Metaphysics (易学)

Comforting Citrine

Citrine belongs to the family of quartz and is consider rare in nature, its color caused it to be confused with topaz. People have been using quartz as jewelry since ancient times. The Egyptians gathered striped agates and use them as talisman, ancient Greeks use rock crystal ornament, Romans wore rings set with Amethyst.

Today, in modern times, its attractive color, durability and affordability makes it the top-selling yellow-to-orange gem (Refractive index: 1.544 to 1.553) and Mohs Hardness of 7.

In the contemporary market, Citrine’s most popular shade is an earthy, deep, brownish or reddish orange.

Since natural Citrine is rare, most of the Citrine on the market is the result of heat treatment, which causes some amethyst to change color from undesirable pale violet to an attractive yellow. The amethyst’s original hue can determine the richness of the resulting Citrine yellow color.

Natural Citrine links or work with manifestation, imagination, and personal will. It also represent the power of the sun, it is warm and comforting, energizing, and life-giving. It stimulates the chakras like the sunlight of spring, clearing the mind and stirring the soul to action.

Its frequency awakens creativity and imagination and sustains the process of transforming dreams and wishes into tangible form. With its pure yellow energy, Citrine encourages the fullness of life, fresh beginnings, and new pursuits.

Natural Citrine does not hold or accumulate negative energy, but rather transmutes, dissipates, and grounds it, making it extremely protective for the environment. It works out problems on both the physical and subtle levels, transforming negative thoughts and feelings into positive ones. It is one of only two crystals on Earth that never needs to be cleared or cleansed. The other is Kyanite.

Citrine is a transparent, yellow variety of Quartz, ranging in color from pale to golden yellow, honey, or almost brown, and may contain rainbow or sparkle inclusions. The name comes from the French word citron, meaning “lemon”. It was used as a gem in Greece as far back as 300 B.C., and because of its color, is sometimes mistakenly referred to as Gold Topaz, Madeira or Spanish Topaz, or Safranite.

Citrine is also known as the Success Stone or Merchant’s Stone. It will manifest success and abundance in your business or career. Besides wearing CItrine as a jewelery, we can also place it on our personal wealth sector in own room or on the house wealth sector in the living room.

There are several ways to derive the wealth sector, namely:
1. Using 8 Mansion Method
2. Using Personal Wealth Sector in QiMen
3. Using Annual QiMen Approach
4. Using 10 Deity (Direct / Indirect Wealth) in BaZi
5. Using Wealth Phrase in 12 Cycle
6. Using Gua Number + Flying Stars

Citrine being yellow in color is related to Earth Element in Chinese Metaphysics. The stone stimulates digestion, the spleen, and the pancreas. It helps keep skin, nails, hair healthy and is good for relieving skin irritations and allergies, especially those caused by food.

Citrine’s radiant yellow energy activates, opens, and energizes the Sacral Chakras. The Sacral Chakra is located below the belly button. It controls the flow of energy and is the center of gravity of the body and the life force. It controls the flow of information to and fro between body and the mind.

Location: Below the navel
Colour: Orange
Organs: Urogenital system
Identity: Pleasure & Inner Child
Functions: Enjoyment of life, creativity, pleasures, desires, sexuality, emotions, inner child
connection
Balanced Energy: Creative, emotionally balanced, open to one’s emotions, balanced sexuality

The Lower Emotional Body (connected to the sacral chakra). The lower emotional body follows the general shape of the physical and etheric bodies, but it is more amorphous and fluid, and it extends outwardly by a few centimetres. This body does not duplicate the physical body; it is more like an energy field. It contains moving energy “blobs” or “clouds” of different colours, each being felt as a specific emotion. These colours may vary from bright clear hues to dark muddy ones, depending on the type of emotions.