They say Labradorite stones contain energies that will boost ones ability to repel anxiety and depression, and inspire the wearer with a sense of enthusiasm and self-confidence.
Labradorite Energy & General Meanings: Calming, focus, transformation, strengthen will, stimulates imagination, intuition, relieves fears and insecurities, boosts self-esteem, patience and creativity, repels negativity.
Stone Variety: Feldspar
Color: Bluish gray to smokey black with iridescence of yellow and green.
Charkas: 2nd Chakra – Sacral, 5th Chakra – Throat, & 7th Chakra – Crown
Astrological Sign: Scorpio, Sagittarius and Leo.
Some people believe that crystals have life altering heath benefits. They say that Labradorite stones have the following healing effects:
- Relieves anxiety, hopelessness. Replaces depression with enthusiasm and self-confidence.
- Guards against and dispels negative influences.
- Labradorite is a good for anyone who lacks concentration because it help focus and clarity of thought.
- Inspires perseverance and strength when constantly bombarded with conflict
- Stimulates imagination helps build enthusiasm and new ideas.
- Aides in relieving insecurity, and boosts confidence in ones own abilities.
- Labradorite helps build creativity by inspiring you to come up with original ideas and solutions to problems
- Recommended for those seeking to lose weight as its energies said to help balance and regulate metabolism.
- Encourages the best qualities in a person, brings inspiration to encouragement.
More information about Labradorite Stones:
- Labradorite, also known as Spectrolite, is a Feldspar mineral.
- It comes from the province of Labrador in Canada, which is a famous locality for labradorite with an iridescent play of colors. Labradorite was originally discovered in on St. Paul Island, Labrador, Canada in 1770
- According to an Eskimo legend, the Northern Lights were once imprisoned in the rocks along the coast of labrador, and then a wandering Eskimo warrior found them and freed most of the lights with a mighty blow of his spear. Some of the lights were still trapped within the stone however, and thus we have today the beautiful mineral known as labradorite
Recommended Readings for more information about Labradorite:
- Healing Crystals and Gemstones by Dr. Flora Peschek-Bohmer and Gisela Schreiber
- Crystals by Jennie Harding
- The Crystal Bible by Judy Hall