Labradorite Bracelet (Free Form)
Magic, Insight, Inspiration, Wisdom
Chakras: Base, Sacral, Third
Hardness: 6.5 - 7
Composition: Adularescence tectosilicate
Colour: Grey, Blue, White, Brown, Green
Oils/Herbs: Lemon, Basil, Tea Tree
Labradorite is a feldspar mineral most often found in igneous rocks such as basalt, gabbro and norite. The stone is known for its changing colours, this strong play of iridescent blue, green, red, and grey is known as “Labradorescene"
Metaphysical Healing Properties
Labradorite has calming abilities it can help one with an overactive mind and energize their imagination brining new ideas, it can help to bring joy into one’s life and awaken a sense of adventure within one. Labradorite is known as the gemstone of magic, and in those who carry or work with it it can awaken mental and intuitive abilities like clairvoyance, telepathy, astral travel, prophecy, psychic reading and past life recall and the communication with higher guides and spirits. It is considered to be an interdimensional stone, emanating energies which are thought to help to consciously pierce the veil between our waking world and the domains and planes of inner awareness.
Labradorite can offer one the chance to embark on a multitude of journeys into the inner realms and increase the power to magically affect the outer world. When used in meditation Labradorite can enhance and facilitate visionary experiences of the future and the past. The stone has the ability to temper the negative side of one’s personality, the traits that damper our energy and produce depression and guilt. Labradorite is beneficial to the lungs and can help with respiratory problems, it can assist with digestion and metabolism.
Harmonizes /Combines with:
Moonstone, Sunstone, Golden Labradorite, Moldavite
Labradorite was first officially discovered in 1770 by a Moravian missionary on the Isle of Paul near Labrador Canada. The indigenous people of Newfoundland and Labrador had a deeper relationship with Labradorite long before its official discovery. The native Inuit people referred to Labradorite as the “Fire Stone” because of its inner beauty and resemblance to the natural light show the Northern Lights often seen in those parts of the world. The Inuit prized Labradorite for its beauty and magical properties and often traded this gemstone with British merchants for vital supplies needed for survivor in the harsh climate of the region.
The stone has been a subject of many ancient stories and legends, one of those tells a story about Inuit warrior discovering an astounding array of colours inside the gemstone.He thought them to be the aura of the northern lights which was trapped inside the rock, the warrior used his spear with great power to break the stone, freeing the lights to the skies where they belonged. It is said that the light which remained on earth was trapped inside labradorite stones.
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.