enhance the effects of other stones.
Agate History and Uses:
Agates come in a variety of forms and are named after the Achates river, now called the Dirillo river, in Sicily where they were first found in the 3rd or 4th century BC. This stone has had a long association with humans, neolithic people made some of their artifacts from Agate. It is a stone which brings strength and stability to the wearer.
Agate Geological Description:
Agate is a form of banded Chalcedony, a mineral of the quartz group. It has a trigonal crystal structure and a hardness of 7. It is found in Brazil, South Africa, Botswana, Morocco, Czech Republic and the USA.
Affirmation: I accept life challenges with courage and determination.
Key words: Manifestation, personal will, mental clarity, creativity
Chakras: Root, sacral, solar plexus
Zodiac Sign: Cancer, Leo, Gemini, Aries, Libra
Citrine Crystal Healing Properties: Citrine is a great manifester, helping to clear and activate the lower chakras, the powerful points in our energy system for manifestation and creation work. Citrine helps us to maintain direction and overcome obstacles. It can assist with setting proper emotional boundaries and clearly maintaining them. Citrine has a playful energy that can bring light and optimism.
Citrine History and Uses: The name Citrine comes from the French word citron meaning lemon. It was used as a gemstone in Greek jewellery as long ago as 300BC. Citrine varies in colour from the deep amber of heat treated Amethyst to the pale yellow of natural Citrines.
Citrine Geological Description: Citrine is a member of the quartz family, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 7. Its yellow colour comes from the inclusion of iron in the quartz. Natural Citrine is mostly a pale yellow colour, while the darker, more orange specimens are often heat treated Amethyst. Deposits of natural Citrine are found in Brazil, Africa, Madagascar, Spain, Russia, France, Scotland and the USA.
Affirmation: I commit to explore my creative resources to generate abundance in my life.