A Crystal Message about the Healing Properties of Moldavite: “Open yourself to your connection with the stars. Feel your consciousness expand with the energy of the Universe.”
- Facilitates astral travel
- Enhances shamanic journeying and soul journeying
- Connects the user with higher beings (especially during meditation or channeling)
- Encourages spiritual ascension and soul evolution
- Facilitates dream journeying and lucid dreaming
- Enhances the intuition and psychic awareness
- Promotes psychic phenomena
- Heals and balances the mind, body, and spirit
Colors: Emerald green
Associated Chakras: Heart (4th), Third Eye (6th), Crown (7th)
Zodiac Signs: Cancer, Sagittarius
Elements: Air; Water
Companion Flowers: Jack in the Pulpit
Companion Essential Oil: Juniper
Companion Stone: Herkimer Diamond
Common Origins: Found only in the Moldau River Valley of the Czech Republic
Notes: Moldavite is a green variety of Tektite and is often described as an “impactite.” For more information about Moldavite, Click Here to read our blog post article.
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The staff from my new age shop, Mimosa Books & Gifts, had this to share:
Moldavite has a very high frequency, causing some people to experience strong reactions. The intense energy may cause them to laugh, cry, or break out in a sweat–reactions that may all be part of the evolution of consciousness. The rarest specimens are known as “angel chimes”; pieces will actually “ring” if dropped onto a sheet of glass. The use of moldavite for spiritual transformation isn’t new, either: moldavite pieces have traditionally been used in ritual objects. Pieces even appeared at the same site as the Venus of Willendorf.
Other Notes: Moldavite is a green variety of Tektite and is often described as an “impactite.”
Moldavite is a naturally formed, forest-green glass–the result of an asteroid impact almost 15 million years ago. Such an impact obviously produces a lot of heat, enough to melt the rock underneath, forming the glassy meteorites known as a tektite. Moldavite comes only from the Czech Republic, and is becoming rarer every year. At one time farmers found pieces while plowing or on the ground. These pieces might be given to brides to promote marital harmony.