Chalcedony

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Chalcedony is light blue and can have grayish tones and / or white bands. Chalcedony represents air and water and helps one to listen and communicate in an understanding way. It encourages communication with humans, animals, plants, and all energies of life. It improves ones perception of feelings and needs to promote self awareness and lightheartedness. It is great for the throat chakra. This stone is perfect for children and adults that work with children because it helps with understanding, empathy, maintaining calm, and communication.  Chalcedony brings you to enjoy and experience life without judgement; it helps you stop comparing to others and reduce jealousy. Chalcedony also aids telepathic and clairvoyant abilities. Copyright © DeMarco,J. (2019) High Vibes Crystal Healing. Florida: Llewellyn Publishing

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Chalcedony

chakra - 5th Chakra

Chalcedony is light blue and can have grayish tones and / or white bands. Chalcedony represents air and water and helps one to listen and communicate in an understanding way. It encourages communication with humans, animals, plants, and all energies of life. It improves ones perception of feelings and needs to promote self awareness and lightheartedness. It is great for the throat chakra. This stone is perfect for children and adults that work with children because it helps with understanding, empathy, maintaining calm, and communication.  Chalcedony brings you to enjoy and experience life without judgement; it helps you stop comparing to others and reduce jealousy. Chalcedony also aids telepathic and clairvoyant abilities. Copyright © DeMarco,J. (2019) High Vibes Crystal Healing. Florida: Llewellyn Publishing

Stone is carefully chosen, spiritually cleansed and packaged with an abundance of gratitude and high vibe positive energy. 

 Crystal #21, page 61, of Jolie DeMarco's book High Vibes Crystal Healing  by Llewellyn Publishing  

***Size is similar to a quarter, (as pictured) varies due to the cut and structure of the stone.