You will receive one stone measuring approximately 0.75" - 1" long.
Specimens are made of natural Quartz and may feature internal fractures or inclusions inherent to the growth patterns of the stone.
Metaphysical Properties, Uses, and Meaning of Quartz Shiva Lingam
The Shape of Birth, Life and Rebirth
The egg-shaped gemstone represents birth within the Universe. There is a magnificent balance which can be found through this shape as it resonates to the true core of your essence. When you work with the Shiva Lingam shape, you feel a constant swirl of self-awareness that sparks your creative interest, touches the core of your soul, and motivates you to get in touch with your inspiring delights in life. The more you work with this gemstone the more you feel yourself being in tune with the pulse of the Universe.
Quartz is a fantastic stone whose wide range of metaphysical properties and powers make it the perfect focal stone for seeking mental clarity, amplifying the strength of other stones, and bringing balance to your Chakras. Quartz is a stone that helps us let go of stressful and chaotic energies, allowing us the grace to turn our minds toward what is really important. It brings cleansing energies to help repair spiritual wounds, irritations, and resentments. Quartz helps us to achieve balance within our 3 Bodies, sparks creativity, heightens spiritual awareness, and opens the mind to receive knowledge. It is a stone for bringing out full potential, not just in those who work with it, but also in stones which are used in tandem with the crystal. Quartz can amplify the energy and vibrations of other stones, magnifying their effects and intensifying your rituals or meditative states.
Quartz is a clear to white crystal, known for its internal fractures and inclusions of other minerals. There are many types of Quartz, due to the stone’s versatility. Extremely clear types of Quartz are known as Optical Quartz, Optic Quartz, Rock Crystal, Berg Crystal, Alaska Diamond, Alencon Diamond, Herkimer Diamond, or Unripe Diamond. Quartz is, of course, not actually a Diamond, but the comparison speaks to the widespread love and appreciation of the stone.