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Apache Tear

Apache tear is a type of obsidian, a volcanic glass formed from molten lava. It is a deep black or dark brown colour typically used for decorative purposes. This stone is not explicitly associated with any particular chakra. However, it is said to have a grounding and protective energy that can benefit all chakras.

Regarding its healing properties, apache tear is said to help with emotional healing and release, particularly around grief and loss. It is also believed to help with grounding and protection and to promote a sense of inner strength and resilience. Spiritually, apache tear has a connection to Native American traditions and is said to have been used by the Apache people for protection. It is also connected to the earth element, supporting grounding and a connection to the natural world.

A legend associated with apache tears tells the story of a group of Apache warriors who the US cavalry pursued in the late 1800s. Rather than surrender, the warriors rode their horses off a cliff to their deaths. It is said that the tears of the Apache women who mourned their loss turned to stone as they hit the ground. Thus, becoming the first apache tears. Today, apache tear is still used for its spiritual and healing properties. Often carried as a talisman for protection and emotional healing. It is also widely used in jewellery and decorative objects.

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Apache Tear