Powerful, pure sex magic. Serpentine is all about that. Serpentine, a talisman of deep sexual healing and kundalini awakening, is not a stone to be used lightly –
it is for serious energy workers looking for a life-changing tool.
Serpentine gets its name from the Greek word serpens, which means “snake” – which is exactly how kundalini energy works.
When it rises, it begins in your Root Chakra, where it shakes and stirs, then moves into your Sacral, Solar Plexus, Heart, and Throat, around your neck and up to your Third Eye,
winding and winding until it reaches your Crown, and WOW –
the priestess within you will rise like the phoenix to previously unseen heights of sexual and creative power.
Though serpentine is a common gemstone, its energy is anything but common.
Serpentine, which resonates with the element of earth and has incredible power over all seven chakras, brings ancient wisdom and a connection to nature – but it is best known for its ability to awaken kundalini energy.
Kundalini is the primal energy that is coiled at the base of the spine, and it is a powerful force. It is the energy of transformative sexual awakening, spiritual enlightenment, and expanded states of consciousness.
When a person’s kundalini is awakened, they achieve new levels of wisdom, insight, and creative power; the deepest wells of magic are tapped into and harnessed.
Approximate weight oz:
Medium 9.2 to 9.2
MOHS Hardness Scale
(Mg, Fe, Ni, Mn, Al, Zn)3[Si2O5](OH)4
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