This charging plate measures 4x4"
Shungite charging plates, top polished. They are great to use for their purifying, cleansing and detoxifying properties.
They are 4" square tiles almost 1/2" thick and weigh about 10 oz. Only the top side is polished. The bottom and sides are not. You can use this tile on both sides.
Shungite tile plate can be used to charge and cleanse food, drinks, crystals, cell phones or other electronic items. Place your glass or plate on top of the tile to energetically charge your meal. Perfect for protecting yourself from cell phones, laptops, tablets, routers, wifi extenders, bluetooth devices, computers, notepads, and microwaves. The grounding and protective energies of Shungite make it a powerful protection stone.
Shungite is black in color, and said to be almost pure carbon. It is found in the Karelia region of Russia, near the village of Shunga. Shungite works to cleanse and align all the particles of the body, so that they are open to the rapid conjoining with the Light. Shungite aids ungrounded people to better connect with the Earth. It provides an aura of psychic protection and is a stone of truth. It dispels negativity and brings spiritual Light. On an emotional level, it is excellent for letting go of deep-seated feelings of fear, guilt or shame. It is also said to shield harmful electromagnetic radiation of any origin like computers, mobile phones and others.
Studies have been conducted by scientists from around the world to show, firstly, shungite is recognized as a mineral that has the unique ability to neutralize the waves emitted by various electronics and devices. Secondly, this mineral is recognized as one of the most effective natural materials in the field of EMF protection.
Genuine shungite stone contains inclusions of quartz and pyrite. Thus, you can see the whitish and yellowish veins of these minerals on the surface of the shungite surface. Pyrite streaks do not compromise the quality of shungite and its properties and is a natural feature of shungite.
Handmade in Karelia, Russia