Watermelon Tourmaline Sterling Silver Pendant on 45 cm Chain
Natural watermelon tourmaline slice set in sterling silver on a 45cm sterling silver chain. The size of the stones varies from 15mm to 20mm.
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KEY WORDS: Calm, joy
CHAKRAS: Heart (4th)
PHYSICAL: Supports the physical heart, eases stress, stimulates release of endorphins
EMOTIONAL: Fills the emotional body with a radiance of joy, calms worry and fear
SPIRITUAL: Stimulates the awakening of the true Self in the “higher heart”
WATERMELON TOURMALINE is a beryllium aluminium silicate with a hexagonal crystal system and a hardness of 7 to 8. Its crystals have pink centres and green edges. It is found in Brazil, Africa and the USA.
Watermelon Tourmaline is particularly well suited to working simultaneously with the physical, emotional and spiritual components of the heart. It can awaken the “higher heart,” the energy centre just above the heart chakra, also known as the “seat of the soul.” Watermelon Tourmaline teaches one the meaning of joy—that unbounded happiness which is not caused by any external circumstance but is instead the natural condition of being. This is also the source of Watermelon Tourmaline’s capacity for healing. When one is attuned to the natural frequency of joy, there is a resulting harmonization of all aspects of oneself, from the auric field to the physical body. Life may continue to bring its moments of sorrow, but even they can be experienced with joy. The perception of beauty almost universally experienced by those who see or touch a fine
Watermelon Tourmaline is in part a connection with one’s own higher heart and the frequency of joy. Watermelon Tourmaline works harmoniously with Thulite, Oregon Opal, Andean Pink Opal and Pink Calcite. Satyaloka Rose Azeztulite and Rosophia contribute greatly to the activation of the higher heart. Ruby can bring an intensity of passion to Watermelon Tourmaline’s joy.
Source: The Pocket Book Of Stones by Robert Simmons