Amazonite

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Self-love . Manifestation . Eloquence . Integrity . Playfulness . Clairvoyance . Clarity . Prophecy . Psychic Vision . Optimism

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Referred to as the “Stone of Hope” Amazonite is an excellent manifestation tool. Embracing the fluid energy of water, this stone guides you to overcome setbacks, obstacles & challenges that present themselves along your life’s journey. It works by clearing away fears, doubts, & worries & replacing lower vibrational energy with positivity, optimism & hope & in so, acts as a tool to help you change your perspective & flip the script when you are feeling stuck or close to giving up. A soothing stone, it calms the brain & nervous system & aids in maintaining optimum health. Balances the masculine & feminine energies, helping you to see both sides of a problem or different points of view. It soothes emotional trauma, alleviating worry & fear. Dispels negative energy, aggravation & blockages within the nervous system. Amazonite is associated with female warriors. It is said to have adorned the shields of Amazonian tribal women warriors (“Amazons”) hailing from roughly 10th century B.C.

Referred to as the “Stone of Hope” Amazonite is an excellent manifestation tool. Embracing the fluid energy of water, this stone guides you to overcome setbacks, obstacles & challenges that present themselves along your life’s journey. It works by clearing away fears, doubts, & worries & replacing lower vibrational energy with positivity, optimism & hope & in so, acts as a tool to help you change your perspective & flip the script when you are feeling stuck or close to giving up. A soothing stone, it calms the brain & nervous system & aids in maintaining optimum health. Balances the masculine & feminine energies, helping you to see both sides of a problem or different points of view. It soothes emotional trauma, alleviating worry & fear. Dispels negative energy, aggravation & blockages within the nervous system. Amazonite is associated with female warriors. It is said to have adorned the shields of Amazonian tribal women warriors (“Amazons”) hailing from roughly 10th century B.C.