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    Thumbs up What's your favorite stone?

    I think we all have a favorite (or maybe a few) stone(s) that we are drawn to, for one reason or another. Maybe it's the colors, maybe it's the texture, or the properties, or maybe it's just the feel that the stone or crystal gives you.

    I know that I'm personally a sucker for rainbow fluorite. It was the first crystal I ever had (wand and necklace) which was very near and dear to me. I wore my necklace every day until I gave it to my husband. It eventually broke, but I have found a replacement that I love. I guess for me it's the colors of the stone. And come to think of it, all of the rainbow fluorite I've owned have been green, then purple, then white.


    Anyway, so that's me- what about you? What's you're favorite? Do you have a particular object (like a necklace or a wand or such) of the stone that you like the most?
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    I have a laboradorite pendulum as well as pendant. Both of them are very dear to me. I don't do any active working, but I find comfort in having both of them.
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    I'd have to say labradorite as well and amethyst comes in a close second.
    I'm drawn to wear labradorite more than any other stone and can't seem to stop shopping for jewelry with it. I many labradorite stones as well... just love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepycat View Post
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    LMAO!

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    Fossils for the win!





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    Alaskan Black Diamond (thats why i know it by anyway)

    and Moonstone... I have no idea why on the moon stone but it captivates me to the point of distraction.
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    I like citrine and fluorite for healing, amethyst for amplification.
    I also have a sphere of fossilized seaweed that has just unreal energy.
    And a three pointed quartz crystal I call "Traveler" 'cause when I meditate with it , it takes me places.
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    I like Lapis Lazuli and emeralds.


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    It's gotta be the Tektites for me - particularly Moldavite and Libyan Desert Glass, all created by the impact or activity of meteorites in our world. I love them for their colour, mystery and high vibration man lol!

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