Tumbled Snowflake Obsidian

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Snowflake obsidian is a type of volcanic glass that is formed when molten lava cools rapidly. It is characterized by its black color and unique white or grayish "snowflake" patterns, which are caused by the inclusion of small, white cristobalite crystals.

  1. Grounding and protection: Snowflake obsidian is often used for grounding oneself in the present moment and connecting with the Earth's energy. It is believed to provide a sense of stability and protection, helping to shield against negativity or unwanted influences.

  2. Emotional healing: Snowflake obsidian is thought to assist in healing emotional wounds and traumas. It is believed to bring about a sense of balance and harmony by helping to release negative patterns, resentment, or fear. Some people use it during meditation or energy healing practices to support emotional healing and inner peace.

  3. Self-reflection and self-improvement: The distinctive snowflake patterns in the obsidian are often associated with self-examination and introspection. Snowflake obsidian is believed to help with self-awareness and understanding one's flaws, allowing for personal growth and transformation.

  4. Clearing negative energies: Snowflake obsidian is thought to absorb and transmute negative energies, making it useful for clearing and purifying one's surroundings. It is sometimes used in feng shui practices or placed in living spaces to create a more harmonious and positive environment.

  5. Meditation and spiritual exploration: Many individuals incorporate snowflake obsidian into their meditation or spiritual practices. It is believed to enhance focus, clarity, and spiritual awareness. Some people find that holding or gazing at the crystal during meditation can deepen their connection with their inner self or higher consciousness.

Each order will receive only one stone. These stones are completely natural and vary in size, shape, color and weight

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