Chakras and the Stones, Crystals, and Gems that effect them
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Please note this is only a brief partial listing of suggested stones/crystals that aid in the opening, balancing and/or cleansing of the Chakras.  Because the Chakras react to sound and vibration,  various stones will aid in your connectivity and Chakras work. Scientifically each stone has individual characteristics which are measured by; specific gravity, cleavage, fracture, Mohs' hardness, type of crystal system, transparency, refractive index, absorption spectrum, dispersion, pleochrosim, and florescence. Scientifically there are differences  which allow these stones to vibrate and resonate at different frequencies making them more effect for certain uses and applications.

This information is to be used as a resource only and is not to be used by a novice of Crystal Healing.  Use of stones do not take place of medical practices but aids in modern medicine. Always consult a physician. Take care in your use of stones for chakra work.   Please consult one of our professionals (KayAhRa or Reeda offer chakra services) for assistance in choosing the right stones for your individual chakra needs and how to use specific stones.

Combination of certain stones or specific stones for a combination of Chakras may be needed for best results or incorrect combinations may be counterproductive or disruptive.  Some stones are too strong to use all day or all night and should only be used during brief specific meditations. A chakra should be aligned and in balance, not completely open all the time except for the most advanced. Stones should be carried, or worn for the day,  used during a bath, or worn during sleep,  or placed on a head board, or placed at the chakra center during meditation.   Remember to always clean your stones that you use in Chakra work.

One of the best stones for a chakra healer to use, and unfortunately an expensive one, is MOLDAVITE. moldaviteThis is a great stone for anyone who is just getting involved in chakra stone work. MOLDAVITE. opens the chakras to allow you to work on them. Many other stones do the same thing but none seem to have the simple effect of opening as well as this one.  MOLDAVITE is a rare stone as it comes from only one place in the world and was made from a meteorite hitting in Russia in the Moldavi Gorge. It is a very very dark green and looks like a dried up petrified pickle skin. It is usually sold by the gram and is hard to find.

You can use stones to assist in the cleansing, opening, balancing, and healing of the individual chakras. This list is provided for healers and those familiar with the use of stones and the chakras. This is not suggested for beginners but is provided for those with experience.

Crystal KayKayAhRa and Reeda offer consultation services offer the internet/telephone and  person to person stone work is performed in St. Louis, MO

The stones in each listing are in no particular order . . . flourite

H = Heals         B = Balances        O = Opens         S = Stimulates/Activates          P = Protects

First obsidian

Second jasper

Third

Fourth rose quartz

Fifth

Sixth

Seventh

This is copyrighted material.  If you would like to reproduce this in any manner please obtain permission first.
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Crystal KayKayAhRa and Reeda offer consultation services offer the internet/telephone and  person to person stone work is performed in St. Louis, MO