Three Crystal Hearts ~ Romance LuckThe Three Crystal Hearts serve dual purposes. These can be used to energize
stagnant chi (si chi) and create postive chi (sheng chi) when used with sunlight.
Resembling the shape of a heart, they work wonders when placed in your Romance
Direction in accord to your Kua number (please do check with me if you are not
sure of this, and to also get your Inauspicious/Auspicious directions). Each
Crystal Heart is about 10mm in height and has a small tunnel so that you can hang
them with string or use as a bracelet/earring.
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