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Black Tourmaline Tumbled Stone

Black Tourmaline Tumbled Stone
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What does Black Tourmaline (or Schorl) Do? Overall, it is a psychic shield and protects a space or the wearer against psychic attack, spells, ill-wishing and negative energies.

Black Tourmaline honors Manat, the Arabian Goddess of Waning Moon, Time, Destiny and Death.

It supports the root chakra, the element of earth, and grounding.

Astrologically, Black tourmaline is associated with Capricorn and Libra.

Ancient magicians relied upon Black Tourmaline, known as Schorl, to protect them from earth demons as they cast their spells. Today this stone is still revered as a premier talisman of protection, a psychic shield deflecting and dispelling negative energies, entities, or destructive forces.

It promotes a sense of power and self-confidence, allowing for a clearer, more objective view of the world. It is empowering to those who must live or work in challenging environments or when facing difficult circumstances.

Black Tourmaline is a shamanic stone, providing protection during ritual work. It can be used for scrying, and was traditionally used to point out a cause of trouble or an offender, and to indicate a good direction in which to move.
Additionally, tourmaline can be used to:
  • ground energy
  • increase vitality
  • reduce tension and stress
  • clear negative thoughts
  • encourage a positive attitude no matter the circumstances
  • stimulate altruism and practical creativity
  • strengthen the energy body and immune system

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