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Opal, Ethiopian

Opal, Ethiopian

You-nique and Be-You-tiful; Circulation

Honors the individual. Brings forth one’s true essence, dissolving illusions and restrictions potentially imposed by culture/society/upbringing. Realization and recognition of one’s innate talents, skills, beauty, creativity, intuition. Explore all of your facets and love them! Helpful for those feeling stuck or uncertain of their next move- to realign with the infinite flow of divine support and guidance from their higher/inner self.

Anatomy keywords: blood purification, kidneys, infection, birth, eyes, fever, memory, Parkinson’s disease, circulatory system

Healer’s Diagnostic Aid; Pregnancy & Reproductive OrgansProtects genitals: testicles, ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vas deferens. Amplifies
Re-birthing and Transformation; Balance Acid/AlkalineFacilitates re-birthing and release, promoting growth. Balances emotions and brings them to a higher
Relaxation and Romance; TissuesHealer of Spirits. Provides soothing energy and a peaceful state of mind. Mental relaxation. Promotes spontaneity and stimulates
Grounding, Protection; Entire AnatomyValor. Spiritual attunement as well as grounding. Safety in travel. Protection against environmental pollutants. Improves
Know Thyself, Telepathy; SensesA great physical healer, encasing areas of dis-ease in nourishing green light and speeding recovery. Also stimulates knowledge
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