:Mirror Crystals Explained

Mirror Crystals - The Class II Sulfides of Nature

Crystals that help us see that which is hidden from us

 

mirror crystals

 

mirrors that see what is hidden

 

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Mirrors are crystals and minerals that are found in the class of minerals called sulfides. These minerals are formed from sulfur, or more accurately from hydrogen sulfide. They are usually volcanic in origin. They are normally opaque and have a metallic sheen or luster to them. This mirror like surface is an outward manifestation of the power of these talismans to reflect what is normally hidden

These crystals are excellent aids in knowing yourself, as they help reveal things that you consciously didn’t realize. They reflect you as you are, not as you normally see yourself. They reveal that which is hidden.

They help strip away pretensions, reveal truths, and give you the ability to see things as they really are. They help you to avoid being deceived by appearances. They make good touchstones of veracity. There are really few in circulation. They are relatively unknown except for pyrite, galena, sphalerite, chalcopyrite, and cinnabar.

Mirrors are particularly useful as self-help crystals. Often the first step in self-improvement is to understand how you got to where you are. We need to learn about ourselves before we can make meaningful change. The Mirror crystals are perfectly suited to help you with your efforts to really know yourself and your desires better.  They make excellent meditation crystals. 

 


 

For more information on the power of Mirror crystals, read The Seven Secrets of Crystal Talismans.

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