Petrified Wood Slab

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Petrified Wood (also known as fossilized wood or agatized wood) is a member of the Quartz family, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 6.5 to 7. Its crystal system is hexagonal (trigonal). Contrary to popular belief, the wood has not actually become stone. Only the form of the wood remains. The organic wood substance has been replaced by silicon dioxide. If wood, after death is quickly covered with fine-grained sedimentary rock, this allows for petrification, which preserves a large proportion of the original form of the wood. Growth rings, outer bark and even worm holes in the wood can be preserved during this process. Most Petrified Wood is brown or gray but can come in interesting colors as well, and can be found in Arizona, Egypt, Brazil, and Argentina among others. It is a stone of patience and steady growth towards the goal of spiritual transformation.

Sourced from Madagascar.

Approximately 2" W x 1" H x .5" D

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Assists in past-life recall. It is especially useful for grounding insights one gains from experiencing these memories, making the connections between the issues and themes of previous incarnations and the concerns of one's current life. It helps to turn past weakness into new strengths, just as perishable wood wood has evolved its form into that of immortal stone.


This is a stone of emotional healing and balance. This helps one to become more peaceful during times of change.


Good for gradually strengthening the body and is recommended to be worn or carried by those who need greater stability in the spine or skeletal structure. It also instills strength of character and helps one live by one's ideals.


I am grateful for the years of experience that have molded today’s success. Everything I need is within me and my own wisdom.


** 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