Black Obsidian Pebble

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Black Obsidian is a glassy cilice-rich volcanic rock with a hardness of 5 to 5.5. It is an amorphous stone, meaning that its structure. contains no regular geometric pattern. Because it breaks with a very sharp conchoidal fracture, it has been used for making arrowheads and other tools nice Paleolithic times. The name Obsidian is derived from the name of the prominent ancient Roman, Obsius. Obsidian is most frequently black or very dark brown, but it can also be gray or green. In addition, varies sheens, color variations, markings and undertones of color make for an array of different types of Obsidian used for jewelry stones, ornaments and metaphysical items. 

Spiritual

Black Obsidian assists in recognizing where one is holding negativity and helps to illuminate and cleanse negative emotional patterns from the aura. It can assist those who are very physically or emotionally sensitive to maintain the integrity of their energy fields.

Emotional

Black Obsidian is a powerful emotional teacher. It leads one to an understanding and acceptance of the darker side of one's nature, so that aspect can be evolved and illuminated. It assists in breaking negative emotionally based patterns such as self-abuse, eating disorders and addictions, when one is willing to take responsibility for one's own healing.

Physical

Black Obsidian assists with removing blockages in the meridian system. Its energy is useful in clearing reproductive problems based in past abuse or current self-abuse issues. Black Obsidian opens and clears the base and second chakras.

Affirmation

I cleanse my energy field of negativity and ground myself to the Earth's heart.

Chakra

Root (1st,) Sacral (2nd)

 

Approximately 1" W by 1" H by .75" D

 

* Your stone will be picked randomly based on the option you select.

** These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Discuss any health concerns with a trusted healthcare practitioner.

Source: The Book of Stones: Who They Are and What They Teach by Richard Simmons and Naisha Ahsian