Tourmaline Pink in Matrix Rough Specimen


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Pink Tourmaline is a variety of tourmaline often found in quartz or with other tourmaline varieties and can range from a light pink to a bright hot pink.  When in quartz matrix, the quartz amplifies the energy of pink tourmaline, making it a powerful heart stone even when only a small growth of pink tourmaline is present.  

Pink Tourmaline connect to our heart and higher heart chakras, and is a stone of self-love, compassion and emotional healing.  It helps those moving through hardship or emotional wounds, and can be a very calming supportive aid in times of relationship upheaval.  

Pink Tourmaline still carries the protective energy of Tourmaline, but specifically directs it to emotional and heart protection.  This stone can make us feel safe and secure in our relationships and make it easier to be emotionally or physically vulnerable with another.  A stone of nurturing and comfort, Pink Tourmaline can infuse any situation with love, gentleness, and wholeness.

This listing is for 1 natural rough specimen of pink tourmaline in matrix, and are sold by size.  Small specimens are roughly 1"-2" in diameter. Medium specimens are roughly 2"-3" in diameter.  Large specimens are roughly 3"+ in diameter.

Chakra: 4th, Heart Chakras

Astrological Sign: Libra

We intuitively choose your stone(s) for you with care. Please note, this is a natural specimen and size, color, shape, and texture may vary.

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