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GWPYR: Pyrite Worry Stone [GWPYR-RAC]

 $6.99 

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Pyrite carved and polished worry stone is a highly protective stone, very grounding, blocking or shielding you from negative energies. Pyrite also is a stone that brings energies of good luck or good fortune. Pyrite brings a positive outlook and releases old murk that has been held in the emotional body at the solar plexus. It strengthens the will and brings harmony within your self and others. It enhances intelligence, mental stability, logic, analysis, creativity, memory, and psychic development. Some like to use Pyrite to stimulate the intellect, recalling information when you need it, especially for those who are forgetful. It can help you tap your own latent mental talents and abilities. Pyrite also a useful protector from radiation from computers. On the physical level, Pyrite can be used in the treatment and healing of all bone and cell diseases.  A good protection against flu and the common cold.  If you are a caregiver use the energies of pyrite to protect you from any harmful disease and germs associated with your work.

These Pyrite worry stones might be veined with a black iron sulfide mineral


Held between the index finger and thumb, rubbing them is believed to lessen one's worries. This pyrite stone is oval, smooth, polished gemstone with thumb pad sized indentation.

You will receive one stone
. The size of a worry stone is approximately 1.25 to 1.5 inch long x 1 inch wide, with minor variations in size, color and shape.

 

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Average Review Rating : 4.50

Current Reviews: 2

GWPYR: Pyrite Worry Stone

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 19 January, 2015.

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