Pyrite Crystal

COLOR: Gold (Metallic Yellow)
SHAPE: Clusters, Specimen
CATEGORY: Natural Crystals & Minerals
LOCATION: Peru, Spain
RARITY: Common
MINERAL CLASS: Sulfides
CRYSTAL SYSTEM: Isometric Crystal System
HARDNESS: 6 to 6.5 Hardness
NUMERICAL VIBRATION: Number 3
CHAKRA: Solar Plexus Chakra

 

 

 

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Description

Pyrite Crystal can forge an energetic connection between the Root, Solar Plexus, and Third Eye Chakras, which helps bring ideas from the higher self down through the seat of the will and ground it into reality.

Pyrite Crystal
Pyrite Crystal is often used in prosperity rituals, due to its stimulating energies of manifestation. It’s a great crystal to work with if you are opening yourself up to a more abundant vibration from the Universe.

Pyrite Crystal is a powerful protection stone that shields and protects against all forms of negative vibrations and energy, working on the physical and emotional levels. It stimulates the intellect and enhances memory, helping to recall relevant information when needed. Pyrite Crystals promotes the understanding of that which lies beneath words and actions. The ancient Incas used Pyrite Crystals for meditation and divination.

Pyrite Crystals encourages the ideal of health, intellect, and emotional well-being. It allows one to recognize the purity of the universe.

Cleansing and Charging Crystals With Sage

Sage is a sacred plant with a multitude of healing properties. Smudging your stone is said to clear inharmonious vibrations and restore its natural energy.

You’ll need:

  • a fire-safe bowl
  • a lighter or matches
  • loose or bundled sage

If you’re unable to sage outdoors, make sure you’re near an open window. This will allow the smoke and negative energy to disperse.

When you’re ready, ignite the tip of the sage with the flame. Transfer the sage to your non-dominant hand, firmly grasp your stone, and move it through the smoke.

Allow the smoke to envelop the stone for about 30 seconds. If it’s been a while since your last cleaning — or you feel the stone is holding onto a lot — consider smudging for an additional 30 seconds.

Approximate duration: about 30 to 60 seconds per stone