Elestial Quartz

Elestial Quartz

The original meaning of Elestial Quartz is a transluscent gemstone with a smoky interior. They were first discovered in Africa and known as the gift from the Angels :-) More commonly defined, Elestial crystals are usually a combination of two crystals growing (with natural terminations) over the body and face of an etched and/or layered crystal. … [Read more...]

RARE Ocean Kyanite – Connecting Earth, Water & Sky

RARE Ocean Kyanite – Connecting Earth, Water & Sky

Ocean Kyanite.....what can I say. It is the rarest Kyanite on our beautiful planet (that is available to the public) and it has the most incredible energy. Worn or used with the Higher Heart chakra, it filled me with absolute connection, confidence and ability. It is my favourite of the Kyanites by far. Unfortunately, it is one of the most … [Read more...]

Turquoise ~ The Traveller’s Stone

Turquoise ~ The Traveller’s Stone

Turquoise ~ such a beautiful colour and such a beautiful stone!  There are so many different variations and colours of Turquoise, but for general purposes and the ease of writing a blog that doesn't take all day........ I'll try and stick to those that are most readily available in the market today. The word turquoise comes from the old French … [Read more...]

Kyanite ~ Master Bridge Crystal

Kyanite ~ Master Bridge Crystal

Kyanite is one of my personal favourites. Although Kyanite takes its name from the Greek word kyanos, meaning deep blue, there have since been discoveries of many other colours ~ black, orange, green and pink. ALL of them are amazing to work with! It is a dual strength crystal and I can feel this energetically when working with it ~ it works on our … [Read more...]

Blue Obsidian

Blue Obsidian

There has been a lot of controversy around Blue Obsidian, because the majority of it available in today's market is man made in China. Anything man made does have an energy that is different to the natural stone - but it still has an energy. And it is still created from natural products....after all, glass is made of sand and sand is ground stone, … [Read more...]