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Satyamani Natural Seven Chakra Black Tourmaline Master Stick

SKU: SMAS2167N
Color : Multicolor
Dimension : 178x18x18 mm.
MRP : INR 5,000.00
SP : INR 4,200.00
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Satyamani Seven Chakra Black Tourmaline Master Stick is a powerful stone which works wonderful on Base Chakra. Black Tourmaline is associated with inner light and dispels darkness of every kind of the materialistic world. It is considered to be very effective to ground energies and connect it with base Chakra. It absorbs negative from both healer and the patients and saves ones any discomfort after healing session.

Satyamani Seven Chakra Black Tourmaline Master Stick is a powerful stone which works wonderful on Base Chakra. Black Tourmaline is associated with inner light and dispels darkness of every kind of the materialistic world. It is considered to be very effective to ground energies and connect it with base Chakra. It absorbs negative from both healer and the patients and saves ones any discomfort after healing session. Crystal Healing Sticks can be used in many different ways to bring back the energy of ethereal body or space in balance. It is ideal to be used by practitioners of intermediate and advance level. The stick is made of natural crystals which bring balance of energy in the body. This crystal healing stick has a variety of uses in Reiki therapy. Experienced Reiki Therapist can use it for balancing chakra or healing aura. However, you do not need to be an expert to use this healing sticks but it is assumed that you have a basic knowledge and understanding of the aura and chakras. For cleaning, just wash it with running tap water only. Always keep the point towards earth. (Rest of the details will send you along with the product) Note: these are natural stones so there may be the difference in color and in drawing of the stone as per their occurrence in the nature. The stones have grains in them which are due to their crystal structure. These are natural stones so they are not completely finished some cracks and holes are there due to the variation of hardness in stones. You will get 100% similar product as per the availability in the stock.

DISCLAIMER: No claims are made on metaphysical properties of this stone. These literature is collected from writings, books, folklore and various sources. The actual product may slightly vary from picture as these are natural stone and no two stones can same in pattern.

Chemical Formula

The simple chemical formula, which covers the main forms of Tourmaline (Elbaite, Schorl, and Dravite), is as follows:
(Na,Ca)(Mg,Li,Al,Fe2+)3Al6(BO3)3Si6O18(OH)4

The expanded formula, which additionally covers Uvite, Liddicoatite, and Buergerite, is as follows:
(Na,Ca)(Mg,Li,Al,Fe2+,Fe3+)3(Al,Mg)6(BO3)3Si6O18(OH,O,F)4

The formula for the Tourmaline group is very complex. See The chemical formula of Tourmaline for more details.
 

Composition

See The chemical formula of Tourmaline.

Color

Tourmaline is extremely varied in color. Colors include black, brown, green, red, pink, blue, and gray. White, colorless, yellow, orange, and purple colors are less common. Crystals are frequently multicolored, containing two or more distinct colors. Some specimens are pleochroic.

Streak

Whie

Hardness

7 - 7.5

Crystal System

Hexagonal


 

           

Crystal Forms 
and Aggregates

Usually as elongated prismatic crystals that are heavily striated. Also as short, stubby, prismatic crystals. Most Tourmaline crystals have a rounded, triangular cross-section. Seldom in tabular crystals. Aggregates include columnar, radiating, botryoidal, stalactitic, in dense groups of tiny, elongated needles, and in compact masses.

Transparency

Transparent to opaque

Specific Gravity

2.9 - 3.3

Luster

Vitreous. Some black and brown specimens may be dull.

Cleavage

3,2

Fracture

Conchoidal to uneven

Tenacity

Brittle

Other ID Marks

1) Strongly pyroelectric.
2) Piezoelectric.
3) A few forms of Tourmaline fluoresce yellow in shortwave ultraviolet light.
 

In Group

Silicates; Cyclosilicates; Tourmaline Group

Striking Features

Color, crystal form, hardness, and deep vertical striations.

Environment

Elbaite, Schorl, and Liddicoatite are almost exclusively from granite pegmatites, while Dravite and Uviteor mostly from metamorphic environments such as marbles. Buergerite is from igneous rhyolite deposits.
 

Rock Type

Igneous, Metamorphic

Popularity (1-4)

1

Prevalence (1-3)

2

Demand (1-3)

1

 

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