Some people have the wrong impression when they hear a crystal has been treated with heat or colour.
I’m here to change that thought, because often it’s wrong!
Never judge a book by the cover! I believe this applies to crystals and humans!
My outlook is this, we wear makeup, paint our nails, colour our hair right? BUT our Soul remains the same on the inside. Crystals share the same energy. Their energy isn’t changed deep within, in fact it is amplified in the case of Aura with the extra minerals added!
So what is Aura and how is it done, read on my lovelies….
Aura is clear or rock quartz that has been heated with extreme high temperatures with vapours of gold, silver, platinum, titanium, and magnesium minerals, each producing a different colour spectrum
~ The heat reaches 871 degrees Celsius or 1600 Farenheight, the minerals/metals are then permanently bonded
~ This is a modern day form of alchemy where nature meets man. The purified metals are added to the vacuum and fuse permanently to the outer surface of the quartz. This results in a beautiful metallic rainbow appearance and colours
~ The quartz energies are now further amplified with healing vibes of the other minerals/metals.
~ They are a popular healing crystal for clearing our Auric fields and bringing emotional wellbeing
~ Each colour aura is used to activate and open its specific Chakra of the same tones
Bismuth is a base metal crystal, that is grown to produce a rainbow colour spectrum and geometric form
It activates and opens our root and crown chakras simultaneously for healing and spiritual growth
~ Rainbow Bismuth helps us through changes and brings calm whilst it allows us to evolve
~ These should both be cleansed using White Sage Smudge, Palo Santo or Singing Bowls for optimum vibrations
Aura Quartz is a great alchemy of both man and nature because it utilises the Crystal that may not be perfect in tones or clarity, instead of discarding it. This is very mindful and not wasting crystals, as they are gifts from Mother Earth and I hope more people realise that “perfect” is overrated!