Labradorite is a beautiful, iridescent bluish grey feldspar with hints of gold, green, purple and white. Often compared to the Aurora Borealis because of how different colours shine when it’s placed under light. A very mystical and protec...
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Labradorite is a beautiful, iridescent bluish grey feldspar with hints of gold, green, purple and white. Often compared to the Aurora Borealis because of how different colours shine when it’s placed under light. A very mystical and protective stone that prevents energy leakage and acts as a barrier to negative energy.
Physical Energy Properties: Helpful in balancing warts, colds and gout. Treats eye disorders and brain disorders. It can also help in figuring out the root causes of a disease or disorder. Balances hormones, metabolism and alleviates stress and anxiety.
Emotional Energy Properties: Labradorite balances emotions and chakras as well as the subconscious and conscious mind. Helps protect the aura by creating a strong shield or barrier around a person. Protects you from projections and judgements coming from others. Gives you strength and wisdom through transformational periods.
Chakras: Related to the crown chakra and higher consciousness. It’s a very mystical stone that carries spiritual wisdom.
Astrological signs: Connected with Sagittarius, Scorpio and Leo.
History: Labradorite was found in the Isle of Paul in 1770 and was named after Labrador in Canada. As time went on, people called the special optical effect it shows labradorescence. Inuit legends say that the Northern Lights have been encapsulated in these stones to shine forever. It’s also said to bring a person light so that they can hear their own inner voice clearly.
Where it's found: Found in Canada, Norway, Madagascar, Finland, Russia, Italy, Greenland and Scandinavia.
Variations, Rarity and Value: Labradorite with the highest value will have a full spectrum of colour in its labradorescence. Larger slices of labradorite are even used in architecture and as countertops in kitchens and bathrooms while smaller, rarer pieces are used in fine and expensive jewelry. The more inexpensive pieces of labradorite still have labradorescence but just not as vivid as the more valuable pieces and they are used in pendants, rings, bracelets and as tumbled stones and carvings.
How to use it: Wear labradorite as a pendant to keep your aura cleansed and protected. You can also place labradorite in your home for protection. Place it on your third eye or crown chakra on the top of your head to activate these energy centres.
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