Category Archives: Crystal of the Week

Kyanite – Learn About Crystals

      Comments Off on Kyanite – Learn About Crystals

Stone featured this week is the beautiful Kyanite! It is found primarily in South Africa. Colors range from grey, black, blue, green yellow & pink. This is the only other stone in the mineral kingdom, besides Citrine, that never needs cleansing or clearing. Its properties are mainly recognized to enhance… Read more »

Citrine – Learn About Crystals

      Comments Off on Citrine – Learn About Crystals

Stone of the Week: Citrine is a variety of Quartz that the colors can range from yellow to golden brown to amber. Citrine is one of the two minerals on the planet that does not hold or accumulate negative energy. It has been said that is useful for balancing ying-yang… Read more »

Black Tourmaline – Learn About Crystals

      Comments Off on Black Tourmaline – Learn About Crystals

The Crystal of the Week is Black Tourmaline Black Tourmaline crystal is a powerful stone for protection against negative energy of all kinds, as well as being a strong spiritual grounding stone. They are wonderful aids to who wants a stone that will be a positive force for good in… Read more »

Apophyllite – Learn About Crystals

      Comments Off on Apophyllite – Learn About Crystals

Crystal of the week. Apophyllite from India. The naturally formed pyramid is believed to help magnify and focus energy. This powerful stone is said to help with imbalances and bring recognition of one’s true self. It releases mental blocks and negative thought patterns. Apophyllite can be used in reiki, meditation… Read more »

Danburite – Learn About Crystals

      Comments Off on Danburite – Learn About Crystals

Mondazzi’s Weekly Crystal Blog Starting today, we’ll be unearthing new crystals that are available in our shop, along with some insight into their unique properties. Danburite, originally discovered in Danbury Connecticut, is said to “connect the heart of the mind with the mind of the heart.” This means it’s a… Read more »