Specimens yellow with white to dark brown marbling, average .5" x 1" in size.
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Reputed to soothe stomach disorders and upper-intestinal trouble. A "nurturing" stone, bringing emotional support within and encouraging one to give support. Raises awareness, aligns chakras, balances yin-yang energies and the physical, mental, and emotional bodies. A sacred stone of the Native Americans, worn for assistance by the Shamans. Deeply protective, especially during astral or physical travel. Grounds negativity, stabilizes and cleanses the aura, clears out unwanted influences. Increases power in the Solar Plexus chakra, thereby increasing physical and magickal energy. (This is particularly useful for long-term illness.) Considered a good dowsing, blessing, and sacred stone by the Ancients. Said to improve one's sense of smell. Used for treating internal organs, particularly where bladder, liver, stomach, spleen, and kidneys are deteriorating.
Traditional Uses: Wear in a pocket or pouch to carry properties with you. Sleep with stone(s) in pillow or headboard. Place stones on various parts of the body or chakras to improve their function. Make an elixir by soaking stone(s) for 24 hours in water--in sunlight, if "yang" or hot energies are needed in the body; moonlight, if "yin" or cool energies are needed in the body (drink as needed). Place stone(s) on an altar or in a spell's physical components to add particular qualities to magick.
History: Unusual stones have been used by most cultures throughout history for healing, protection, meditation, and spiritual awakening. Examples include Native American, Egyptian, Sumerian, and Druid cultures, plus modern Shamans, New Age practitioners, and spiritual healers. There is archaeological evidence that the earliest humans used unique stones and earth in spiritual or shamanic ceremonies.