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261g Sacred Cintamani "Wish Fulfilling" (Teal) - Holy Grail Stone

261g Sacred Cintamani "Wish Fulfilling" (Teal) - Holy Grail Stone

Dimensions: 58mm(H) x 58mm(W) x 58mm(D)
Weight: 261g (Medium)

This special piece is Teal in color and has the most light absorbent properties of all colors. When looked through the sun or bright light, the color almost turns pure white! Many describes these stones as pure light and the teal variant definitely confirms that theory. Cintamani Stones have ashy surface and a base where is rough which give us some clues of the sandy bedrock it was found in, and also some indications of how they were form.

The Cintamani stone, also known as the Wish-Fulfilling Jewel or the Philosopher's Stone, has a rich history intertwined with Tibetan mythology and spiritual traditions. It is considered a powerful and sacred gemstone with profound metaphysical meanings and properties. Let's delve into its history, color symbolism, and its significance in Tibetan culture.

The origins of the Cintamani stone can be traced back to ancient Hindu and Buddhist scriptures. In these texts, it is described as a precious stone that fell from the heavens, possessing extraordinary properties and the ability to grant wishes. According to Tibetan Buddhist beliefs, the Cintamani stone is said to have come to Earth through celestial beings or extraterrestrial sources.

In Tibetan culture, the Cintamani stone holds great significance. It is often associated with Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Compassion, who is believed to hold the stone as a symbol of enlightenment and the ultimate treasure of spiritual teachings. In Tibetan Buddhist traditions, the Cintamani stone is considered a potent symbol of wisdom, compassion, and the path to liberation.

Color Metaphysical Meanings:
The Cintamani stone is often described as having three distinct colors, each carrying its own metaphysical meanings:

Blue: The blue Cintamani stone is associated with the sky, representing the vast expanse of consciousness and the limitless nature of the mind. It symbolizes purity, tranquility, and the enlightened mind of a Buddha.

Green: The green Cintamani stone is connected with the earth and nature, symbolizing growth, healing, and harmony. It represents the nurturing qualities of compassion, grounding energy, and the renewal of life.

White: The white Cintamani stone embodies the essence of clarity, purity, and spiritual illumination. It signifies the awakened state of enlightenment, the transcendent wisdom, and the attainment of liberation.

Red: The red Cintamani stone represents passion, vitality, and energy. It symbolizes the fire within, the driving force that fuels our intentions and actions. It is believed that the red Cintamani stone can ignite one's inner fire and invigorate their spiritual journey.

Purple: The purple Cintamani stone embodies spiritual awareness, mysticism, and higher consciousness. The purple Cintamani stone is believed to facilitate spiritual growth, open channels to higher dimensions, and support the expansion of consciousness.

Metaphysical Properties:
The Cintamani stone is believed to possess various metaphysical properties that are highly valued in Tibetan culture:

Manifestation and Wish Fulfillment: The stone is considered a wish-fulfilling jewel, capable of bringing about positive transformations and fulfilling the deepest desires of the heart.

Spiritual Protection: It is believed that the Cintamani stone offers spiritual protection, shielding the wearer from negative energies and promoting a sense of harmony, peace, and well-being.

Amplification of Intuition and Meditation: The stone is said to enhance intuition and deepen meditation practices, helping individuals connect with their inner wisdom and spiritual guidance.

Healing and Balancing Energies: The Cintamani stone is believed to have healing properties, harmonizing and balancing the body, mind, and spirit. It is thought to aid in physical, emotional, and spiritual healing processes.

Connection with Higher Realms: The stone is associated with higher states of consciousness and spiritual realms. It is believed to facilitate a connection with enlightened beings and open doors to spiritual insights and revelations.

Caring for the Jewels

I personally like to touch, hold and cradle them during meditation. They give off a beautiful vibration, and with time, you will find the ashy surface turn smooth and it will increase in clarity. I like to rub a small amount coconut oil to the jewel (making them easier to handle and it creates wonderful clarity). They love to be out in nature so you can leave them out on the grass or soil, in the sun (for a few hours) and in direct moonlight (all night) to clear the jewel occasionally, and especially when you first receive them.

For anyone who feels strongly about these stones/ jewels, I urge that you do your own research online to fully make the connection with it and understand its origins and wonderful history.

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