What is Citrine by Ana Crystal

Citrine is the stunning transparent, pale yellow to red-orange, to orange-yellow, to brownish orange variety of crystalline quartz. Many believed it was a gift from the sun which gives us a warm color to brighten up our mood. Though it’s not rare, most women value its impressive earth-toned color appearance which makes it more precious and brilliant. Its color changes from time to time depending on how you expose it. Citrine has positive characteristics when aiding the physical self and has an important role in valuing the spiritual self as well. It awakens and expands the higher mind, especially conscious awareness. 

Citrine Meaning

Citrine came from the Latin word “citrina” because of its clarity and pale citrus color. It is said to be a “Sun Stone” which keeps the sunlight and gains energy from it. For French word, it came from the word “citron” which means lemon. That identifies its autumn hues from light yellow to bright orange. Citrine was said to be used from the Old Testament which was part of Aaron’s breastplate. From the Hellenistic Age (300 and 150 BC), greek was amazed by the citrine’s vibrant color which eventually became a prized possession and began its way to fashion jewelry. 

Citrine is also known as The Merchant’s Stone. It gives good luck to business and trades. No questions asked because it carries prosperity, wealth, and success. 

It was lined with other precious and expensive quartz in the Victorian Era, where Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom used to love this crystal. After introducing citrine in part of Europe, it became trendy jewelry, in clothing, furniture, and invaded the interior design world. It was also presented during the Art Deco era (between World War I and World War II).

In this current era, other honorable women are spotted wearing natural expensive citrine mostly with deep yellow-orange color jewelry like Kate Middleton, Jessica Chastain, and Kate Winslet. 

Today, citrine is primarily used for decorating, fashion, interior, and a lot of it for designer jewelry pieces. A natural citrine color that has a dark shade of yellow-orange is more expensive than those pale color ones. But citrine popularity never gets old. Not depending on its color, citrine produces the same vibrance and beauty out of it. Some are crafted for parts of furniture depending on the clarity and how deep the color is. Citrine has been popular for many years now and became well-known because of its own beauty and characteristics.

Healing Properties

Citrine brings not just prosperity and success for the business or personal powers in career but it also has other characteristics which help people know themselves deeply when it comes to self development. It creates deeper connections within your core to improve self-esteem, self-confidence, self-trust, and get out the negativity inside you, and produces personal power. Citrine produces positive energy that helps your mood become lighter. Like drinking a cold lemonade on a sunny day, it brings refreshments into your body. So if you feel like you’re on a low energy kind of day, this crystal is perfect for you. 

It also has the power of transforming negativity into positive energy giving you the calmness of a feeling and balancing your emotions. 

It is also said to enhance the flow of feng shui in your home that invites earth energy and welcomes prosperity in your workroom.

Citrine helps the digestive system to calm down and functions accordingly with your body system as it is working as a moderator crystal. It refreshes the brain and builds it up intellectually, 

Feelings and Emotional Healing 

Citrine balances emotions and brings joy inside you. It helps you

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