Agate: is a natural stone that works at all emotional and physical levels. It personifies our first incarnation of Durga, Sailaputri, an embodiment of power of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
Rose Quartz: is a stone of love and connects to second incarnation of Durga, Brahmacharini, who personifies love and loyalty.
Moon Stone: also, called "Chandrakant" in Sanskrit, is a mystical gemstone with the energy of moon that attracts good fortune and psychic abilities. It personifies third incarnation of Durga, Chandrakanta, who wears semicircular moon (Chandra) on her forehead and signifies Peace.
Rutile Quartz: also, known as Angel's Hair, is a crystal of truth that boosts creativity. It personifies our fourth incarnation of Durga, Saraswati, goddess of knowledge, music, art and science.
Mother of Pearl: a home of pearls with gentle power of the sea, relaxing, soothing and calming to emotions. It personifies fifth form of Durga, Skandamata, her name comes from Skanda (war) and Mata (mother) who carries her baby Murugan in her lap, granting oceans of wisdom.
Druzy: is a mineral stone that grows slowly over millions of years with coating of molten rocks in volcanic areas of earth with ground water flowing and helps overcoming the fear at various levels. It personifies sixth form of Durga, Katyayani, a fierce form of Shakti created out of spontaneous anger of Gods, eventually slaying the demon, Mahishasura. She inspires devotees to face challenges to inherit strength within.
Smokey Quartz: is a rare stone, naturally irradiated dark brown to black in colour with detoxifying properties, heals trauma and enhances courage and inner strength. It personifies our seventh form of Durga, Kalaratri who represents death of Kaal, appearing as dark night for demons.
Baroque Pearl: is undefined irregular shaped pearl grown in fresh water with healing property of purity and tranquility. It personifies our eight form of Durga, Mahagauri, white as shell and bright as ray of lightning, radiating peace and compassion.
Clear Quartz: is master healer that amplifies energy and the effect of other crystals. It personifies ninth form of Durga, Siddhidatri, the ultimate of female goddess worshiped by all other gods having achieved all eight Siddhi's.
The celebration of Navratri may end with the worship of all nine forms of goddess Durga, but the vibrations of the auspicious stones will remain and continue to connect and tune to a life of endless bliss.
"If you wish to understand the universe, think of energy, frequency and vibrations"
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