Citrine Birthstone Necklace
Natural faceted Citrine claw set sterling silver pendant on a 45cm sterling silver chain. The gemstones used in these pieces are approximately 7mm x 5mm. Citrine is the birthstone for November.
KEY WORDS: Manifestation, personal will, mental clarity, creativity
CHAKRAS: Root (1st), Sexual/Creative (2nd), Solar Plexus (3rd)
PHYSICAL: Energetically supports digestion, metabolism, weight loss
EMOTIONAL: Stimulates optimism, playfulness, decisiveness in difficult situations
SPIRITUAL: Enhances creative imagination, manifestation through the will
CITRINE is a silicon dioxide mineral, a member of the Quartz group with a hexagonal crystal system and a hardness of 7. Its yellow pigmentation is derived from iron. The name Citrine comes from the French word citron, meaning lemon. Citrine deposits have been found in Brazil, Africa, Madagascar, Spain, Russia, France, Scotland and the USA.
Citrine opens the inner doors to increased clarity of thought, enhanced creativity and magnified powers of will and manifestation. It is one of the premier stones for the second chakra and can awaken the powers of creative imagination. It helps one turn toward the time stream from the future, opening the self beyond what has been into the realm of what can be.
Citrine, in both natural and heated forms, stimulates imagination through three portals—the second, third and sixth chakras. The vibratory resonance of Citrine activates and harmonizes these three energy centers, all of which are necessary to the process of creative imagination. Citrine activates the thinking process and enhances mental clarity, as well as the visionary function through which inner images appear. Through the second chakra, Citrine stimulates the creative function, the wellspring from which new potentials are born. Through the third chakra, Citrine generates the human dynamo of personal will.
Citrine works synergistically with Heliodor, Golden Labradorite, Imperial Topaz, Zincite, Orange Calcite and Carnelian.
Source: The Pocket Book Of Stones by Robert Simmons