Quartz is the “Master Healer” and “Stone of Power!” Quartz has a very high vibration that amplifies and purifies our energy and intentions. It raises consciousness towards enlightenment and cleanses us on every level. It is the most powerful healing stone in the crystal kingdom because of its unique helical spiral formation. Its clarity is created from every color of the rainbow enabling it to assist us with any mental, spiritual and physical ailment that prevents us from being the best version of ourselves. It also possesses the wonderful ability to amplify any other crystal it is near enhancing that crystal's energy and vibration!
Angelite is the “Stone of Awareness” that assists in uniting us with our Angels enabling us to feel their presence and receive their messages and guidance. A powerful stone for healers, Angelite strengthens attunement, heightens perceptions and raises both our personal vibration and level of consciousness. Angelite transmutes our emotional pains, fears, anxieties and anger into compassion, understanding and forgiveness so we can remove the toxic energy we have been holding onto that does not serve a higher purpose. It opens our Throat Chakra encouraging us to concisely and effectively speak our truth from the heart. Angelite inspires our spirituality by connecting us to Universal knowledge and helping us return to feeling whole and connected.
Hematite is extremely effective at keeping us grounded. When emotions run high or the stress of everyday life has you at your breaking point, use Hematite to balance these emotions and keep yourself grounded and focused on your goals. A very supportive stone for women, Hematite boosts self-esteem, invigorates willpower and radiates confidence, while removing self-imposed limitations and doubt. Hematite is a protective stone that eliminates negativity from our Aura returning us to a harmonious state. In addition, it stimulates our ability to concentrate and focus, heightens our memory and organizes our thoughts. Hematite helps us come to terms with our past mistakes and regrets persuading us to see them not as disasters, but as learning experiences and opportunities for growth.
Buddha is the term commonly used to refer to Siddhartha Gautama, the man whose path to enlightenment created what is generally referred to as Buddhism. The literal meaning of Buddha is "awakened" or "one who has become aware". In Buddhism a Buddha is any being who has become fully enlightened having overcome all emotional states such as anger, jealousy, greed and ignorance. Once one is liberated from the endless cycle of birth, suffering and death they are said to achieve Nirvana. In addition, the Buddha serves to remind us to be compassionate towards ourselves and others.