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- Mount Shasta Nebula Opal One Side Polished
Mount Shasta Nebula Opal One Side Polished
This is a big piece of Mount Shasta Nebula Opal. This Opal has been polished on one side. This is a real gemmy piece of Opal. There is some lovely orange Manganese in this opal. We call these Nebula Opal because of the pattern the Manganese inside these pieces. There are some beautiful pockets of drusy orange Opal on this piece. This beauty measures 4 1/2 (112mm) inches long by 4 1/4 (106mm) inches wide by 2 1/2 (62mm) inches thick.
Opal is most well-known for its ability to bring emotions to the surface for analyzation and transformation. This stone aids in working through the shadow side of our emotional beings, including depression, anxiety, trauma and any other mental obstacles. Being one of the higher vibrational stones that mother earth has to offer, opal has a deeply nurturing energy. This stone connects you to the highest level of angelic guidance and to your own spirit guides. This powerful shamanic stone has been honored for centuries in its ability to open your being to dimensional exploration, as it provides protective and shielding qualities, allowing you to absorb more knowledge from spiritual exploration. Useful for emotional healing at any level, opal purifies and opens all of your chakras, especially the heart chakra. Placed at your throat this stone aids in clear communication with focused intent. Opal is a stone of faithfulness, loyalty and creativity. This incredible stone stimulates the artistic part of the brain, inspiring the creativity and uniqueness that we all hold in our hearts. Opal is a hydrated amorphous form of silica belonging to the Silicates Quartz family.
Mount Shasta Opal is an incredibly sacred stone, enveloping the energetics of not only opal, but the sacred mountain known as Mount Shasta. Providing a healing, nurturing and protective energy, Mount Shasta opal is unlike any other stone on this planet. For more information on Mount Shasta Opal and Mount Shasta itself, please visit the drop-down pages of our Mount Shasta opal section.