Zeolite Meaning and Spiritual Properties

Zeolite Meaning and Spiritual Properties

Zeolite is formed by common minerals that grow together like apophyllite, okenite, stilbite, prehnite and pectolite which are all in the zeolite group. This is an excellent crystal to bring into your home to improve the energy in your livin...

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Zeolite is formed by common minerals that grow together like apophyllite, okenite, stilbite, prehnite and pectolite which are all in the zeolite group. This is an excellent crystal to bring into your home to improve the energy in your living environment.

Physical Energy Properties: Good for detoxing and alcoholism or other addictions. Can be a useful treatment for goitres and bloating. It will also absorb odours and toxins in your home. You can also find zeolite powder that is edible to add to water or smoothies to boost your immune system and remineralize your body.

Emotional Energy Properties: Zeolite attunes with Reiki, an energy working practice. It can also clear out negative energy and thought patterns bringing in more positivity. Perfect for meditation and spiritual work, calming the emotions and relieving anxiety.

Chakras: Depending on the type of Zeolite stone, each one corresponds with a different chakra.

Astrological signs: Connects with all astrological signs.

History: Zeolite was first found and used by the Ancient Romans. They used it to filter their water in aqueducts. It has also been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. Zeolite was formally recognized as a mineral In 1756 by a Swedish mineralogist named Cronstedt. He called them zeolite which comes from the Greek words zeo meaning boil and lithos meaning stone. In the 1950’s Zeolite was discovered in the United States and by the 1970’s they were using it to clear wastewater ammonia and radioactive material. Because of it’s purifying abilities, it has also been used in pools since the 1980’s.

Where it's found: Found naturally in India, Italy, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States.

Variations, Rarity and Value: Zeolites are hydrated aluminosilicates of alkaline and alkaline-earth metals. They are relatively common, and 40 natural zeolites have been found in the last 200 years. The most common types are analcime, clinoptilolite, chabazite, erionite, ferrierite, heulandite, laumontite, mordenite, and phillipsite. Some of them are synthesized, and they are used commercially because of their high adsorption and detoxifying abilities. It’s used in cat litter, animal food, soil and wastewater treatment.

How to use it: Can be used as a meditation tool or in a Reiki session. Also good to place in your home to detoxify the air. You can also make an elixir out of it to remineralize the body, balance pH levels and support immune function. Be sure to buy only food grade zeolite products that are meant for human consumption.



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