Selenite Raw Wand

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Selenite is a hydrous calcium sulfate mineral with a hardness of 2. It is a form of gypsum and is called Selenite if it is relatively clear and well formed. Selenite is closely related to fibrous gypsum, also known as Satin Spar, and the massive, fine-grained form known as Alabaster. Its crystals are typically tabular, with striations running along the length. Selenite is formed as an evaporate in clay beds and around hot springs. Enhydro crystals containing inclusions of water and gas bubbles are found relatively frequently.

Selenite can be colorless, gray, white, green or golden brown. Selenite is found in many countries including Australia, Greece, Mexico and the United States. The best-known and most popular Selenite crystals for metaphysical use are the long, clear crystals from Mexico.

Spiritual

Selenite's energy clears etheric blockages and debris, allowing for a freer flow of energy through the higher chakras -- particularly the etheric chakras that facilitate connection and communion with the Higher Self.

Emotional

Selenite's calcium and sulfur base stimulates the emotional body and compels one to move forward with one's life. It aids in overcoming stagnation and prevents one from succumbing to the illusions of 'security' and 'comfort.'

Physical

Selenite clears or bridges blockages and densities in the energy field. Selenite wands can be used to direct high-frequency energy into the body, stimulating physical healing.

Affirmation

I move into union with my Higher Self and my interior senses are awakened.

Chakra

Third Eye (6th), Crown (7th), Transpersonal and Etheric (8th through 14th, above the head)

 

Mini: .5" W by 3" H by .5" D

Small: 2" W by 6" H by .5" D

Large: 2" W by 9" H by .75" D

Sizes are approximate 

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