Cleavelandite is a stone that will help you fulfill your goals by creating laser-sharp focus. IT’s a variety of Albite, and it is formed with plates as a chemical composition of sodium aluminum silicate. It’s usually white or cream in c...
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Cleavelandite is a stone that will help you fulfill your goals by creating laser-sharp focus. IT’s a variety of Albite, and it is formed with plates as a chemical composition of sodium aluminum silicate. It’s usually white or cream in colour.
Physical Energy Properties: Assists in preventing heart disease and strokes as it’s good for the heart and the brain. Also beneficial for helping arteriosclerosis and degenerative joint diseases. Helps reduce allergies, skin issues, and ulcerative colitis. Useful for stress and stress-related diseases.
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Emotional Energy Properties: Creates focus to fulfill dreams and goals. It can also help to uncover your gifts and talents. Helps in focusing on the positive and coming out of challenging situations. Useful in balancing emotional wounds, abandonment, betrayal and rejection. Helps you accept others for who they are and to see the truth. A good relationship stone.
Chakras: Connected to the Crown chakra.
Astrological signs: Related to Libra.
History: Cleavelandite was named in 1823 by Henry J. Brooke in honour of Parker Cleaveland who was a professor of geology and mineralogy at Bowdoin College in Maine from 1805-1858. Cleaveland wrote the first mineralogy textbook in 1816. Cleavelandite was also described in 1817 by Johann Friedrich Ludwig Hausmann under the name kieselspath.
Where it's found: This stone can be found in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Madagascar and Russia.
Variations, Rarity and Value: Cleavelandite minerals are usually white colour with a vitreous lustre in reflected light and with perfect cleavage in one direction. The hardness is usually 6 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale. It can often be found to be infused with mica, lepidolite and tourmaline. It’s usually used as a crystal specimen and not really much in jewelry.
How to use it: Use when travelling or moving for safe passage. Hold when communicating and relating to others. Keep with you when you need stress relief.