Citrine

Citrine, with its sunlit glow, is more than just a gemstone; it is a source of light and positive energy. Carrying the warmth and joy of the sun at its core, this radiant crystal has long been prized for its ability to illuminate and renew.

With a natural connection to the radiant energy of the sun, citrine is known to bring a sense of renewed vitality, optimism and an invigorating aura to all who come into contact with it.

Citrine is also said to bring prosperity and has been used in ceremonies with the aim of attracting abundance and manifesting desires on various levels, not only financially but also in other areas.

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What is Citrine?

Citrine is a fascinating gemstone that belongs to the quartz family. As one of the many varieties of quartz, citrine stands out with its characteristic yellow to golden brown hue that radiates with an almost sunlit glow. This unique color is due to traces of iron in the quartz, giving it its signature color. Citrine is a yellow, macrocrystalline variety of quartz, and the name refers to the mineral's lemon-yellow color. Most gemstones originate from Brazil.

Where is citrine found?

While citrine can be found naturally in nature, genuine, natural citrine is a rarity. Many of the citrines we see on the market today are actually the result of heated amethyst . When amethyst is heated, it changes color from purple to the familiar golden shade of citrine. Although both stones are beautiful and valued, it is important to distinguish between natural citrine and the heated variety to understand their true origin and value.

How does citrine work?

The most important thing to understand about crystals is that there is actually no set "right" or "wrong" way to use them. The key is to listen to your own intuition. Although it may seem obvious to place a crystal on your solar plexus chakra because of its yellow color , you can also easily use it on other chakra points or simply keep it in your pocket. However, it is worth noting that the closer the crystal is to your skin, the more effectively it can work.

Remember this about your citrine crystals:

But here's a little thing to keep in mind about citrine crystals: Although they are relatively durable, you should avoid exposing them to direct sunlight, as this can cause them to lose their color. Therefore, make sure to protect them from bright sunlight.

The physical properties of citrine

A citrine can help you build connection to your inner strength and strengthen your belief in yourself. This creates a positive spiral where joy, positivity, motivation and confidence naturally thrive and attract even more of the same positive energy. The resulting success and joy will ultimately lead to greater satisfaction and further boost your confidence.
Citrine has calming properties that can increase your mental clarity, promote positive thinking and strengthen your solar plexus chakra. It is a useful stone in cases of nervousness, depression, stress and feelings of sadness. Some people even call it "the exam stone" because of its calming effect in stressful situations. Be aware that citrine can fade if exposed to sunlight for a long time.

Where to store citrine?

Some people choose to keep a citrine crystal in their wallet in the hope of attracting financial prosperity. If you are preparing for an exam, you may also consider placing it at the table or computer where you study, or carry it with you when you have to perform.
I recommend placing a citrine in the prosperity corner of your home or office, which is usually the back left corner from the front door or entrance to a room. You may also consider placing a citrine on your altar if you have one, or near your workplace, especially if you work with manifestation. Finally, it may be a good idea to put a small citrine in your wallet to attract financial abundance.

Origin of citrine crystals

Most citrine crystals originate in Brazil and are similar in many ways to other quartz crystals in appearance. However, it is worth noting that many citrine crystals on the market have actually been created by heating amethyst crystals, which changes their color. These are often called burnt citrine crystals and they have a darker shade compared to naturally occurring citrine crystals. Nevertheless, distinguishing between the two types can be challenging.

Choosing crystals is always about personal preference and choosing what you are drawn to.

General information about citrine:

Chakra : Solar plexus, Crown
Zodiac signs : Gemini, Libra, Taurus
Cleanse : Incense, Full Moon, Selenite

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What is Citrine?

Citrine is a fascinating gemstone that belongs to the quartz family. As one of the many varieties of quartz, citrine stands out with its characteristic yellow to golden brown hue that radiates with an almost sunlit glow. This unique color is due to traces of iron in the quartz, giving it its signature color. Citrine is a yellow, macrocrystalline variety of quartz, and the name refers to the mineral's lemon-yellow color. Most gemstones originate from Brazil.

Where is citrine found?

While citrine can be found naturally in nature, genuine, natural citrine is a rarity. Many of the citrines we see on the market today are actually the result of heatedamethyst. When amethyst is heated, it changes color from purple to the familiar golden shade of citrine. Although both stones are beautiful and valued, it is important to distinguish between natural citrine and the heated variety to understand their true origin and value.

How does citrine work?

The most important thing to understand about crystals is that there is actually no set "right" or "wrong" way to use them. The key is to listen to your own intuition. While it may seem obvious to place a crystal on your solar plexus chakra because of its yellow color, you can also easily use it on other chakra points or simply keep it in your pocket. However, it is worth noting that the closer the crystal is to your skin, the more effectively it can work.

Remember this about your citrine crystals:

But here's a little thing to keep in mind about citrine crystals: Although they are relatively durable, you should avoid exposing them to direct sunlight, as this can cause them to lose their color. Therefore, make sure to protect them from bright sunlight.

The physical properties of citrine

A citrine can help you build connection to your inner strength and strengthen your belief in yourself. This creates a positive spiral where joy, positivity, motivation and confidence naturally thrive and attract even more of the same positive energy. The resulting success and joy will ultimately lead to greater satisfaction and further boost your confidence. Citrine has calming properties that can increase your mental clarity, promote positive thinking and strengthen your solar plexus chakra. It is a useful stone in cases of nervousness, depression, stress and feelings of sadness. Some people even call it "the exam stone" because of its calming effect in stressful situations. Be aware that citrine can fade if exposed to sunlight for a long time.

Where to store citrine?

Some people choose to keep a citrine crystal in their wallet in the hope of attracting financial prosperity. If you are preparing for an exam, you may also consider placing it by the table or computer where you study, or carry it with you when you have to perform. I recommend placing a citrine in the prosperity corner of your home or office , which is usually the back left corner from the front door or entrance to a room. You may also consider placing a citrine on your altar if you have one, or near your workplace, especially if you work with manifestation. Finally, it may be a good idea to put a small citrine in your wallet to attract financial abundance.

Origin of citrine crystals

Most citrine crystals originate in Brazil and are similar in many ways to other quartz crystals in appearance. However, it is worth noting that many citrine crystals on the market have actually been created by heating amethyst crystals, which changes their color. These are often called burnt citrine crystals and they have a darker shade compared to naturally occurring citrine crystals. Nevertheless, it can be challenging to distinguish between the two types. Choosing crystals is always about personal preference and choosing what you are drawn to.

General information about citrine:

Chakra: Solar plexus, Crown

Zodiac sign: Gemini, Libra, Taurus

Clean: Incense, Full Moon, Selenite