Natural Crystal Arrow Design Earring Varrities


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Natural Crystal Arrow design earrings handcrafted with complimentary 8mm natural crystal beads and 925 continental hooks. These lovely boho earrings have a drop of approx. 6cm and weigh 7-8.5g depending on the gemstones used.

AUD $59.00 + Shipping

Our first pair: Rock/Clear Quartz and Pearl

Ordinary yet extraordinary, colorful and clear, Quartz crystals are the most common and abundant in the world, comprising the largest and most diverse family in the mineral kingdom. “From ancient times to the present day, quartz crystals have been a source of Light to mankind. Highly valued by spiritual leaders and healers as well as scientists, the unique attributes of quartz have played a key role in mankind’s evolutionary development.” (Baer, R, “Windows of Light” preface)

In the metaphysical world, Clear Quartz (rock quartz) crystals are the supreme gift of Mother Earth. Even the smallest is imbued with the properties of a master healer teacher. Ancients believed these stones to be alive, taking a breath once every hundred years or so, and many cultures thought them to be incarnations of the Divine.

Today’s healers agree, believing crystals are living beings, incredibly old and wise, and willing to communicate when an individual is open and ready to receive. Wearing, carrying, or meditating with a Clear Quartz crystal opens the mind and heart to higher guidance, allowing the realm of Spirit to be transmitted and translated into the world of physical form.

Clear Quartz produces a force field of healing negative ions while clearing the surroundings of positive ions, protecting the aura. It dispels static electricity and cancels out the harmful effects of radiation and radioactivity. [Melody, 505]

Chakra: Crown

Element: Fire

ZodiacClear Quartz is not associated with any zodiac sign, though it has been known to reduce Capricorn’s stubbornness and Leo’s need for power, as well as rendering Gemini more tolerant. [Megemont, 74]