French has a dizzying number of verbs. Hundreds! Des centaines! Each with up to six conjugations and the ten most commonly used are all irregular!!! So it goes with crystals. Hundreds! Each with its own story… Mon dieu!
Crystal Quartz is the most common. It is considered the master healer, energizer, and diffuser of bad vibes. A girl can’t go wrong with Crystal Quartz. All the other varieties share these important properties and also come with some individual benefits of their own.
Tangerine Quartz is a favorite around this studio. No particular reason for this other than most of us who work on the jewelry love it. The belief is that you are attracted to the stones that are right for you. So, maybe our karmic adjustment cries out for the lucidity it brings.
Metaphysically, Tangerine Quartz is said to create a clarity around the events that shape our lives. It fosters compassion and calms the memories associated with physical or emotional trauma.
Most tangerine quartz comes from Brazil. The orange color is the result of a rusty liquid created by the presence of hematite and water in the cavity where the quartz forms.
Wear Tangerine Quartz to help you navigate the “chaos” of the world and recognize the inherent order in the universe. A girl can’t radiate positive energy without clearing the way for it.
If it’s true that you become what you think about the most then I should be a chunky necklace. Maybe bodacious rough cut aquamarine with a large crystal or a LONG strand of exotic elements wrapped into a BIG statement. Just SHOW ME THE JEWELS!
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“Never give up on something you can’t go for one day without thinking about.” Winston Churchill said it. Wonder what he couldn’t go a day without thinking about? For me, it’s always the jewels!!!
The ancient Greeks and Romans loved well and fought hard.
Although they are the ones credited with putting the power in Cupid’s arrows, Valentine’s Day actually got its name from a Christian martyr of the same name. St. Valentine was imprisoned for marrying soldiers against the decree of the Roman emperor Claudius II. The formidable emperor believed that single men made better soldiers.
Nothing fans the flames of love like forced celibacy and the soldiers willing to take the risk sought out Valentine to marry them.
The day’s association with romantic love took hold sometime during the Middle Ages when lovers began expressing their love for each other with flowers, sweets, poetry and jewels. Where there is love there are jewels, for this we are thankful!