Jeremejevite is a very rare stone from the Borate group. It’s a beautiful, most commonly blue stone that is great in jewelry, but since it’s so rare, it’s not often found often. This stone is great for self-acceptance and self-love th...
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Jeremejevite is a very rare stone from the Borate group. It’s a beautiful, most commonly blue stone that is great in jewelry, but since it’s so rare, it’s not often found often. This stone is great for self-acceptance and self-love that comes with knowing you are perfect exactly as you are.
Physical Energy Properties: The energy of this stone helps you with unexpected physical challenges and to make changes in your life to support your overall wellness. The stone can also help with disorganized cellular growth as well. It can help with colon issues, frostbite and poor circulation.
Emotional Energy Properties: This lovely stone can help to lessen grief and to help you accept any changes happening in your life. It can even help you make decisions about your future to take the next steps forward in your life once you have gone through the grieving process and releasing the past. You can uncover some of your innate intuitive abilities with this stone too.
Chakras: Associated with the Throat and Third Eye Chakra.
Astrological signs: Connected with the sign of Aquarius.
History: First found by French mineralogist Augustin Alexis Damour in 1883 who named the stone after renowned mineralogist Pawel Wladimirowich Jeremejew. The location it was first found was at Mt. Soktuj in Russia.
Where it's found: There are only about several sources for Jeremejevite worldwide, with six of them in Germany. The best sources are in the Erongo Region in Namibia. Then there is a place called Ameib, near Usakos, Nambia that yields nice Jeremejevite crystals.
Variations, Rarity and Value: Jeremejevite is one of the rarest minerals on Earth, but it’s easy enough to find if you want it. It’s quite hard and solid which makes it wonderful for making into jewelry. Although, it’s so rare that you may not find it in many jewelry stores. It has a Mohs hardness of 6.5 to 7.5, and it emulates the colour of other blue stones which it could be confused for.
How to use it: Have this stone with you when you are grieving the loss of a loved one or if you are feeling grief surrounding another life event. Using this stone in meditation will help you develop your intuition and your ability to understand how things could play out in the future.