Explore the feng shui properties of the most popular crystals and stones - letters "P" to "Z" - and see which energy is most suited to your home (or your own personal energy). Enjoy!
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Water, purity, fluid motion and rare beauty are just some of the energy attributes of pearls. Subtle nourishment, flow and flexibility are pearl's qualities, too. There are certainly differences between freshwater and saltwater pearls, but their essence is very similar. I have never seen a wild pearl, but am sure its energy will be different - much more potent and unique. Even though the highest priced, ideal pearls are the wild, perfectly round ones, any shape of pearls.
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he shiny pyrite wakes up any space in a matter of seconds. Highly energizing and freely sharing its optimistic energy, a good quality pyrite is a must for your feng shui collection of crystals and stones. Initially thought to be gold, pyrite is also known by the name of fool's gold.
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Rose quartz is one of the most popular crystals in healing, jewelry, as well as feng shui. Famous for attracting and keeping love, rose quartz is also used when it comes to healing one's heart from pain and disappointment.
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An expression of the fiery energy of the sun and the royal blood, the ruby has been a symbol or nobility and royalty for as long as there are records about this beautiful stone. The captivating ruby has been used to inspire passion, devotion, to bring prosperity and protection, as well as keep one healthy and beautiful.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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The popularity of the smoky quartz crystal is due not only to its gorgeous look, but also to its affordability and the energy it provides. Grounding in an uplifting kind of way, the smoky quartz also provides a subtle energy of protection and balance. Just as with the citrine crystal, it is important to choose a natural smoky quartz (not a heat treated one).
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The mysterious deep blue sapphire has been fascinating and inspiring humanity for as long as there are records of its existence. Infused with the power of integrity, strength and wisdom, sapphire has been used by people in power since ancient times. Sapphire comes from the Greek sappheiros meaning blue colour, it has the deepest blue of all mineral kingdom.
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Tigers eye is a very protective stone. It has a powerful, dynamic energy with a watchful quality to it. After all, there is a reason this stone is called tigers eye! Specific colours of your tigers eye stone - from golden yellow to deep reds - will express, in different degrees, a strengthening and grounding energy. Tigers eye also has a mystical, opalescent quality to it.
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Tourmaline is one of the rare gemstones that come in all colours of the rainbow. In fact, its name - tourmaline (from thuramali in the language of Sri Lankan people) originally applied to a variety of multi colour stones. Today the name tourmaline includes a group of 27 minerals, with the most popular ones being the Schorl tourmaline (black and deep blue coloured stones) and the Elbaite tourmaline.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Turquoise is a beautiful stone that appears in a stream of heavenly colours - from aqua blue to light azure green. It has a pure and uplifting energy, like clear waters in a most ideal natural setting. The beauty of turquoise has been highly prized for centuries in various cultures. Because of its heavenly energy, turquoise is believed to provide not only protection from any negativity, but also a clear connection to the purity of natural elements, especially water and air.
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