Danburite is the stone of harmony and happiness. This gem is your perfect ally to attract great friends, romance, and synchronistic life events. Energetically, danburite is a heart chakra and solar plexus stone aiding in raising self-confidence to shine your light bright enough to allow love in your life. With this stone in hand, step into your personal power and have the courage to set boundaries with others.
Danburite has a Libran quality to attract all that is beautiful and harmonious. Danburite is an excellent tool for connecting with the angelic forces. This stone naturally resonates at a crystal-clear tone, attracting the Angels of Love and Well-Being.
Use danburite to align to invoke Archangel Chamuel to help you see through the eyes of love. Danburite is a stone of harmony, marriage, and beneficial relationships. This stone helps you maintain a cooperative attitude to create an atmosphere of happiness.
Danburite empowers you to connect with your highest vibration, aligning you with your Divine purpose and your sacred heart. It is a stone of collaboration and cooperation. When used in the context of business relationships you can attract mutually beneficial results for all parties and great prosperity for everyone! The sparkling diamond-like energy of this stone amplifies prosperity and abundance.
As you use this gem you’ll start to see an increase in loyal and caring friends in your life when you use it with the intention to attract just that. Working and playing with danburite will help you to allow the development of a new romantic relationship or the rekindling of an existing one. It’s a great crystal to help you spiritualize your friendships.
GemSpot Affirmation: Success is mine! I sparkle and shine. I emanate harmony and love. I am grateful for my fantastic significant other, presently known or unknown. I allow love. I have the best friends a person could imagine! Angels surround me, protect me, and inspire me every day.
Learn more about rose quartz and other crystals and stones in The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals and Stones by Margaret Ann Lembo.