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Green Flame Green Smithsonite Cluster
Description: Extremely beautiful and natural Green Smithsonite Cluster. Smithsonite benefits the overall mood and emotion by balancing and inducing a sense of serenity and peace. Holding or wearing Smithsonite helps restore depleted vitality and lifts sagging spirits. It relieves stress and brings a focus back to the center heart. You will receive the exact item shown.
Source: 79 Mine, Dripping Spring Mountains, Gila County, Arizona
Size: 55 x 40 x 30 mm. Weighs 92 grams.(2.2 x 1.6 x 1.2 inches. Wt: 3.2 ounces.)
Primary Uses: Smithsonite is an amulet stone of tranquility, peace, and protection from the undesirable elements of life. Smithsonite balances the chakras and improves psychic powers. It assists you in connecting with and comprehending your intuitive skills. It aids in the reduction of stress and the prevention of a nervous breakdown.
This crystal will be put through the Green Flame Ceremony, performed by one of our Crystal Masters, on September 15th. The Green Flame is a powerful alchemist tool that can come to our aid in dealings with issues of finance, security, wealth, retirement savings, paying bills, and funding the life we need for ourselves and our families.
The Green Flame draws energy from Jupiter, and we honor that with the Green Flame Ceremony on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
This Smithsonite will be attuned to the Green Flame on September 15th, 2022. Smithsonite is a stone that brings energies of favorable outcomes. The Green Flame Green Smithsonite is sure to make you luckier and bring you favor from the Universe.
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Talismans or Amulet: Smithsonite is a Seeker Builder Crystal. Seeker Builder crystals are used to focus your efforts to achieve a highly desirable goal. Finding your true love, getting your perfect home, or having a financially secure retirement are all dreams that take a great deal of focus and energy to accomplish. Smithsonite is a perfect aid for such efforts. Smithsonite crystals are primarily used for their Buffer power by augmenting your personal strength, physical energy, and vitality to deal with the demands of the busy world. They give your heart a place of repose and calm, and the strength to keep it.
Color Energy: With its green color, Smithsonite is the natural birthstone of people born in the heart of spring (April 20–May 20).
Feng Shui: Green Smithsonite provides Wood Energy. Wood energy is traditionally associated with the East and Southeast areas of a home or room. It is associated with the Family and Health area and the Prosperity and Abundance area. Wood energy is vital to your well-being It is associated with family, ancestors, and community. Use this stone in the East area of a room or home if you want to keep Qui, the Universal Life Force flowing properly there. Green Smithsonite will enhance energy flow aiding your efforts that are devoted to enhancing family and community.
Healing: Smithsonite is one of the crystal healing master stones. It is also the communication crystal useful for those who have a fear of public speaking. It has the ability to make a speaker more eloquent, loving, creative and honest. Smithsonite enhances serenity, empathy, positive thinking, and sensitivity to ancient wisdom. It opens up the connections between friends and allowing love to flow in those communications, which strengthens the friendship bond.
Zodiac: In the Modern Zodiac, Smithsonite is associated with those born under the sign of Sagittarius during the period from Nov 22 – Dec 20. Wikipedia tells us Sagittarius is the ninth astrological sign in the Zodiac, originating from the constellation of Sagittarius. In western astrology, the sign is no longer aligned with the constellation as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. Sagittarius is classed as a Positive or masculine, extrovert sign.
Meditation: Smithsonite is used to bring a sense of peace, protection, and serenity. Highly recommended.
Other Information: Smithsonite was named after James Smithson who funded the founding of the Smithsonian Institute in the United States.