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Sastun- Stone of Light- Acorn Pendant
Sastun- Stone of Light- Acorn Pendant
Sastun- Stone of Light- Acorn Pendant
Sastun- Stone of Light- Acorn Pendant
Sastun- Stone of Light- Acorn Pendant
Sastun- Stone of Light- Acorn Pendant
Sastun- Stone of Light- Acorn Pendant

Sastun- Stone of Light- Acorn Pendant

Regular price $49.99

This pendant is made with Sastun Stone set in an acorn shell with a copper bail for hanging on a cord or chain. The acorn shell has been wild-harvested and is varnished. Each pendant comes with an information card.

Stone of Light- "Sastun" is an ancient term from the Mayan traditions that refers to a mystical stone of healing and divination. In the Yucatec language the word for light is "sas" and the word for stone is "tun". So "Sastun" refers to a "stone of light".

Sastun stones collect vital life energy, amplify and balance it, and then radiate it outward into our aura for healing, vitalization, and purification of the auric field and energy centers. One of the most amazing qualities of Sastun stones is that they absorb light and photons and then they glow- radiating that collected energy back out in an amplified and purified form.

Vital life energy- Also known as chi, qi, prana, sok, ch'ulel and sekhem. This is the energy that permeates all life, it moves and flows through the entire cosmos. When we have an abundance of balanced and clear energy we experience good health, clarity of mind, and strength of soul. Sastun is constantly collecting this energy from the cosmos and redistributing it within our auric field.

Light- perhaps one of the most common metaphors within spiritual practices is the association between light and spiritual essence. We visualize healing and spiritual energies as light, the presence of the divine is often experienced as a light, and when experiencing our highest self we see it is a bright light. Sastun stones absorb light from all around- from the sun, stars, and cosmos- and enables us to tap into this sacred light. In this way it helps us in connecting to the cosmos and heavenly realms. Depending on how much light a Sastun absorbs it can glow for up to 8 hours in darkness.

Composition- All Sastun stones are handmade by Adam Kane (co-owner of Shaman's Dawn and shamanic practitioner). They are made with naturally occurring crystals of quartz, green quartz, and fluorite. These crystals are crushed into small chunks and then blended with naturally occurring rare-earth elements. The crystals and rare earth elements are then bonded together with a plant derived resin to create an amalgamated stone. The rare-earth elements used are natural mineral crystals that possess the unique capacity to absorb and store energy from ambient light. In darkness, the crystals instantly begin to emit a luminous glow by releasing the stored light energy. These rare-earth mineral crystals are non-radioactive and can include Europium, Strontium, Magnesium, Calcium, Barium, Silicon, and Titanium.
Another component of these stones is that due to the way the plant resins contract as they cure there is a constant pressure placed on the quartz crystals which activates their natural piezoelectric properties. Quartz naturally emits a pulse and electrical charge when pressure is exerted on it- so the quartz is also physically energized by this process.
The creation process of the Sastun stones has been guided by the spirits and pulls heavily from our shamanic practices. Each Sastun is energetically charged and blessed during shamanic ceremony and the creation process is done in a sacred way, with clear intention, accompanied by medicine songs.

The pictures that you see are typical of the quality of our Sastun pendants.  We are not able to photograph every stone available. Since each stone is unique, there may be variances from the photos.


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