You meditated for the first time last night with crystals on all seven chakras you began to vibrate and had developed a slightly painful pressure in your third eye chakra Has anyone experienced this?
I do when my third eye chakra is closed or almost closed....when I don't use my gifts and come away from my spirituality for awhile, I find that when I meditate my third eye almost hurts. Maybe you are closed off there, and therefore it will be slightly uncomfortable....but the more meditation you do, the more open you will become.
Crystals form when they are in high pressure. Read More
Crystallization refers to a melt which is subjected to a decrease in temperature or an increase in pressure which causes crystals to form (crystallization). Melting is the opposite of crystallizing and is when crystals are subjected to an increase in temperature or a decrease in pressure which causes the crystals to melt. Read More
because nothing in nature is flawless, crystals either grow from minerals or form under lots of pressure and heat Read More
Different types of rock crystals are exposed to different amounts of pressure and the environment could be different. Read More
Increased pressure causes temperature to rise, enhancing ice crystal melt. Read More
Pressure developed within a volume of molten metal. Read More
Crystals are the form that minerals take upon solidification. Metamorphic is a term used to describe a rock that undergoes a chemical or mineral transformation from heat or pressure. New crystals can form in rock undergoing metamorphosis, but the crystals themselves are not considered metamorphic. Read More
By the pressure that squeeze or crush it down Read More
heat and pressure Read More
Metamorphization-the process of heating and putting stone under great amounts of pressure. The slower the rocks cool, the larger the crystals. Read More
It is a clay sample where the largest effective pressure previously experienced is larger than the current pressure Read More
It depends on the mineral and the pressure and temperature at which it forms best. Read More
It forms a face-centered cubic crystals. Under pressure these change to hexagonal close packed (hcp) crystals. Read More
High pressure during metamorphism causes minerals with flat or needle-like crystals to form with their long axes perpendicular to the pressure. Read More
Phosphorus can, in fact, exist as covalent crystals in the solid state. Phosphorus usually exists in the solid state as non-covalent crystals. Under intense pressure, however, the bonds can become covalent. Read More
With sufficient heating, the blue colored hydrated copper sulfate crystals common at standard temperature and pressure will lose their water of hydration and lose their blue color. With further heating, the anhydrous crystals will melt. Read More
A low pressure area is caused by a drop in temperature in the atmosphere. Read More
More pressure is normally experienced in the ocean, where apart from lack of oxygen, divers experience stronger gravity. Read More
they form a new type of rock or crystal. Read More
Sodium chloride is a solid at standard temperature and pressure and has crystals with a cubic lattice. Read More
Winds are produced when there is a difference in atmospheric pressure. Air moves from areas of high pressure in the atmosphere to areas of low pressure. This movement of air is experienced as wind. Read More
Sandstone that has experienced heat and high pressure can form a metamorphic rock called quartzite. Read More
pressure relief valve relief the excess pressure which is developed in the syatem, while pressure reducing valve reduces the pressure and supply it to the system. Read More
PN 16 valve can withstand 5 bar pressure. I have experienced that at 7 bar it cannot hold the pressure and starts to leak. Read More
Foliated means the crystals are formed in parallel bands. This is formed when pressure crushes the rock so that it becomes denser. This causes the crystals to produce band as space runs out at 900 to the pressure. E.g. Weight of rocks above produce bands horizontally. Read More
Melvin is an experienced driver He knows that the more pressure he applies to the brake pedal the faster his car will stop?
Braking distance is a function of pressure applied to the brake pedal. Read More
may be becoz of crystals .... more pressure is exerted by the birds in excretion so may be coz of bouyent force the bird is lifted up so this may be helps in flight... Read More
Rocks get recrystallized when heat and pressure are added. This causes the rocks to have larger crystals, equally increasing them inside. Read More
Temperature, pressure, and availability of elements all have an impact on the type of mineral formed and the size of its crystals. Read More
This is the limit of solubilty at a given temperature and pressure. Read More
Many techniques have been developed for the measurement of pressure and vacuum. Instruments used to measure pressure are called pressure gauges or vacuum gauges. Read More
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When a jar of honey is left unstirred for a long time solid crystals of honey form on the bottom of the jardescribe a method for returning the honey to a sreadable from without having to open the jar?
The solid crystals in the jar is formed when moisture in the air mixes with the honey. In order to get into a spreadable form again you will have to gently heat the jar until the crystals melt. Due to the heating of the jar you will produce pressure inside the jar so you will need to loosen the lid to let out the pressure and the moisture. Read More
Heat, space, type and availability of chemical constituents, pressure--all contribute to crystal growth. Read More
Well The Igneous Rock: When it Forms Underground the Pressure combines with Large crystals :) Read More
piezoelectricity - the principle by which certain crystals become electrically charged when pressure is applied. Read More
A solution may be prepared by dissolving crystals of a salt in water What would probably not affect the rate of solubility?
Reducing Aire Pressure Read More
There have been studies done on this and the answer is: don't stay in too long if you have high blood pressure. Studies showed that people with high blood pressure and/or hypertension experienced a drop in blood pressure but then 10 minutes after staying in their blood pressure began to rise. Read More
how and where would the rock might have been formed that has large crystals of feldspar mica and quartz?
due to the large crystal grains of the rock and existence of feldspar and mica the rock could either be of igneous or metamorphic origin.incase it is of igneous origin the rock is intrusive igneous rock that form deep in the earth crust and cool at a relatively slow rate developing large crystals.in case of metamorphic origin the rock is high grade metamorphic rock that have experienced high metamorphic condition (high pressure and temperature);that is… Read More
Snow is ice. Little ice crystals. If it melts and refreezes it can become solid ice. Or if it forms big masses of snow then the pressure will fuse the snow crystals into solid ice. Read More
Who developed the concept that the total pressure of a mixture of gases is the sum of their particle pressures?
Dalton Read More
Crystals of a certain mineral have a regular formation of atoms. However, crystals of the same mineral can grow differently. The presence of trace minerals, variations in heat, pressure, and the space that they have to grow in can influence the shape of a crystal. Crystalline structures demonstrate characteristic geographic variations for these reasons. Read More
Crystals and minerals, but not fossils, as the intense pressure would have destroyed them (except in some rare contact metamorphic rocks). Read More
CoCO3, or Cobalt (II) Carbonate is a salt of cobalt. At standard temperature and pressure, it presents as reddish pink crystals. Read More
Pressure is given as Force per unit area (ie. 1 Pascal of pressure is the experienced when 1 Newton of force is exerted over an area of 1m^2). Therefore Pressure and Force are proportional to one another. Area the force is exerted over is inversely proportional to pressure. Read More
The reason why all rocks may have large crystals are because of one of the following reasons: If the rock is an igneous rock: Igneous rocks form when magma/lava cools. The slower it cools, the larger the crystals because they have more time to develop. If the rock is a metamorphic rock: Metamorphic rocks form from heat and pressure on top of other rocks. The more heat and pressure that builds on top of it… Read More