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  • Writer's picturePatricia Asheme

Stone of The Month: Labradorite


Labradorite is a form of feldspar crystallizing in masses and tabular crystals. It ranges in color from white, yellow and grey with its most brilliant and colorful range showing patches of peacock blue, lavender, coppery red and dusky gold labradorescence. Along with its wide color range, Labradorite also has a wide range of metaphysical properties.

Yellow Labradorite creates a soothing backdrop to some of the more intense stones, such as Moldavite, Phenacite, Danburite or Aqua Aura Quartz.

The spectrolite version, with its blues and greens protects the aura, and helps to keep the aura clear, balanced and free from energy leaks. Current, changing, revolutionary times require a strong and clear auric field.

Being with a piece of Labradorite is like visiting another galactic star system. It will support your inner destiny so that you can fully utilize the many gifts you chose before birth. In fact, Labradorite creates a stronger intuitive connection with all Star Systems. It will bring the intuitive mind into a deeper connection with the intellect. The subconscious mind is strengthened and supported with the use of Labradorite and your inner messages will become clearer and more concise while using it.

Labradorite can symbolize both the sun and the moon, so it is in perfect balance between the dark and light and brings understanding to any duality in your life. Balancing between dark and light will create a greater resiliency to any changes you encounter. It will also leave you feeling positive during any negative experiences and support you energetically when you are feeling overwhelmed with how much is still unfinished in your life. Labradorite is one of the few multiple-use stones for any occasion and any situation. This stone can even help you relax for a good night’s sleep, leaving you feeling rested and invigorated for the new day.

Used as an elixir, Labradorite supports the endocrine system and stimulates the development of pain relieving hormones. pb


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