Obsidian Crystal

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Obsidian Crystal

Obsidian Crystal

Pets Dig Healing Crystals

Why not use Mother Nature’s healing crystals and minerals to benefit your pet's health and overall life? After all, what is good for your pet will, in the end, be good for you.

Animals instinctively recognize healing crystal and mineral energy as being beneficial. Your pet does not have to be told Rose Quartz calms frazzled nerves and helps with sleep. Your pet senses what the crystal can do for him or her, which is why most pets are attracted to Rose Quartz.

You can buy crystal and mineral charms to attach to your dog or cat’s collar or hide inside the pet’s bed where it can’t be reached by the animal.

Other four-legged pets, as well as no-legged, finned, and feathered, also benefit from the healing energy of crystals and minerals.

Reptile owners can use healing crystals and minerals inside their pet’s habitats. Fish owners can do the same as long as the chosen crystal or minerals do not contain water soluble chemicals like copper. These chemicals will leach into the water and harm the fish.

Parrot owners! As you know, a parrot will chew on anything. Do not place crystals or minerals in your bird’s cage or on its stand if there is any risk of the bird being injured or if you even suspect the crystal or mineral contains a poisonous substance (copper, for instance).

Below is a list of crystals and minerals that will benefit your pet, including birds, reptiles, and other four-legged and finned companions:

1. You cannot go wrong with the Agate family. Agates come in a rainbow of colors, patterns, sizes, and shapes, and are often used for carving. The powerful yet gentle energy of Agate can open the channels of communication between you and your pet, will balance your pet’s energy, assist with sleep, calm anxiety, and help your pet focus during training.

Agate is often used to make jewelry, charms, and carvings, and can be bought as colorful agate slices, book ends, and tumbled stones.

A. Blue Lace Agate promotes sleep, calms an anxious pet, and boosts self-esteem.

B. Moss Agate: Mossy green and white. It is a wonderful source of Earth energy. Relaxing, grounding. My dove Emma sits on my big Moss Agate egg as if she laid it!

2. Amethyst is a popular crystal to use with pets. Its energy perks up couch potato pets, clears negative energy while balancing your pet’s energy fields, calms rattled nerves, and is an all-around healer. I heard somewhere fleas hate amethyst energy (It would be fascinating to find out if the claim is true).

3. Carnelian is a reddish-orange mineral that promotes emotional warmth, individuality, courage, happiness, and harmony. It also helps release emotions such as anger, fear, and envy. Attach a Carnelian charm to your shy or nervous dog or cat’s collar.

4. Rose Quartz is the stone to use if your dog or cat is aloof and standoffish. Rose Quartz energy will help your pet learn to accept love and companionship without fear. It is ideal to use with rescued animals, injured or sick animals, or when introducing a new pet into your household. Spread the love by adding the influence of Rose Quartz energy into all your fur-kids’ lives! Acceptance of the new member of the family (be it another dog or a new baby) will run a smoother course.

I used to own a huge chunk of Rose Quartz I kept in an aquarium that contained a pair of Angelfish. The fish were obscenely healthy and bred constantly! Can I credit the Rose Quartz? Well, they were feeling the love.

5. If you have more than one pet in the house, and the animals socialize, then you may have squabbles from time to time. Smoky Quartz works to reduce future hostilities by grounding and clearing negative energies in your household, which would also benefit any human squabblers.

6. Jasper reigns supreme as a nurturing stone. Its grounding abilities supports tranquility and inner strength during times of stress or danger. Dalmatian Jasper, a creamy white stone mottled with black specks, is especially popular for use with animals as it grounds and helps alleviate fears. Pet charms are often made from Dalmatian Jasper.

7. Blue Calcite is used when your pet is recuperating from surgery or trying to settle into a new home. Its relaxing energy soothes nerves, relieves anxieties, and helps with sleep. This is a great mineral to use with nervous, high-strung animals.

8. Clear Quartz (the king of crystals!) will help strengthen your pet’s immune system, which will improve his or her overall health. It can also stimulate energy levels. Dog and cat owners use it during training as quartz heightens communication between the pet and its owner. Bird owners could use it as well when taming and training new birds.

9. You reptile owners should try using black Obsidian in your habitats. Obsidian absorbs negative energy and heat. Your reptiles will love its heat-retaining qualities, and the shiny black stone will look cool in the habitat. Just be sure the stones have smooth edges. Black Obsidian can have razor sharp edges.

Do not be embarrassed about using healing crystals and minerals to help your pet. The practice is becoming common place these days as more and more people use natural methods to maintain their pet’s health and well-being.

If asked why is the dog is suddenly wearing jewelry, merely say you think the charms are cute, signify a special memory, or simply that you like the darn things and they are going to stay on Fido’s collar. You can keep the real reason a secret between you and Fido! He won’t spill the kibble.

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green obsidian or something else?

What I have is a fairly large, a pound or two maybe more and it's green and glassy. If it were smaller I would say it was a crystal fragment but for this to be a fragment it would have come from a very large crystal. There is another one even bigger maybe 5 pounds or more. It is a very light pale green and has the fracture like obsidian. It's not a Moldavia, too big and doesn't match it's description anyhow. I would say the color is close to olivine. It has the startings of little crystals growing on it so do you have any idea?

crystals can come in very large sizes. In the Naica (sp?) mine in Mexico, there were gypsum crystals more than 10 feet long. You said it has crystals on it, if they are also light green with similar properties, then you do not have obsidian

Your stone has conchoidal fracture, and a vitreous luster. I first thought you had a variety of chalcedony until you mentioned the small crystals on the side. Chalcedony generally doesn't produce crystals, or more accurately, the crystals are always microscopic
here is an image of green chalcedony anyway:
You may also have beryl, which is commonly light green and has conchoidal fracture with a vitreous luster. If you have a hexagonal stone, then you have beryl. Beryl will scratch quartz
Olivine also has conchoidal fracture with a vitreous luster and is also commonly light green.
there are other light green glassy minerals with a conchoidal fracture as well

also, very important, where did you find this stone? Was it in a rock with lots of dark or other greenish minerals?(you may have olivine) Was it in a rock with lots of quartz and mica,(you may have beryl or epidote) or did you find it elsewhere. do you have a picture you could load up on flickr or a similar page

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