A sublime Tanzanite offset with two Moldavites. Set in slightly beaten silver with an 18ct gold holding for the Tanzanite. Size N
Tanzanite is a valuable ally in metaphysics. It helps one utilise the often troublesome relationship between heart and mind as well as activating and stimulating the Third Eye. Tanzanite can help awaken ones inner vision and with this a deep rooted trust and faith in ones own intuition.
Here is what the Crystal Oversouls have to say about this stone: Tanzanite: Within the crown and eighth chakras above the head are seeds and codes that carry our original blueprint. These seeds and codes are often inactive and await a time when they are needed. When activated through meditation or healing with Tanzanite a profound awakening takes place. Intuition is heightened, as we perceive the past, moment and future simultaneously, it is like having a 360 degree vision above the head.
During Atlantis and Lemuria the crown and eighth chakras were more closely linked with the pineal gland playing a more active role. The ability to access infinite cosmic vibrations, inter-species communication, telepathy and the ability to direct energies are immeasurably enhanced.
Here is what the Crystal Oversoul Attunement cards say about Moldavite. "There are times in most peoples’ lives where a leap of faith is called for. Moldavite is the perfect crystal companion during such times. Its energy encourages flexibility, spontaneity and dexterity. With this stone’s energy by our side we know we can achieve our goals. We take the necessary actions certain that the right set of opportunities are at hand. We are able to follow our inner guidance as we have cultivated the ability to listen to the signs from an intuitive level. We have examined our motives and desires and know that what we are creating is in our best interest, it will bring us pleasure.
There are endless possibilities with Moldavite as it encourages us to expand our horizons and open our mind to new experiences" Text copyright "the Crystal Oversoul Attunements" published by Findhorn Press 2011.