You have of store credit. To use it, simply place your order and you will be able to choose store credit as the payment method when it comes time to pay for your order.
This deeply blue-green coloured mineral was once called "green turquoise" before being distinguished as a mineral of its own. This strong copper bearing mineral was also used as a caustic application for wounds, ulcers, sore eyes and as a very dangerous emetic. The name comes from the Greek chrysos meaning gold, and kolla meaning glue in allusion to the name of the material used to solder gold, first used by Theophrastus in 315 BCE.
The Oversoul of Chrysocolla attunes us to the feminine side of our consciousness. The mandala of the Oversoul is a vivid turquoise blue, built up from many layers of subtle geometric shapes. The effect is overwhelmingly beautiful. There are 8 beings that reflect the Oversouls consciousness who greet us with such tender expression in their eyes. They invite us to enter, with them by our side, the mandala. Inside we adjust our eyes to the vibrant turquoise light that bathes the interior. We see ahead a temple complex that looks to our eyes like a temple made of large steps. The beings guide us to climb the steps to the apex. Having arrived on top we are surrounded by the beings that now create a mandala of brilliant light. They start to sing in a sound that is familiar to us and recalls another time in human history. The sound starts to make us sway and add our sounds to theirs. The melodies create a force field of turquoise light, penetrating our aura and opening us towards exquisite feelings. Any tensions we are carrying in our body and especially our throat chakra are released with the light emanating from the beings that penetrates ancient layers of our being. We feel fully connected with our inner feminine energy. Soft nurturing and supportive feelings arise from the depths of our consciousness. We feel exquisitely vulnerable within our own skin. Words by Michael Eastwood taken from the Crystal Oversoul Attunements published by Inner Traditions Bear and Co.