Pistachio Calcite Freeform 15
This beautiful Pistachio Calcite offers such a refreshing, honest energy. Recently, I’ve been using it for several clients who are working through major transformations and life changes, especially romantic relationships ending. This stone works hard on balancing emotions as you face a change of heart and helps you process this change, no matter how traumatic it may be.
Sometimes we have a tendency to romanticize what we wish something had been and not the reality of what it actually was. Ever caught yourself falling in love with potential? Oof. Same. That tendency makes grieving the end of a contract that much more painful, because you’re grieving a whole life you imagined yourself having with that person. Pistachio Calcite shifts your awareness to the love that you deserve and away from romanticizing connections and partners that just did not serve you. I think of this one as the best friend who is aggressively blunt (sometimes to a fault) and snatches your phone before you can drunk text your ex. This inspiration stone is one that speeds along “aha” moments. It’s useful post breakup in clearing away negative emotions and rebalancing your system. This is a good one to have alongside you as you purge your space of remnants of what once consumed you. Whether you’re energetically sensitive or not, this stone is soothing to the emotional body and an excellent companion in relaxation. It supports us as we refocus on the positive and is a wonderful addition to your practice when doing work around transformative affirmations.
Pistachio Calcite is incredible for the third eye chakra and aids in clairvoyance. It emits a gentle blue light around the auric field of the user, activates your dream state, and can even assist in astral travel. It supports dream recall and channeling messages from your guides through the vividness of your dreams. In its use around the throat chakra, this stone works directly on writers and artists block.
It’s helpful for those who are disconnected from how their personal choices contribute to their reality, perfect for that annoying friend who just can’t get out of their own way. No. But really. It is.