What Is the Difference in African Opal and Ordinary Opal?


The difference between African opal and ordinary opal is that African opal enhances cosmic consciousness and induces psychic and mystical visions, it stimulates originality and dynamic creativity, aids in accessing and expressing ones true self and it is a delicate stone with fine vibration. On the other hand ordinary opal teaches that what you put out comes back, strengthens the will to live, strengthens memory and treats Parkinson disease. However both of them are associated with mystic powers.
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An African opal have the following characteristics in comparison to an original opal: Delicate stone with fine vibration. It enhances cosmic consciousness and induces psychic end mystical visions. Stimulates originality and dynamic creativity. Aids in accessing and expressing ones true self. Picks up thoughts and feelings, amplifies them, and returns them to the source. A karmic stone, it teaches that what you put out comes back. Emotionally, it has always been associated with love and passion, desire and eroticism. Opal strengthens the will to live. Treats Parkinson disease, infections, fevers and strengthens memory. Purifying the blood and kidneys, it regulates insulin, eases childbirth and alleviates PMS (use dark colours).
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