Also spelled Stillbite, this crystal is a very delicate and soft material that holds the energy of Universal Love. It’s usually white in colour and can have either plates or pyramids. This is a beautiful stone to get if you’re on a jour...
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Also spelled Stillbite, this crystal is a very delicate and soft material that holds the energy of Universal Love. It’s usually white in colour and can have either plates or pyramids. This is a beautiful stone to get if you’re on a journey of self-exploration and expansion.
Physical Energy Properties: Treats loss of taste and the taste buds as well as laryngitis and sore throat. It’s also beneficial to the brain, and it is a powerful detoxifier. It has been used to counteract poison, and it also increases pigmentation of the skin making the skin look darker.
Emotional Energy Properties: Stilbite opens the heart and helps you overcome fear and loss. It has a very calming influence that helps you sink deeply into a meditative or relaxed state. It grounds spiritual energy and helps to expand your consciousness to be able to perceive other realms and dimensions. With Stilbite, you’ll also feel less overwhelmed as it clears the mind and helps you remain focused on your goals.
Chakras: Connected with the Throat chakra, the Third Eye chakra and the Crown chakra.
Astrological signs: Related to the sign of Aries.
History: The name Stilbite comes from the Greek word stilbein which means to shine since it has a gleaming and pearly appearance. In Germany, it’s called Desmine which means a bundle and that was the original name it was given in 1818. That was when it was found that stilbite was different from Heulandite.
Where it's found: Stilbite can be found in India and the United States. It can also be found in Iceland, and the Faeroe Islands and Scotland.
Variations, Rarity and Value: It is usually colourless or white, but it can also be yellow, pink, salmon, brown, orange, red, green, blue and black. It’s one of the zeolite minerals a sodium calcium hydrous aluminum silicate. It has a hardness of 3.5 to 4, and it is formed in cavities in lava. It’s often found along with Heulandite and Apophyllite.
How to use it: Can be used as a scrying tool or placed on the Third Eye to enhance intuition and insight.