Natural Citrine Wand Created by Lawrence Stoller (5.25 " / 290g)
Spectacular natural citrine healing crystal wand with a small sparkling natural druzy face and rich color.
Druzy is the glittering effect of tiny crystals over the colorful citrine. This is an exceptional piece of citrine with wispy rainbow veils in the female end of this double terminated wand.
Each crystal is unique in and of itself as Lawrence Stoller and the artisans at CrystalWorks honor the inherent natural forms of each piece. Communicating with the crystal as they cut and polish with intention, the energy flows through the crystal and is infused that the highest good of all be served. Learn more about Lawrence Stoller and Crystalworks and his unique artistic vision.
This wand measures 5.25" long and 1.75" wide. A perfectly-weighted, energy-infused crystal for hands-on healing.
A GIFT of GRATITUDE from us to you with your purchase of any Lawrence Stoller healing crystal wand: Free access to IEL Institute Level III - Section 1 “Crystal Therapy” Home Study Training Course, a $119 value.
The IEL Institute Program is designed specifically for energy practitioners and healers as well as for individual study. This "Crystal Therapy" course includes 12 tutorial videos and a companion PDF file that include essential topics in using crystal wands as effective energy healing tools:
- Introduction to Crystals
- How Crystals Work
- Vogel Crystals
- Vogel Science
- Clearing, programming and charging (igniting) the crystal
- Crystal Release
- Step by step crystal release process part 1
- Step by step crystal release process part 2
- Self Release
- Functional Integration
- Minds Eye clearing
- Remote healing
Custom carrying case is included. Masterfully crafted in the USA.
Sizing is approximate. As with all hand-made items, the final size may be a touch larger or smaller than described. True lapidary artists will follow the natural structure of the crystal which may result in slightly different final sizes.
While we take great care in photographing our crystal items, photographs don’t always accurately show the true color of a particular stone. The colors shown may be slightly deeper or lighter than presented. In most case, the colors and saturation are accurate.