Natural stone cabochon : Golden obsidian
Nicknamed the "sorcerer's stone", obsidian has been used since the dawn of time for magical practices. The particularity of the golden obsidian stone is of course its fine golden particles which make it spectacular and bewitching.
Dimensions: 4.5 cm x 2.5 cm (at the widest) - Flat bottom
- acts as a protective shield
- repels negative energies
- helps to reveal hidden talents
- dissipates emotional blockages
- guides on the path to spiritual awakening
- improves communication
- strengthens self-confidence
- develops wisdom and open-mindedness
- promotes sympathy, love and friendship
(to be avoided by hyper sensitive people, the power of this stone could have a negative effect)
- fights against negative behaviour;
- increases determination and ambition;
- helps to become aware of one's physical potential;
- facilitates rest, recovery and regeneration.
Chakras : root
Divinities : Itzpapalotla - Tezcatlipoca
Cleansing: sage fumigation (1 to 2 times a year)
Recharging : Sun - Quartz cluster - Amethyst geode
Description: The golden obsidian stone is a variety of obsidian strewn with fine golden flakes. It is formed when gas bubbles from lava flows become trapped within the crystal system. The impurities in the gas are transformed into golden flakes, giving it an almost magical shiny appearance. The main deposits of golden obsidian are found in South America, Mexico, Afghanistan, the United States and Japan.
Description: The obsidian stone celestial eye results from the contact between water and lava, when this one pours in a lake or an ocean. This stone is a vitreous rock of volcanic origin. The iron and magnesium collected in large quantities reveal a mixture of dark green, brown, black and purple hues. The most important obsidian sediments are found in Mexico and India.
Under no circumstances should minerals be used as a substitute for medical treatment. The indications and various properties that can be found in lithotherapy are mainly based on tradition, for effects that are generally observed, but not scientifically verified. In case of medical problems, only your doctor is entitled to make a diagnosis and to prescribe a treatment.