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Danburite is a wonderful stone not too dissimilar to Topaz in its crystalline makeup. A fairly young gem in terms of geology, it was only discovered in 1839. There are no historical records to suggest that it was ever used in any religious ceremonies or devotional practices but has grown in popularity over the years. Danburite has a strong affinity to the Angelic Kingdom, and can be used to initiate connection to these divine guardians.
Here is what the Crystal Oversouls have to say about this precious crystal "The Danburite Oversoul serves to remind our hearts and minds of the endless and unexpected possibilities we have at our disposal. The mandala of the Oversoul is vast and nearly beyond comprehension. Just by visiting its temple, our crown chakra expands and remembers its divine purpose: to receive the higher light and then to spread this light throughout the fabric of our being. The temple is magnificent, white and sparkly, a place welcoming all who seek connection to the source. 8 beings, the Oversoul of Danburite, greet us with penetrating eyes, not meaning to judge us in any way but to see what it is we are here for. The beings look like luminous Danburites themselves.
They ask us to rest on a table intricately carved from the mineral, and when we are prepared they form a mandala around us while spreading their wings. They sing a song at such a high tone that we can only feel its vibrations. We experience multiple layers of our cells opening and aligning to a subtle and energetic awareness of being touched by the divine.
We experience an underlying unity behind creation. The sounds created by the Danburite beings carry the released energy off; they disappear with the song and its waves upon waves until they are no more.
We come to an awakened consciousness where all parts of our being are held in complete unity" Crystal Oversoul cards Attunements for Lightworkers by Michael Eastwood