Eudialyte is another stone of the heart. Its colour is a beautiful mix of purple, red, pink and white. It’s a stone that is very grounding and nourishing, that helps you focus on pursuing and achieving your goals. It’s also wonderful fo...
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Eudialyte is another stone of the heart. Its colour is a beautiful mix of purple, red, pink and white. It’s a stone that is very grounding and nourishing, that helps you focus on pursuing and achieving your goals. It’s also wonderful for honing your personal power.
Physical Energy Properties: Increases beta and alpha brain waves. Beta brain waves help you have better judgement which can help with problem-solving. Alpha brain waves occur when you are in a meditative, creative or daydreaming state. Since it’s a stone of the heart, it also helps with heart disease. Assists with bones and the skeletal system which can help broken bones and arthritis. Is also good for eyes, thyroid, and pancreas.
Emotional Energy Properties: Eudialyte is a stone that brings love, harmony and peace to your life. It is very good for all matters of the heart and emotions. This stone is also great for dispelling jealousy. It also helps you learn how to trust yourself and act on your truth. It also helps you to discern the actions of others and to protect yourself from toxic behaviour. Helps you in releasing emotions and traumas from the past.
Chakras: Connects with the Root and Heart chakras bringing them into alignment and activating them.
Astrological signs: Related to Aries.
History: Eudialyte was first discovered in 1819 in Greenland in a district called Julianehaab. It’s been a very popular mineral with collectors ever since because of its unique colouring. Its name comes from the Greek words eu and dialytos, meaning well decomposable because of its solubility in acid. Most of the Eudialyte on the market today is from the Kola Peninsula in Russia.
Where it's found: Found in Greenland, Russia, Madagascar, Canada and the United States.
Variations, Rarity and Value: These stones can be red, pink, yellow, blue, and brown. When you’re buying Fluorite gemstones, getting them loose instead of a pre-set in a ring, or other jewelry will ensure that you get the best value. You’ll find overall that loose gemstones are less expensive and you can also really see what you’re paying for. You also get to choose the colour, cut and shape of the stone. Eudialyte is a rare silicate mineral that is grown on a host rock rather than just on its own. It’s considered to be a good source of zirconium, and it rates 5 - 6 on Mohs scale of hardness.
How to use it: Use Eudialyte to help you focus on your goals and dreams. Bring it to work with you or set it on your desk to promote a good work attitude. Carry or wear this stone to help prevent worry and to alleviate stress.