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acidic foods, energy intensity, dk blue, sun heat


Author: Rhiana Moonstar

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Receptive/Projective. All elements. A silicate. Contains water, correlating with our emotions. Clarifies by amplifying and mirroring feelings, buried emotions, desires (including love and passion). Less inhibition, more spontaneity. Crown and Brow chakras. Visualization, imagination, dreams, healing. Easily absorbs, stores emotions and thoughts. Fragile. Fades/cracks in sun, heat, salt, acidic foods. Moisten frequently with water or oil. Some cancel/negate other gems (backfires if not used for good of all). May change color with high energy/intensity people.

White: Balances L/Rt. brain.

"Black"/Dk blue: One of the most potent.

Fire Opals: May stimulate passion, temper, energy.

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