Native American Birth Totem – Obsidian

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Native American Birth Totem – Obsidian

Native American Birth Totem – Obsidian

Volcanic lava that cools and solidifies very quickly forms into a type of natural glass called Obsidian, the totem mineral associated with the Long Snows Moon. Being a natural glass, Obsidian is highly reflective and can reflect a person’s thoughts to the one wearing it, bestowing upon them a sort of clairvoyance.

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Obsidian can be very sharp and can help one to cut straight to the heart of a matter. It can also sharpen one’s outer and inner vision, thus enabling them to have foresight, the ability to see into the future.

Obsidian is a powerful grounding and centering stone which grounds its wearers to the Earth’s energy, and teaches them how to use this energy within themselves to center their being with the Earth, thus bringing about stability.

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