Pink Tourmaline Sterling Silver Ring
Natural Pink Tourmaline set in sterling silver bezel on sterling silver band. The stone are between 6mm and 9mm in height and between 6mm and 8mm in width.
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KEY WORDS Love, emotional healing
CHAKRAS Heart (4th)
PHYSICAL Supports the heart, lungs and parasympathetic nervous system
EMOTIONAL Helps repair holes in the auric field from emotional wounds
SPIRITUAL Encourages one to become a living beacon of love energies
PINK TOURMALINE is a complex aluminium borosilicate with a hexagonal crystal system and a Hardness of 7 to 7.5. Its colour is pale to deep pink. It is found in Brazil, Africa, Afghanistan and California and Maine in the USA.
Pink Tourmaline is the quintessential heart-chakra stone. It is a representative of the feminine, or yin energies. It is unsurpassed for healing old emotional wounds, particularly those of childhood. It emanates a soft, soothing energy that engenders feelings of comfort, safety, and nurturance. In meditation, one should hold or place a Pink Tourmaline upon the heart chakra, visualizing a pink light radiating from the stone and encompassing one in a pink cloud or bubble. This will infuse the entire emotional body with love and can restore a sense of wholeness.
Pink Tourmaline can be used to repair “holes” in the auric field created by negative attachments or past abuse. It can assist one in releasing stress, worries, depression and anxiety. It can help the emotionally numb recover their passion and zest for life. It strengthens the link between the heart and crown chakras. It can help the timid find the courage to love, and it can increase gentleness.
Wearing Pink Tourmaline turns one into a beacon of its loving and healing energies, influencing others toward greater kindness and tolerance.
Pink Tourmaline works with Rose Quartz, Morganite, Kunzite, Thulite, Rosophia, Rhodochrosite, Malachite, Dioptase, Pink Calcite and Satyaloka Rose Azeztulite for healing the heart and restoring
Source: The Pocket Book Of Stones by Robert Simmons