Laser Wand Quartz
Laser Wand Quartz:
- Limitless Focus
- Useful for psychic spiritual healing
- Helps to maintain focus during meditation & to retrieve wisdom of the ages
- Helps to reach goals and achieve desired outcome
Chakra(s): third eye and crown
About the stone: Laser wands are quartz crystal points (silicon dioxide) forming long, thin quartz crystals with distinct terminations.
Astrological sign(s): Capricorn
Planet(s): Saturn, the Sun
Mohs scale: 7
Spiritual uses: Quartz laser wands, which are wider at the base of the crystal and then narrow to a laser-like point at the tip, are often used for psychic spiritual healing. The hieroglyphic-like etchings and markings on the sides of the quartz crystal are conducive to help you retrieve the wisdom of the ages. This type of clear quartz point helps to maintain focus during meditation. Real laser wands will sing or make a tingling sound when two or more gently touch each other, which help to align your consciousness through sound much like you would use a singing bowl. They are sometimes known as singing crystals.
Emotional uses: A laser wand can help you heal from relationships or situations that were bases in selfish material pleasures and outcomes. This wand fine-tunes your ability to observe yourself objectively and make the necessary corrections to your behavior and patterns.
Physical uses: Laser wands are beneficial for the overall health of the kidneys and the adrenals, and help relieve stress-related disease. From a financial perspective, this stone helps you home in on the direction you should take to create abundance in your life.
Divine guidance: Are you trying to get to the point of the matter? Have you learned from past experiences? Look back as a tool for understanding and self-growth. Allow yourself to move forward with confidence. Open yourself up to making new friends, developing new relationships, and establishing networks for both personal and financial gain.
Excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones (Llewellyn. 2013) by Margaret Ann Lembo