Crystal Music Meditation · Carnelian, The Primal Fire (1 Hour Frequency Audio)
This video uses various frequencies of the Carnelian spectrum, a real stone placed on your forehead, heart chakra or simply keeped tight inside your left fist will help to this meditation. Using a biodata sonification device we´ve captured the frequencies of various crystals.
Chakra/s: Base Spine (Root Chakra), Sacral, and Solar Plexus
Numbers: 5 and 6
Zodiac: Taurus, Cancer, Scorpio and Leo
CARNELIAN: Carnelian (also spelled cornelian) is a brownish-red mineral commonly used as a semi-precious gemstone. Similar to carnelian is sard, which is generally harder and darker (the difference is not rigidly defined, and the two names are often used interchangeably). Both carnelian and sard are varieties of the silica mineral chalcedony colored by impurities of iron oxide. The color can vary greatly, ranging from pale orange to an intense almost-black coloration. It is most commonly found in Indonesia, Brazil, India, Russia (Siberia), and Germany.
The red variety of chalcedony has been known to be used as beads since the Early Neolithic in Bulgaria. The first faceted (with constant 16+16=32 facets on each side of the bead) carnelian beads are described from the Varna Chalcolithic necropolis (middle of the 5th millennium BC). Carnelian was used widely during Roman times to make engraved gems for signet or seal rings for imprinting a seal with wax on correspondence or other important documents. Hot wax does not stick to carnelian. Sard was used for Assyrian cylinder seals, Egyptian and Phoenician scarabs, and early Greek and Etruscan gems. The Hebrew odem (also translated sardius), the first stone in the High Priest's breastplate, was a red stone, probably sard but perhaps red jasper. In Revelation 4:3, the One seated on the heavenly throne seen in the vision of John the apostle is said to "look like jasper and 'σαρδίῳ' (sardius transliterated)". And likewise it is in Revelation 21:20 as one of the precious stones in the foundations of the wall of the heavenly city.
There is a Neo-Assyrian seal made of carnelian in the Western Asiatic Seals collection of the British Museum that shows Ishtar-Gula as a star goddess. She is holding a ring of royal authority and is seated on a throne. She is shown with the spade of Marduk (his symbol), Sibbiti (שבע or sheva in Hebrew language) gods, stylus of Nabu and a worshiper. An 8th century BCE carnelian seal from the collection of the Ashmolean Museum shows Ishtar-Gula with her dog facing the spade of Marduk and his red dragon.
Carnelian is a translucent, sometimes banded red-orange colored variety of chalcedony. The red coloring in Carnelian is due to the presence of iron-oxide. Carnelian’s color ranges from peachy-orange-white to darker shades of reddish-brown to almost black. The name Carnelian comes from the Latin word “carnis” meaning flesh referring to its red coloring. Carnelian’s hardness is rated at 7 on the Moh’s scale of mineral hardness. Carnelian is also known as Cornelian. Carnelian is found throughout the world.
Carnelian is an excellent crystal tool to use energetically “leap forward” and to restore vitality, motivation, and for stimulating creativity. A stabilizing stone with high energy, Carnelian grounds and anchors one in the present reality. Carnelian is empowering and gives one courage, promotes positive life choices, and dispels apathy. Carnelian increases motivation and helps one build self-confidence through positive action. Carnelian is known as a stone of abundance as it helps one focus their intention when manifesting and encourages success in business endeavors. Carnelian is a useful stone for overcoming abuse of any kind as it calms anger, banishes emotional negativity, replacing it with a love for life. Carnelian has the ability to cleanse other stones. Carnelian imparts an acceptance of the cycle of life and removes fear of death. In ancient times, Carnelian was used to protect the dead on their journey to the afterlife.
Carnelian is: Courage, vitality, creativity...
Carnelian would make a great crystal tool for public speakers and those in leadership roles.
With its empowering and motivating vibration, Carnelian is a great crystal tool for those who tend to procrastinate and need some energetic help to get things done.
In crystal body layouts or healing grids, Carnelian activates and energizes the first, second and third chakras. Carnelian strengthens the physical body and enhances the life force energy.
Some of this amazing crystal attributes are:
· Strenght & Energy · Grounding & Balance (People that live in the clouds-Higher chakras too active) · Passion, Motivation, Inner Force, Vitality, Creativity... · Great for Draconian and Sex Magick · Leadership · Great for Menstruation · Improve the absorption of vitamins and minerals. · Helps with Kundalini Works · Helps to fight procrastination
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Carnelian stimulates the metabolism, activates the base chakra, and supports healthy female reproductive organs. Carnelian may help overcome frigidity and impotence, and heavy menstrual flows. Carnelian may also be helpful in healing, rheumatism, arthritis, and nerve pain. Carnelian’s energizing vibrations may be helpful in alleviating feelings of depression and apathy. Carnelian regulates bodily fluids, kidneys, accelerates healing in bones and ligaments. Carnelian may improve the absorption of vitamins and minerals.
For Gaia Healing, Carnelian may be placed in an area of disturbed Earth energy to help the protection, purification, beautification, and healing of the Earth. Carnelian in the environment creates a sacred space filled with harmony and comfort and free from negativity.
The energy of Carnelian combines well with Quartz, Jasper, Chalcedony, Rose Quartz, Amethyst, Chlorite, Ruby, and Smoky Quartz.