The Heart Chakra develops naturally between ages 21 to 28. It’s when your heart opens to receive the love of others. Also called the Hrit or Hridaya, Heart Chakra is responsible for empathy, love, courage, health, prosperity, and success. The Sanskrit name Anhata translates to “seat of love.” Hence, Heart Chakra crystals awaken unconditional love for yourself, others, nature, and the cosmos within your heart.
Cat's Eye Tourmaline
When you gaze into this gem your attention is immediately drawn to its mesmerizing "Cat’s Eye" effect. It's like a delicate beam of light gracefully dancing across the stone, brought to life by inclusions that reflect light back at you
Cat's Eye Emerald
Cat's Eye Emerald gets its name from a mesmerizing optical phenomenon called chatoyancy. This beautiful crystal has a strip of light that dances like a cat's eye. The Cat's Eye Emerald's lush green to deep emerald color makes it a magnificent addition to any collection.
When you first lay eyes on Anorthosite, you'll be struck by its physical features. The crystal boasts a mesmerizing blend of colors, ranging from subtle shades of gray and white to hints of red and green.
Hyalite is a mineraloid variety of Opal without any defined crystal structure. It forms from the hardening of the silica gel in cracks. The mineraloid may exhibit a play of colors based on inclusions from elements like aluminum, iron, and even uranium.
Cherry Opal is a variety of Opal in reddish-brown to orange hues, resembling the color of cherries. Depending on its colors, Cherry Opal may be a type of Common or Precious Opal, but it is mostly categorized as a type of Fire Opal.
Brewsterite exhibits a spectrum of colors, ranging from translucent white to light pink. Its texture is typically smooth, and its patterns can vary, showcasing unique formations that add to its aesthetic allure. The crystal's surface often reflects light mesmerizingly, enhancing its visual appeal.
Clinoptilolite is a natural Zeolite mineral made of microporous Hydrated Aluminosilicate. It’s a prehistoric volcanic rock known for detoxifying the body from heavy metals and radiation. This is due to its high silica content that gives it incredible adsorption and ion exchange abilities.
Mozambique Garnet is a natural purple-to-red or purplish-pink-colored variety of Garnet. The original and finest specimens have been mined in Cuamba Mine, found at the Niassa Province in the Republic of Mozambique, a country on the east coast of Southern Africa.
Mordenite is a Zeolite mineral, chemically known as a hydrous potassium, calcium, sodium, and aluminum silicate. It’s usually white, pink, or clear. It may also appear in cream, brown, yellow, and orange hues, forming fibrous, acicular, reniform, porcelaneous, cotton-like, spheroid, and radiating aggregates.
Agate Geode is a variety of Agate characterized by hollow cavities lined with crystals, like Quartz, and covered in an outer layer of Agate. They are chemically composed of silicon dioxide and belong to the silicate mineral family.