An exquisite high vibration 3 stone combo. Tibetan Blue & Green Obsidian Danburite Mini Radiant Heart Quartz Crystal Pendant Necklace.
The Radiant Heart pendant resembles a crystal lotus whose myriad flower petals hold and reflect brilliant light, giving the stone the appearance of a kaleidoscope.
The Radiant Heart Crystal assists us in expanding our ability to hold and create Unconditional Love, so that we may “crystallize” the wisdom of the One Heart that unites all life in Love. Attunes the wearer to Unconditional Love and guides us through the next steps we may take to claim this more fully in our lives.
Set in .925 Sterling Silver
Dimensions: 1.22 x .38" x .32" inches
Complimentary 18" Sterling Silver Chain
Danburite Keys: Angelic Communication, Channeling, Inter dimensional Travel, Peace, Freedom from Stress
Chakras: Heart (3rd) crown (7th) Soul star (8th)
Danburite is a very hard stone with a vitreous luster. The metaphysical community prizes Danburite for its ability to connect the bearer to sources directly to sources of Higher Wisdom and to vast libraries of information located in the "akashic records".
"Akasha," in Sanskrit, means "brilliant," "shining" or "luminous." "Akashic records" is a theosophical term referring to a universal library of light which records every thought, word, and action, past, present and future, and the templates for all structures and processes in the material world. These records are impressed on a subtle substance called akasha or Soniferous Ether.
Tibetan Blue Obsidian
Found along the banks of the Yarlong Zangbo river in Tibet. Useful in cultivating serenity and patience. Helpful in the pursuits of divination, insight and the correction of misrepresentation. It is also a great tool for cleansing of negative mental influence.
Tibetan Green Obsidian
Tibetan Green Obsidian is a natural green Obsidian which has been found along the banks of the Yarlung River of Tibet which is the world's highest major river flowing through the world's deepest valley along the Himalayas. It is know as the Brahmaputra River in Bangladesh.