Three Formations of Aragonite
Three Formations of Aragonite

Three Formations of Aragonite:
Aragonite, like calcite, is a form of calcium carbonate, the same mineral that also forms seashells. In nature, this mineral gets recycled back and forth between living and nonliving forms. If you keep an aquarium, a piece of aragonite will help create a natural, healthy environment for the living creatures inside. You wouldn’t want to use the pretty pieces for this, though, since aragonite will gradually dissolve in water.

 

Like calcite, aragonite comes in an amazing variety of formations and colors.

Three Formations of Aragonite - Love & Light School of Crystal Therapy

The white piece is a type of stalactite sometimes called “cave calcite.”

The little brown piece is a Sputnik aragonite (no one seems to know why, except that the name sounds cute, and the formation looks vaguely like a wee space ship.)

Blue aragonite has a very distinctive color, and this piece has a really cool pick-up-sticks, coral-like formation as well.

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Founder & Educational Director at Love & Light School of Crystal Therapy
Hi, I’m Ashley Leavy, Founder & Educational Director of the Love & Light School of Crystal Therapy – where our mission is to share the power of crystal healing with people all over the world. I'm here to teach you about using crystals to make positive changes in your life. The Love & Light School offers a broad range of training programs & free resources to support you on your crystal journey. For more information, please visit LoveAndLightSchool.com
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2 responses to “Three Formations of Aragonite

  1. Jana on December 7, 2016 at 8:25 pm

    Ashley,

    Thank you for the info on aragonite.
    Where can I buy some?

    1. Love & Light Support on December 11, 2016 at 8:42 pm

      Hi Jana! Thanks for your comment. You can purchase crystals from Ashley’s New Age shop here – http://mimosaspirit.com/

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