Labradorite is a form of feldspar whose name is derived from the Labrador peninsula in Canada where it was found in the 1700's. It is still found in Canada as well as Madagascar, Mexico, Russia and the United States. It is well known and treasured for its beautiful play of color (labradorescence), which shows flashes of green, blue, gold, orange and sometimes violet with violet being the rarest.
Labradorite is a powerful Wind element stone and resonates with all chakras. It facilitates the enhancement of intuitive abilities including but not limited to clairvoyance, telepathy, astral travel, past-life recall, access to Akashic records and communication with spirit guides.
Working with or wearing Labradorite creates a force field throughout your aura, protecting and strengthening the energies within and preventing others from tapping in to your personal energy and draining you. On the physical level, it can amplify your healing thoughts and prayers.
When I wear Labradorite or use it in meditation, I feel a sense of opening up to the realm of all possibilities and the higher planes of awareness. This is why I like to call it a gemstone of adventure and self-discovery. I hope this beautiful gemstone brings Light into your life!
I recently acquired some exceptional labradorite specimens which I have made into beautiful pendants. You can find them on my website store now!
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Mary, owner of Songbird Healing Crystals, is a Usui Reiki Master Teacher and certified in Reiki Crystal Healing. She designs and creates unique, wire-wrapped genuine crystal/gemstone jewelry and crystal trees with a focus on the healing properties of each crystal/gemstone.