Collector Set of 4 Wands (Rose Quartz, Lapis Lazuli, Tiger's Eye, Labradorite)

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This amazing set of 4 gemstone wands includes: RosRose Quartz, Lapis Lazuli, Tiger's Eye and Labradorite.

Wands are approx 5-6cm (2 - 2.5 inches) in length.

This collection is available for a limited time at a very special discount price (normally a set of 4 crystals would cost around $120) but when you purchase the entire set you get the whole collection for just over $12 per crystal. You will not find a better price then this anywhere.

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Regarding Gemstone Wands

Since ancient times, crystal and gemstone wands have been used for healing all over the world. Today, wands are still a common healing tool used by massage therapist, meridian therapist, reiki energy healers, and meditators.

Wands come in many different shapes and sizes, and also in many varieties of stones. Wands may be long or short, and the cylinder can be smooth or faceted. The elongated shape of a wand allows the stone to direct it's healing energy in a straight line. The wand's point will focus the crystal's energy so that it may be used on a specific area of the body.

Methods of Healing:

Wands can be used in many different ways to heal. They can be used to heal the entire body or aura, or they can be used on a specific area of the body and even on a particular chakra. They may also be used to scan the auric field to locate blockages, and then purify them. Massaging the body with a gemstone wand helps to release tension from the body, while the stone's healing energy is transferred to the body. Pointed wands are used in reflexology by holding the stone's point at certain pressure points on the hands and feet, to heal ailments in particular areas of the body.

Choosing Your Wand:

Wands come in a variety of gemstones and crystals, so there are many types of wands to choose from. Different stones have different healing energies and effect the body, aura, and chakras differently. So it is nice to have a variety of wands to use for a variety of different purposes. You might choose to build a collection of wands made from a variety of gemstones.

When selecting a wand to use for a specific purpose, you should choose one made from a gemstone that is suitable to your intention. It is good to know a little about the healing properties of different gemstones so that you are able to select a stone that resonates best with the purpose that you wish to use it. For example; clear quartz stone is excellent for gathering, storing, directing, and transmitting energy. A clear quartz wand is a good stone for beginners because it can help to heal any ailment on any area of the body or aura.

Get To Know Your Wand:

It is a good idea to spend some time with your wand to become familiar with its energy and to harmonize with it. The better you know your wand, the better it will work for you. You may want to hold it while you meditate, or sit with it while feeling its shape, texture, and weight as you visually examine it. Spending time with your wand will help you become attuned to it and you will also be receiving it's healing energies at the same time.

Programming:

The power of one's intention drives the energy of a wand, so it is a good idea to program your wand for its intended purpose, especially if it is specific. If you have chosen a stone that fits the healing properties of your intention, the wand should easily accept programming.

Cleansing and Recharging:

Crystal and gemstone wands should always be cleansed and recharged after each use. It is very important, especially when used on multiple people or for multiple purposes. The easiest and most efficient way to cleanse a wand is to soak it in water for 12 to 24 hours. (Make sure first that your stone is not one that can be damaged by water.) Then you may recharge your wand by leaving it in the sun for an hour or so, or leave it out under moonlight for an entire night, which works best when the moon is full.

Healing:

There is no right or wrong way to work with a wand. When working with wands, whether or not you are using them for healing, is important to listen to your intuition. As you work with your wand, you will eventually come up with a method which works best for you.

Regarding Tiger's Eye:

A type of quartz in the group of chalcedonies. Special because of chatoyancy which gives it the band of light through the centre which is what makes it resemble a Tiger’s Eye or a cat’s eye. This stone is a combination of both solar energy and earth energy making it a very grounding stone.

Physical Healing Properties: Helpful with eye diseases and issues as well as night vision. It can help with digestion and the digestive system. Broken bones can also benefit from Tiger’s Eye energy.

Emotional Healing Properties: Excellent for grounding, protection and security. Inspires courage and motivation to go after your dreams. It can also help relieve depression and anxiety helping you see clearly. Tiger’s Eye is also effective in releasing worry and inner turmoil.

Chakras: Connected with the solar plexus chakra and the crown chakra.

Astrological signs: Associated with Leo, Pisces and Saggitarius.

History: Throughout history, Tiger’s Eye has been regarded as a stone of wealth and prosperity. Ancient Egyptians used Tiger’s Eye as the eyes in their statues of deities like Ra, the sun god. Roman soldiers carried it while going into battle for strength. It’s also been used as a spiritual protector much like the evil eye that wards of evil influences.

How to use it: For grounding, place a piece of Tiger’s Eye on your naval area over your solar plexus chakra. You can also place a piece in your home or in your wallet or purse to attract more wealth and prosperity into your life.

Tiger's Eye Meaning via CrystalGemstones.net

Regarding Rose Quartz:

Rose quartz is a popular stone found all around the world that heals the heart with its gentle, yet powerful loving and peaceful energy. This rose coloured stone not only assists in healing the physical heart but the emotional aspect of our selves including matters of the heart as well.

Physical Healing Properties: Since rose quartz is connected to the heart, it also aids blood flow and circulation which is essential for overall health and wellness. Rose quartz can also help heal other areas in the chest such as the lungs. Rose quartz is effective in calming the entire nervous system, reducing stress. It also has a positive effect on the kidneys and adrenal glands. It can even be used to aid in fertility for those trying to conceive.

Emotional Healing Properties: Rose quartz teaches us about unconditional love. Love ourselves and love for other people and beings. It helps us gain acceptance of our perceived flaws and imperfections to realize that we are always worthy of love. Beneficial in times of trauma providing healing on the deepest level. Purifies the heart that is heavy from emotional recovery, grief or sadness. Assists us in expressing our emotions to flow through us and to be patient with ourselves.

Chakras: In our subtle energy body, rose quartz is connected to the heart chakra which is the energy centre representing the heart, emotions and love.

Astrological signs: Rose quartz is connected with Libra and Taurus since both of these signs are all about love and harmony.

History: Rose quartz dates back to 7000 BC in Mesopotamia which is now Iraq. Even back then people believed in the healing powers of this beautiful crystal and used it for various purposes. It was used in potions and elixirs as well as in talismans and jewelry. The Egyptians thought the stone held anti-ageing powers while the Romans used rose quartz to signify ownership. There have even been facial masks with rose quartz in them found in ancient Egyptian tombs and goddess Isis used it to keep her appearance youthful and beautiful. Rose Quartz beads have been found in Iraq which shows that it could have been used in jewelry much like it is today. In Greek mythology, it's said that the blood of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and her lover Adonis fell on the white quartz crystal making it pink. In another tale it's said that Cupid and Eros hoped that the stone would help others find love and peace. In Tibet and China rose quartz has been seen as a symbol of good luck and love since 600 BC.

How to use it: You can wear rose quartz in necklaces, bracelets, earrings and more. Placing rose quartz in your home, specifically on your bedside table is a great idea. You can also put a piece in your pocket, wallet or bag that you carry with you when you go out. To meditate with rose quartz simply hold the rose quartz over your heart in your hand or place it on your heart while lying down to receive it's peaceful, loving energy. Placing rose quartz in your bath is also a wonderful addition to your self-care routine, and you can even infuse your water with rose quartz energy by placing a large piece at the bottom of your water jug and then straining the water out.

Rose Quartz Meaning via CrystalGemstones.net

Regarding Labradorite:

Labradorite is a beautiful, iridescent bluish grey feldspar with hints of gold, green, purple and white. Often compared to the Aurora Borealis because of how different colours shine when it’s placed under light. A very mystical and protective stone that prevents energy leakage and acts as a barrier to negative energy.

Physical Healing Properties: Helpful in healing warts, colds and gout. Treats eye disorders and brain disorders. It can also help in figuring out the root causes of a disease or disorder. Balances hormones, metabolism and alleviates stress and anxiety.

Emotional Healing Properties: Labradorite balances emotions and chakras as well as the subconscious and conscious mind. Helps protect the aura by creating a strong shield or barrier around a person. Protects you from projections and judgements coming from others. Gives you strength and wisdom through transformational periods.

Chakras: Related to the crown chakra and higher consciousness. It’s a very mystical stone that carries spiritual wisdom.

Astrological signs: Connected with Sagittarius, Scorpio and Leo.

History: Labradorite was found in the Isle of Paul in 1770 and was named after Labrador in Canada. As time went on, people called the special optical effect it shows labradorescence. Inuit legends say that the Northern Lights have been encapsulated in these stones to shine forever. It’s also said to bring a person light so that they can hear their own inner voice clearly.

How to use it: Wear labradorite as a pendant to keep your aura cleansed and protected. You can also place labradorite in your home for protection. Place it on your third eye or crown chakra on the top of your head to activate these energy centres.

Labradorite Meaning via CrystalGemstones.net

Regarding Lapis Lazuli:

Opalite (Merlinite) is an intuitive, magical, and spiritual stone that’s great for meditation and connecting to the spiritual realm. Its energy grabs you and helps to pull your energy down toward the earth’s core, so you can stay focused to overcome distractions.

Physical Healing Properties: Opalite is good for survival instincts and sexual energy. It is a powerful aid in healing illnesses and conditions that are related to the heart and the intestines. It can also give relief to headaches, stabilize the nervous system and is especially helpful with the circulatory and respiratory systems.

Emotional Healing Properties: Opalite is calming and helps to develop patience. It helps you to realize that your desires don’t always match your needs, but that the universe will provide you with the people, experiences, and lessons you need.

Spiritual Healing Properties: Opalite is a magical stone that is good for all psychic abilities, flow, magic, yin/yang balance and accessing Akashic Records. It holds the imprint of the combined knowledge of alchemists, shamans, and other workers of magic. It attracts teachers, visitors and other clear messages into your dreams and meditations, making it an excellent stone for intuitive learning and connecting with higher consciousness. It forces you to recall memories and patterns that you have kept hidden.

Chakras: Brow Astrological signs: Pisces

History: Opalite (Merlinite) is named after the wizard Merlin because of its ability to attract magical and mystical experiences to anyone who wears it.

How to use it: Wear Opalite around the neck or place the stone behind the ear to help access past lives.

Brilliant bright blue stone with a rich history. It even includes some other stones such as pyrite which gives it beautiful gold specks, calcite and lazurite.

Physical Healing Properties: Lapis lazuli can boost the immune system help to prevent illness, and it is also beneficial for the ears and hearing. It’s also believed to be able to help in repairing muscles and the skeletal system. Migraines can also be eased with some lapis lazuli. It’s also great for the throat area and the thymus gland.

Emotional Healing Properties: This beautiful blue stone helps ease depression and anxiety because it harmonizes all aspects of self. It releases stress and brings deep peace as well as a great sleep. Excellent for gaining spiritual insight and wisdom, activating personal power and inner truth. It also blocks any attacks and promotes protection and safety.

Chakras: Associated with the Third Eye and Throat chakra. Both of these chakras have to do with gaining insight to know and speak our truth.

Astrological signs: Related to Sagittarius.

History: The history of lapis lazuli goes back over 6,500 years and was found and held sacred by cultures in Egypt, China, Mesopotamia, Greece, and Rome along with other blue gems like sapphire and turquoise. Lapis Lazuli was mainly found in Badakshan, Afghanistan as far back as 700 BC when the area was called Bactria. These same mines are still producing lapis lazuli today, and it’s the oldest commercial source for crystals and gems. It has always been used in jewelry, but it was also used to make practical items like bowls and combs. It was also used as a paint pigment when crushed up which is why older paintings are known for the bright blue pigment that doesn’t seem to fade with time.

How to use it: Place on the throat or the third eye or wear in a pendant over the throat.

Lapis Lazuli Meaning via CrystalGemstones.net

Collector Set of 4 Wands (Rose Quartz Lapis Lazuli Tigers Eye Labradorite)
Collector Set of 4 Wands (Rose Quartz Lapis Lazuli Tigers Eye Labradorite)
Collector Set of 4 Wands (Rose Quartz Lapis Lazuli Tigers Eye Labradorite)