These crystal grid collections include beautiful wooden grid patterns and a collection of crystals to get your started. They are beautiful additions to your altar, home and office space.
The Abundance Collection contains 4 Natural Citrine crystals, 4 Pyrite clusters and 1 clear Coba Crystal quartz.
It is available in two sacred geometry shapes: The Petal of Life and the Seed of Life, both encased within the Coba Crystal geometry. These grids measure 8" diameter and are painted Gold and White.
The sacred geometry shapes will help you create your own healing crystal layouts to manifest, make magic, amplify and protect you and your intentions.
Use the Petal of Life grid for balance of opposing dualities like masculine and feminine, and for harmony of the body, mind and soul. These 6 petals are formed by the Vesica Piscis contained within the Seed of Life pattern, and are sometimes called the Germ of Life pattern.
Use the Seed of Life for new projects, beginnings, manifestation, creation and growth. The 7 circles in this pattern are referenced in origin myths in many cultures and religions, in the 7 main chakras in our bodies, the 7 classical planets and in biological cell divisions. We can trace this pattern back to 2000 BCE.
Natural Citrine is a powerhouse! Pale smoky yellow, Natural Citrine shines brightly into the world the sun, reminding us to take up our rightful space. It encourages you to feel self-confident, connect to the prosperity flowing through your life, and let your natural magnetism shine as you show up, speak up, and fully participate in your life.
Pyrite is shiny stone that can you help you light your inner spark when you feel lethargic, inadequate or uninspired. It encourages you to cultivate your own prosperity, employ your intellect and connect to your creativity. It can also help you shield yourself for protection.
Clear Quartz is the master healer that helps us attune to our own natural and powerful inner frequency.
Coba Crystal Grids are a collaboration with Dustin Amberg, an artist based in Portland, Oregon. See our list of partners here for sources for each stone.