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Petrified Wood

Petrified Wood

Grounding - Transitions - Transformation

Petrified wood comes from the Greek word “petro” meaning rock or wood fossilized into stone. It is an ancient tree fossil that occurs when a tree has fallen and become buried to where the tree was not exposed to oxygen. All of the tree matter eventually forms into minerals due to the minerals from nearby water sources or rainfall such as iron oxide and manganese dioxide.

Arizona petrified wood is often referred to as “Rainbow wood” because of its vibrant red, orange, yellow, and purple hues. This kind of petrified wood can be found in Arizona in the petrified forest. It is mostly silica-based, making it possible to find bits of quartz crystal in the fossil.

It is said that this stone can be read like a book with each ring representing a page of the Akashic Records. It is known to help heal family history, heal past lives, and can bring stability during the transition, earning it the nickname “The Stone of Transformation”. It can also ground and give a sense of safety and security. Reveals soul-gifts at the heart and supports during spiritual evolution.

Calming and helps you worry less. Helps you accept things that you can’t change, helps makes changes that are in your control, and the insight to know the difference.

Petrified wood is also known to heal back pain. This can be done by lying face down on your stomach and having someone place three pieces of petrified wood of equal distance from the nape of your neck to your tailbone. Relax with your stones in place for 15 minutes.

AFFIRMATION: It is safe to explore and heal the past.
CANDLE COLOR: Gray, Red, Violet, Brown
DEITIES: Nemetona
PLANET: Earth, Sun
TAROT: Justice

This information is not intended to act as medical advice, a diagnosis, or as a substitute for medical treatment. Consult a qualified medical professional for your health. The Awakening Collective does not guarantee results with this product. The buyer assumes all responsibility for using this product.

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