💚Celestite - Spirituality, Transformation & Divine Connection
7 Ways To Use Mini Gemstones:
💚 Carry them in a pocket or pouch for on-the-go crystal energy.
💚 Use them in our Gempod Water Bottles for infused gemstone water.
💚 Create beautiful crystal grids to enhance energy and intentions.
💚 Decorate your meditation or prayer altar for added beauty and amplification.
💚 Energize your plants and zen gardens by placing mini gemstones at their base.
💚 Use them in home decor, displaying them in bowls or dishes with seashells and other treasures.
💚 Surround larger crystals with mini gemstones to amplify their power, enhance their beauty, and keep them stable.
This product includes 50 grams (1.7oz) of rough natural celestite.
Approx. 30 celestite gemstones.
Size *All sizes are approximate. *Each one of a kind crystal will vary slightly.
💚Celestite vibrates at a very high energy and is said to provide a feeling of calming and soothing. Celestite is all about elevating spirit and inner peace. This is a wonderful crystal to have nearby.
💚Celestine is said to form a connectedness towards your guardian angels, and serve you on your path of recognizing 'signs' along your way which can come in the form of lucid dreams, deja vu, and astral projection .
WHY IT'S AWESOME? Celestite is linked to angelic realms, divine power and higher levels of consciousness. The is a stone that has been a representative of the deep secrets of the universe. The ethereal blue color and its alluring energy associate it with the cosmos. Celestite comes from the Latin word "caelestis" which refers to the blue sky color.
WHAT IS CELESTITE? Celestite is also called Celestine and is famous for its color which is an ethereal shade of sky blue. This is formed by traces of gold within the crystals matrix in a combination with the natural process of irradiation. Celestite is vitreous, and can be transparent or translucent. Celestine is a common strontium sulfate mineral that forms within certain geodes. It is best to keep your celestite away from long exposures to the sun, which could eventually fade its beautiful bluish white hue.
WHERE IT'S FOUND? The pale blue crystal specimens are found in Madagascar. Some rarer more blueish-white varieties of Celestite have been found in the Lake Erie region of the U.S.A.