Stones

  • Phosphosiderite

    PhosphosideriteStone of Healing and HopeA stone of healing, Phosphosiderite works wonders with the Heart and Third Eye chakras to balance these energy centers and allow one to gain better understanding of one’s spiritual path.  It is an excellent stone for connecting with your spirit guide, and open one’s consciousness to the higher dimensions.  Use this stone to connect to past lives and, in turn, better understand your life in the now.Physically, can help with insomnia if placed under your pillow. May help abdominal issues, heart ailments, strengthen thyroid.

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  • Lapis Lazuli

     This is a relatively rare semi-precious stone that has been prized for over 5000 years dating back to the pharoahs of Egypt.  The beautiful blues and ultramarine pigment of the art of the Renaissance comes from the pulverized powder of this stone. A rock rather than a crystal, Lapis Lazuli is made up of a matrix of sodalite and calcite often with beautiful inclusions of golden pyrite. Metaphysical: Stimulates the 6th chakra and has been known as the 3rd eye.  Encourages deep insight and memory recall.  Draws anxieties to the surface.  Aids in communication and meditation.  Associated with truth, balance,...

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  • Labadorite

    Stone of Magic Labradorite awakens within you, your mystical, magical abilities and psychic powers.  It enhances the mental and intuitive abilities of clairvoyance, telepathy, prophecy and past life recall.  Labradorite is also the most powerful protector of the mineral kingdom, creating a shielding force throughout the aura.Predominant blue energy stimulates the throat chakra.  When the throat chakra is in balance and open, it allows for the expression of our ideas, beliefs, and emotions, bringing out our personal truths.Helps relieve pain and stress, as well as alleviate respiratory symptoms. 

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  • Come See Us!

    The BODY, MIND, Spirit Expo Kerr Building, NC State Fairgrounds, RALEIGH, NC February 25th & 26th, 2017  Ray loves to talk stones & vibrations, Phyllis loves to talk, lol.    

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  • Turquoise

    Who doesn't like turquoise?  The name turquoise comes from the old French word "turkish".  It is believed turquoise got its' name because the mineral was brought to Europe from this region of Asia. Turquoise is formed by water acting on aluminum and copper, which gives the stone its blue colouration.  Shades of green turquoise are formed from iron impurities.  Turquoise is actually soft and requires stabilization or it will stain or break.  It has a wonderful waxy to viterous luster. Healing - Magic * Balances all subtle systems, particularly the heart, thymus and throat chakras. * Enhances and strengthens the...

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