Black Tourmaline, known as a grounding stone, is believed to foster a connection between the Earth and the human spirit, aiding in the removal of negative energies within a person or a space.
As a protective stone, Black Tourmaline is said to repel and block negative energies and psychic attacks, making it a shield against unwanted external influences.
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To care for Black Tourmaline, it's recommended to cleanse it regularly under running water, and recharge it in the sun or under the moonlight to maintain its energy and effectiveness.
The ultimate grounding stone and the primary crystal for protection. Black tourmaline shields and deflects negative energies while also working on removing internal conflicts. Black Tourmaline encourages self-confidence, positive thoughts and promotes self-love. The ideal stone for facing the world as your true, unapologetic self.
Approx. size 5-7cm
Black Tourmaline will cleanse, purify, and transform dense energy into a lighter vibration.
Ancient magicians relied upon Black Tourmaline, known as Schorl, to protect them from earth demons as they cast their spells. Today this stone is still revered as a premier talisman of protection, a psychic shield deflecting and dispelling negative energies, entities, or destructive forces.
It guards against radiation and environmental pollutants, and is highly useful in purifying and neutralizing one’s own negative thoughts and internal conflicts, and turning them into positive, usable energy.
Black Tourmaline is also a powerful grounding stone, electrical in nature, providing a connection between Earth and the human spirit. Its supportive energy aligns the energy centers of the body and channels healing light throughout the system.
Black Tourmaline promotes a sense of power and self-confidence, allowing for a clearer, more objective view of the world. It is empowering to those who must live or work in challenging environments or when facing difficult circumstances.
Although Tourmaline may be found on every continent, fine crystal specimens and gems are still considered rare and can be quite expensive. Its vast popularity as a gemstone began in 1876 when mineralogist and jeweler George Kunz sold a Green Tourmaline from Maine to the famous Tiffany and Co. in New York, and its desirability spread. More recently it has become a favorite of metaphysical collectors and practitioners for its versatile energy properties. (Crystal Vaults)