Tag Archives: throat chakra

About Stones: Aquamarine


Astrological Sign: Gemini, Pisces, Aries
Chakra: Throat
Lore: Aquamarine is a stone of courage. It accelerates the intellectual reasoning process and enhances the connection with our higher self. It brings tolerance to judgmental people and order to those overwhelmed by responsibility. It is a talisman for sailors.
Geology: Aquamarine means ‘Water of the Sea’ in Latin. It is a member, together with Emerald, of the beryl group. Aluminum beryllium silicate colored by iron, aquamarine ranges from blue to blue-green.
Localities: Brazil, South Africa, Maine, Connecticut, Afghanistan

About Stones: Angelite


Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Chakra: Throat
Lore: Angelite forms a protective field around the environment where it is placed. It assists in communication with spirit totems. It can enhance awareness, telepathy, and astral travel.
Geology: Angelite is the mineral anhydrite, an important rock-forming mineral associated with gypsum and dolomite. The name is from the Greek meaning ‘without water.’ Angelite forms blue and white nodules and masses with an occasional touch of red hematite.
Localities: Peru

About Stones: Shungite


Astrological Sign: Cancer
Chakra: All
Lore: Shungite neutralizes electromagnetic emissions, waterborne contaminants, free radicals, and negative energy. It shields from harmful electromagnetic frequencies (EMF’s) from computers, cell phones and towers, WI-FI, microwave ovens and televisions. Shungite removes negative energies and thoughts, enhances metaphysical abilities, and promotes cell rejuvenation. Wear on the left side of the body because energies enter the aura through the left side.
Geology: Shungite is named for the village in Russia, Shunga, in the province of Karelia where it is found. It is one of the few natural Earth sources of fullerene, a rare hollow carbon molecule.
Localities: Russia

About Stones: Rainbow Calsilica


Astrological Sign: Cancer
Chakra: All
Lore: Rainbow Calsilica is a recently discovered multi-colored layered stone being used for Zuni fetish carvings as well as beads and cabochon cut stones.
Geology: Rainbow Calsilica is a microcrystalline calcite bonded with the amorphous clay mineral allophane. Silica is also present. It has been described as vein matter or fracture fill formed when a copper push cut into volcanic rhyolite host rock. A stabilization process similar to that used with turquoise has been applied to it.
Locality: Mexico

About Stones: Lingam Stone


Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Chakra: All
Lore: The Tantric Lingam, one of the oldest religious symbols, is associated with the Hindu deity Shiva, the Lord of Creation. Lingam Stones, also called Shiva Lingams, unify and balance male and female energies within us and activate the movement of kundalini energy throughout the chakras. 
Geology: Lingam stones consist of a rare form of chalcedony or crypto-crystalline quartz with inclusions of iron oxide and goethite. Naturally tumbled and shaped by the river, they are ceremoniously gathered on the full moon.
Locality: Narmada River in India

About Stones: Lepidolite


Astrological Sign: Libra
Chakra: Throat, Heart, Brow, Crown
Lore: Lepidolite encourages independence and inner peace. It promotes restful sleep, and helps us to preserve our own space in crowds. Lepidolite aids in goal-setting and decision-making while neutralizing distractions.
Geology: Lepidolite is lilac colored mica containing lithium. It occurs in granite pegmatites associated with tourmaline and other minerals and forms as scaly aggregates, cleavable masses, or tabular crystals.
Localities: California, Maine, Madagascar, Brazil

About Stones: Kansas Pop Rocks


Astrological Sign: Aquarius, Scorpio, Leo, Taurus
Chakra: “All”
Lore: Kansas Pop Rocks, also called “Energy Stones,” are used for auric healing and chakra balancing. They generally have either smooth (female) or bumpy (male) surfaces. The two “sexes” may be used together or separately to balance or emphasize chosen polarities. Kansas Pop Rocks provide good grounding of high energy states. They are the same as “Boji” stones.
Geology: Kansas Pop Rocks are pyrite concretions. Bridging organic and inorganic worlds, they are crystallizations of pyrite over a nucleus of fossilized seashell.
Locality: Western Kansas