Lepidolite Tumblestone Pendant With Metal Loop
Grace, Ease, Acceptance, Balance, Trust, Nurturing, Serenity
Chakras: Sacral, Heart, Third Eye, Crown
Hardness: 2.5 -3
Composition: Potassium lithium aluminum fluoro-silicate
Colour: Pink, purple, rose
Lepidolite is a lithium rich mica mineral usually pink to purple in colour.
It is sometimes referred to as " Lilalite" because of its lavender colour.
Metaphysical Healing Properties
Lepidolite can help one in receiving higher guidance enabling one to see their struggles and problems from a wider perspective, allowing one to find lessons they contain.
Lepidolite is considered to be a stone of transition, it can assist one in recognizing old behavioural and emotional patterns that no longer serve the higher good and slowly changing them.
The stone has calming and soothing energies helping one to release stress and worry, it can help one in reaching deep meditate states, enabling self-healing.
Lepidolite is a stone of serenity, it encourages on to respond to hostility without being defensive, it can help one in seeing issues as opportunities to learn rather than useless problems.
It can also help with spiritual purification, used in mediation it can clear energy blockages from all of the Chakras and the meridian system and assist in dispelling negative thoughts and remove negative emotional balances.
The stone activates the throat, third eye, and heart chakras as well as the intellect.
Lepidolite is known to clear electromagnetic pollution and can be placed near polluting devices to absorb these energies.
The stone can be beneficial to those suffering from depression, bi-polar disorder and other illnesses related to emotional imbalances.
It has detoxifying qualities and can stimulate the purification of the skin and connective tissue, it can help with nerve pain and boosts the immune system.
Harmonizes /Combines with:
Tourmaline, Kunzite, Phenacite, Azezulite
Lepidolite was first discovered in 1861 by Robert Bunsen and Gustav Kirchhoff, it was originally called “ Lilalite” because of its lavender colour.
It was then named Lepidolite from the Greek word “lepidos” meaning “scales” because of its scaly appearance caused by the presence of Lithium in the stone.
The mineral is mined as a secondary source of lithium, Lithium is one of the lightest minerals on earth and is used in batteries, appliances, airplanes and even mood-enhancing pharmaceuticals.
Disclaimer: Crystal properties are listed for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice. Always consult a physician for proper medical treatment.