In This Episode:

 

[0:12] - The emotional and spiritual elements of citrine
[0:59] - Citrine, the solar plexus, and digestion
[1:51] - Citrine and negative energy
[2:06]
- How we use citrine
[2:52]
- How the earth creates citrine
[3:33] - Heat treatment and authenticity of citrine

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[0:00] Hey there! Welcome to Mama in the Making, I'm Rochelle Serna and today I want to talk a little bit about citrine.

[0:12] Citrine is one of my favorite gemstones. I have been, um, really interested in exploring the different emotional, spiritual, and physical properties of stones, and I have loved citrine since the beginning.

It's been one of my favorites because it does so many wonderful things.

So this stone is really known as the—it’s a happy stone and it’s a success stone. So it's really known for bringing success into your life in whatever way that that means for you.

So a lot of people use it to manifest, when they meditate and they're trying to manifest something that they want to bring into their life citrine’s a really good one to have by your side.

It’s also, you know, it supports that third chakra, the solar plexus, so it's really good for that will power for, you know, deciding what you will do and what you want, and so it all kind of ties into that.

[0:59] And if you remember the third chakra—solar plexus—is right over your belly area so citrine is also really good for digestive issues.

It helps with, you know, preventing stomach illness or if you have a belly ache, and one-time Vincenzo wasn't feeling well, he had a little bug and he could not keep anything down, and his poor little diapers, he was just, I changing them all the time. And I was drawn to the citrine, and he will actually lay down and let me put stones on him (I am teaching him early) {laughing & pointing at camera} so, he let me put a little citrine right on his solar plexus and just kind of put it there with some intention, good intention of healing and within a couple hours he was feeling much better and having a lot easier time with his digestion and not as many diapers to change things like that. So it was really helpful to getting get the process started.

[1:51] So it’s a good stone for lots of different things, and one of the really cool things about it that it is unable to attract any negative energy, so it actually is one of the few stones that doesn't even ever need to be cleansed because it’s kind of a self-cleansing—cause it doesn’t attract negative energy.

[2:06] So I have a couple different citrines around the house. I have my little pocket one that I like to keep, that I showed you earlier. And I wear that my pocket if I feel like I'm kinda having a belly ache, or I just want some extra happiness and success to come to me that day.

And then I also have my geode version. This is a really fun one, I just added it to my collection. And this one I keep on a mantle in my living room just as—kind of for the whole family and for always. Just to have it around. I really like having this one as a constant reminder of just…manifestation and and using our will to complete the things that we, that we want to succeed at in life.

Is my citrine authentic?

[2:52] A little background about citrine cause I think there's some question about exactly where it comes from. A lot of people know that amethyst, this is amethyst here, the purple version of it. Amethyst is heat-treated often to create citrine. And this is a little bit of a controversial thing. cause people think that maybe it means that the citrine you have isn’t authentic, but from what I believe and what I've seen and read it's actually quite the same.

It still has the same properties because all that citrine it is, is an amethyst that was naturally heated by the earth. So it's naturally heated before it’s mined, and it turns it into that goldish, uh, golden yellowish color.

[3:33] And then what we've been doing a lot, and what you'll see a lot on the market these days—and sometimes you don't even know if it is, I have no idea if mine are heat-treated manually or not—but people will mine amethyst and then treat it with heat afterwards and turn it into citrine manually or through a lab or whatever you want to call it.

But like I said, from what I understand the properties of the citrine are the same, so it shouldn't be too big pf an issue, but you have to go with what feels right for you.

Stones are all about the energy, so as long as you feel the good energy then it should be a good choice for you.

[4:06] Alright so that is a little low down on citrine, I’d love to hear what your favorite stones are, and I will definitely be sharing some of my other favorites in the future!

Alright talk soon, bye {waving}

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To golden magic,

Love, Rochelle

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