Boji Stones are paired male and female energies and help balance your energy field and assist in removing pain. They have a gentle energy which can firmly ground you to the earth and in the present moment. Strongly protective, these stones realign your chakras, help close and repair holes in your aura, and allow you to overcome blockages you are experiencing.
These stones are sometimes referred to as “Kansas Pop Rocks,” due to their place of origin, Kansas in the United States.
The smoother stone of each pair is considered the female, while the rugged one is thought to be the male. Together, they balance masculine and feminine (and Yin Yang) energies.
Boji stones are found in the United States, primarily in Kansas. They are found in male and female pairs. They are typically small with a dark gray coloration.
Boji Stones are beneficial to all of the chakras.
You can place these stones in full moon moonlight to energize. It can also be moved through sage smoke or incense, placed in rice, or buried in the earth overnight.
This stone is associated with Aquarius and Scorpio.
These stones are believed to assist with tissue regeneration and energy management.
Disclaimer: Crystal meanings and spiritual healing lore are not a prescription, diagnosis or healthcare information. They are presented as spiritual supports to healing and other life issues. See a doctor or licensed medical practitioner for all health issues.
Boji Stones at Crystal Life
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