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Citrine Un Heated Standing Point 1 inch [RACCIT-SP-NAT-.75]


This all natural polished citrine standing point is unheated and untreated. This citrine crystal is a comforting and energizing stone. Natural Citrine is not heat treated. The Citrine you normally see is heat treated, giving them a deep gold to yellowish orange coloring. Heat treated Citrine is still a wonderful and a useful stone however using natural Citrine provides a cleaner and smoother energy. It gives a powerful alignment with the higher self and builds up the aura. It balances the emotions and makes the mood sunny and cheerful. Citrine is used for meditation, protection, creativity and manifestation. It assists in making the thoughts clear. Brings joy and draws abundance through joy. Good to use in healing as it is a powerful transformer. Citrine is one of a very few stones that does not hold on to or accumulate negative energy, but dissipates and transmutes it, working out problems on both the physical and subtle levels. It never needs clearing or cleansing. Known as the merchants stone; placing a cluster or crystal of citrine in ones cash box has produced more income for the merchant. It not only assists the merchant in acquiring wealth, but helps to maintain a state of wealth. It activates, opens and energizes the sacral and solar plexus chakras, directing via personal power, creativity and intelligent decisiveness, the energy necessary to enhance the physical body. It stimulates both mental focus and endurance.It is associated with the Crown, Frontal, Heart, Sacral, Solar Plexus chakras.

Approximate size 1 to 1.5 tall x .75 to 1 wide x .5 to .75 inch deep

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Citrine Un Heated Standing Point 1 inch

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 28 November, 2016.


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