Tibetan Quartz Meaning and Benefits.


~ Properties ~ Tibetan Quartz Meaning ~ Benefits ~ Healing ~


Tibetan Quartz Meaning – General Information.

Tibetan Quartz, also called Tibetan Black Quartz is colourless and transparent to slightly smoky crystal, with green to black inclusions of manganese and/or carbon. It also occurs in an opaque mostly black variety. It has a Mohs hardness of 7 and belongs in the hexagonal rhombohedra group.


Tibetan Quartz – History.

There is not a lot of history on Tibetan Quartz as it has not always been accessible until recent times. The Himalayan Mountains of Tibet and Nepal are the location for these powerful crystals; which are among the most sacred and highly spiritual areas on Earth.

For centuries Tibetan Quartz crystals have powerfully anchored Spirit onto Earth and held the Divine resonance. They are becoming available at this time so that people who can work with them with loving hearts and spiritual alignment may do so.

Tibetan Quartz is mostly mined by hand because the area is not easily accessed by machinery. Besides the Tibetan monks living in the area actually mine many of these crystals.



Tibetan Quartz – Metaphysical Benefits.

Throughout millennia Tibetan Quartz has absorbed ancient Eastern cultural, spiritual and healing knowledge. Its source gives Tibetan Quartz esoteric, enlightened, harmonious, and balanced energy.

Tibetan Quartz contains a very powerful “OM” vibration, which helps to facilitate connecting to your Higher Self. It can balance and align your chakras, meridians and energy fields, and aid the return to your spiritual centre, or the Divinity within you. It is quite beneficial in activating your third eye or brow chakra.

Tibetan Quartz is a powerful protective stone with purifying energies. It enhances meditation and channelling and is also outstanding for dissolving energy blockages.

Tibetan Quartz absorbs universal energies and draws down divine light. It is a superb stone for protecting and purifying your aura, or your environment and for clearing and dispelling negative influences. It can also be used to create very powerful energy grids. Also to deepen spiritual meditation, and bring about a rapid expansion of consciousness and release of emotional attachments.

Furthermore, it raises energy, lifts your creativity and resourcefulness and it improves concentration. Moreover, it provides a more centred and grounded state of mind.


Tibetan Quartz – Healing. 

Tibetan Quartz assists with your well being by helping you to acknowledge and release the negative energetic patterns that may well be the cause of your ills. Utilize it in crystal healing for powerful healing of any type. Tibetan Quartz enables healing of the nervous system, brain and nerve ganglia, for removal of toxins and other impurities, and moving illness out of the body. It provides vitality. Facilitates fasting and abstinence.



Tips for using Tibetan Quartz.

  • Wear Tibetan Quartz to stimulate your life force and help you to feel great.
  • Place Tibetan Quartz between your chakras to activate and connect them and remove any blockages between them.
  • Carry Tibetan Quartz around with you to facilitate a more centred and grounded state of mind.
  • Locate Tibetan Quartz in the corners of a room to purify and protect the space from negative energies.
  • Wearing or carrying Tibetan Quartz will cleanse your aura and also protect it and you from negative influences.
  • Keep Tibetan Quartz near your bedside to keep negative emotions at bay.
  • Meditate with Tibetan Quartz to allow a deeper spiritual connection.
  • Use Tibetan Quartz to increase the power of prayer, especially for healing.
  • Hold Tibetan Quartz to give you clarity while talking or communicating and to help you stay on track.


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Disclaimer: The outlined metaphysical and healing properties in this website are for inspiration and reference. We gather this information and alleged properties from writings, books, folklore and various other sources. They are also dependent upon the attitude and beliefs of the individual. Furthermore they do not replace diagnosis or treatment by a qualified therapist or physician.

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