Three Blue Crystal HeartsThe 3 Blue Crystal Hearts serve three 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). The blue tones
enhance harmony within the area. Each Crystal Heart has a small tunnel so that you can hang them with
string or use as a bracelet/earring. Sparkling and beautiful.
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