March Crystal of the Month: Spirit Quartz



Key Attributes: merging with Higher Self; Protection; Spiritual Evolution; Freedom from Fear


Spirit Quartz is a stone of alignment and harmony, assisting the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies to resonate fully with one another. It assists in the integration of energy on the physical level and can eradicate discordant vibrations from the energetic field. Spirit Quartz encourages cooperation, group consciousness, and a willingness to put aside the self in favor of the higher good


Spirit Quartz is an unusual variety of Quartz, as it displays an unusual growing pattern – a central candle-shaped crystal form with faceted termination, and a main crystal body covered with small, terminated points. Most Spirit Quartz is Amethyst or Citrine to some extent. Spirit Quartz is also known as Cactus or Porcupine Quartz.


Spirit Quartz brings Spirit into play in all aspects of one’s inner and outer life. It aligns the everyday self with the Higher Self and assists the Higher Self in manifesting through one’s human form. This creates a dynamic whereby one’s positive effects upon other people and the world are greatly enhanced.


When used in meditation Spirit Quartz can being peace of mind and freedom from fear. Fear can compel us to sacrifice love and spontaneous joy for the sake of ‘security’; Spirit Quartz gently releases the tensions of our conscious and unconscious fears, allowing us to truly live.


Spirit Quartz is a storm element ally that appears in different colors – Amethyst, Citrine, and White Quartz – each focusing its energy upon a different level of the chakra system. This ally is a community within each stone, with each stone exhibiting varying small formations encrusting its sides. Each of these small crystals work in harmony with the overall stone to create the effect of a hundred-voice choir singing in harmony. Harmony is the energy of this crystal.



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References:

1. The Book of Stones by Robert Simmons and Naisha Ahsian