Capricorn Amulet Pendant
Capricorn Amulet Pendant
CAPRICORN (December 21 – January 20)
Positive Expression: Serious, Responsible, Loyal, Successful, and Ambitious Tourmaline – Dispels fear and negativism, increases understanding Black Obsidian – Grounds divine energy, removes blocks Moonstone – Emotional balancer, aligns emotions with higher self Clear Quartz – Dispels negativity and activates and transmits positive energy
Direct from the designer. Amulets are approx 1.5 inches in diameter. These are very unique. Each Item is individually made, so no – pieces are exactly alike. All Gem Drops come with black satin cord and information card
Black Obsidian –
Great Void, Great Mystery
Affirmation: I am focused. I am responsible. I stay with matters until they are settled or reach completion. I accomplish whatever I set out to do. I pay attention to what is going on around me and within me. I am attentive.
Spiritual uses: Black obsidian draws you inward to the center of yourself, to the place of truth. In Native American teachings, it is likened to the Great Void or the Great Mystery from which all things are created. It is a stone for spiritual dreaming and creating that is best used in the western quadrant of the Native American Medicine Wheel. Black obsidian can be used to request the aid of Archangels Melchizedek and Sabrael.
Affirmation: I am consciously aware of my belief systems and thoughts. I am extremely intuitive and perceptive. I awaken my consciousness and become aware of what thoughts, people, or situations need to be shifted or realigned in my life.
Spiritual uses: Moonstone is a perfect tool for increasing your intuition and trusting the process of becoming an intuitive. Psychic awareness includes the ability to use the six sensory gifts, or “clairs”—clairvoyance, claircognizance, clairaudience, clairsentience, clairolfaction, and clairgustation. Use moonstone to connect with the archangels of the Divine feminine—Auriel and Tzaphkiel. This pearly stone is also beneficial for spiritual rituals involving the Divine feminine, the Goddess, the moon, and all the mythological goddesses. Moonstone, also known as hecatolite, is associated with the ancient Greek moon goddess, Hecate. This is also a good stone to connect with the 13 moons and the women and teachings of the International Council of the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, goodwill ambassadors from Alaska, North, South, and Central America; Africa; and Asia with a mission of world peace.
Clear Quartz –
Affirmation: I am a clear channel of love, light, and well-being. All is well in my life. I have great mental clarity, balanced emotions, and financial abundance. All of my heart’s desires are realized now! The way is always evident and effortless.
Spiritual uses: Clear quartz carries within it the full spectrum of light. It transmits and transduces energy. Use this stone for any and all spiritual pursuits; including meditation, connecting with your guardian angel, channeling, higher knowledge and wisdom, shamanic journeywork, spiritual-healing modalities, and energy work. Clear quartz assists when aligning with Archangels Haniel, Michael, and Sandalphon. This stone is easily programmable by just holding the quartz and thinking of the thought, words, or action that is desired to infuse it into the crystal. Always program the stone with love and well-being, and all will work out for the highest good.
Affirmation: I am safe and sound. I am out of harm’s way. All is well. I surround myself with trustworthy people. I am blessed. I am always Divinely protected. I am enveloped in a sphere of goodness and well-being.
Spiritual uses: Black tourmaline grounds your spiritual practice into your everyday life. With this stone in hand, delve into the deeper aspects of your consciousness to uncover past lives. This stone also deflects negative energy. Keep it close by for protection while doing readings or any type of spiritual healing. This stone provides the ever-important mindfulness, awareness, and peripheral vision in spiritual practice.
Excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones (Llewellyn. 2013) by Margaret Ann Lembo