Septarian palm stone
Septarian aka dragon stone palm stone/gallet
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Great stone for public speaking
They are a helpful stone to keep on you if you value your privacy, as they seem to dispel others personal interest in you.
It is helpful to keep a piece in your environment, as this will benefit the energy of the area where you put them.
Their vibration appears to send out a message that deters anyone who might have an unhealthy regard for you.
This allows you to retain your anonymity, free from anyone else's interference in your life and your affairs.
They may help to establish patience and tolerance for others opinions, and are lovely stones to have present at a meditation group.
They are advantageous crystals to keep close to you when you are working with the public.
These unique stones create a harmonious blend of the energies of the heart chakra, with the throat chakra and the third eye chakra
At the same time they encompass within them a strong grounding energy, which will be helpful to everyone in a group situation.
Septaria aka Dragonstones...
Enhance Privacy, Communication Abilities & Group Activities
Septaria have a strong Shamanic influence that will strengthen group activities and stimulate patience and tolerance for the opinions of other people.
Their vibration enhances privacy and they are favorable stones for improving your communication ability. They are interesting stones, with no two pieces exactly the same.
The various minerals that make up these crystals means that their qualities are quite diverse. Each crystal is made up of a combination of different minerals, which makes for a wide variation between pieces.
The metaphysical properties of these stones relate them having interesting and diverse effects within the life of anyone who decides to use them.
Because each of the individual minerals within the stones have a separate effect, they may vary in how strong a particular stone may be for a specific reason.
These crystals are also known by the names Dragonstone, Septeyre and Septarian stone. There are two schools of thought about the meaning of the name Septaria.
🖤Tranquility 🖤Grounding🖤 courage🖤 Balance🖤Stability 🖤 Self Confidence 🖤Nurturing 🖤
Common Healing Properties of Septarian Nodule:
Promotes bravery and courage
Balances and calms fiery attitudes (anger, frustration, etc.)
Connects you with the energies of the fire element
Helps you learn the value and importance self-control
Stabilizes the emotional body
Aid in transformation (physical, emotional, and spiritual)
Helps you to become well-rounded
Assists you in releasing the fear of water or drowning
Lets your inner light shine through to be seen by others
Aids in disorders of the digestive system
Increases joy and happiness
Increases prosperity and abundance
Stabilizes the emotional body
Enhances “attitude of gratitude”
Promotes communication with your inner-self
Encourages a playful relationship with your inner child
Balances the emotions
Relieves intestinal upset
Helps you see the love that you deserve in your life
Helps you to solve your problems by enhancing your multi-tasking abilities and encourages you to consider many different options at once
Colors: Gray or tan with golden yellow jagged areas separated by dark brown or black
Associated Chakras: 1st (Root), 2nd (Sacral)
Zodiac Signs: Taurus, Leo, Virgo, Capricorn, Scorpio
Elements: Earth, Fire
Companion Flowers: Wild Ginger
Companion Essential Oil: Cinnamon
Companion Stone: Golden Calcite
Common Origins: Morocco
Notes: This stone contains Golden Calcite and Brown Aragonite
* Note: There’s a technical geological difference between concretions and nodules, but the septarian shields are commonly called both concretions and nodules.
Septarian Nodule Lore:
Septarian shields are great for peaceful contemplation, but they originated from processes that were not peaceful at all. Way back in the time of the dinosaurs, when water covered a large part of what is now America, volcanic eruptions killed large numbers of tiny sea animals. After their shells sank to the bottom of the sea, mud balls formed around them.
Later, when the seas dried up, the mud balls were left high and dry, and they cracked. But as they say, nature abhors a vacuum; in time, mineral-rich water filled in the cracks with chalky guck. The pretty patterns we see in the geodes we call septarian shields come from the conglomeration of all these sources: whitish calcite from in the center, brown aragonite from the shells, and grey limestone from those primeval mud balls. When you crack one open, you’re seeing a piece of the earth’s history.
Gail Bordonaro - angeleyesshop.com