A Crystal Message about the Healing Properties of Labradorite: “You have the ability to achieve (or exceed!) your life goals by following your soul path and listening to your inner guidance.”
Common Healing Properties of Labradorite:
- Enhances protection
- Dispels negative energies
- Helps you to form personal boundaries
- Facilitates past life ascension or regression
- Assists astral travel
- Aids you in accessing the Akashic records and other esoteric knowledge
- Balances the energy of the physical body with the etheric body
- Increases conscious awareness
- Facilitates intuitive development and psychic powers
- Dispels fears
- Increases faith
- Strengthens trust
- Facilitates mystical experiences
- Stimulates the imagination and creativity
- Removes illusion
- Aids in acts of magic
- Reveals the truth in any situation
- Connects you with the Divine energy of the universe
- Brings companionship
- Treats symptoms of the common cold
- Relieves arthritis pain
- Regulates hormones
- Can lower blood pressure by assisting with stress reduction
Associated Chakras: Third Eye (6th), Crown (7th)
Zodiac Signs: Scorpio, Gemini, Aquarius
Elements: Water, Air
Companion Flowers: Hemerocallis (Daylily)
Companion Essential Oil: Neroli (Orange Blossom)
Companion Stone: Rainbow Moonstone
Common Origins: Madagascar, Canada, Finland
Notes: The flash of color displayed in this stone is known as Labradorescence.
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The staff from my new age shop, Mimosa Books & Gifts, had this to share:
Labradorite has a lot in common with moonstone: both are feldspars sharing the same basic makeup (Ca, Na)(Al, Si)4O8), and both show a distinctive, often-bluish inner shine that results when light reflects back from the inner planes of feldspar. But its darker color gives labradorite a highly spiritual quality, so that people going through spiritual awakening or development often find themselves irresistibly attracted to it.
Safety note: Please don’t use labradorite to make elixirs, since it contains aluminum.
Labradorite is named after the Labrador peninsula in northern Canada. There is a legend there that the northern lights once got trapped in stone. An inuit man went to look for them, and after he finally found them, he tried to free them by striking the rock with the shaft of his spear. But he was only partially successful. Some of the light was freed, and took its place in the sky as the aurora borealis, but some of the light remained trapped in the stone. This is how labradorite came to be.
Fun fact: The schiller (inner glow) of labradorite reminds a lot of people of the glowing moon. But did you know that there actually IS a close relative of this stone on the moon? Labradorite is a combination of two types of feldspar, albite and anorthite. It turns out that the highlands of the moon are largely composed of the latter. In fact, the Genesis Rock brought back from the Moon by the crew of Apollo 15 is mostly anorthite.
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