Larimar Bracelet (Free Form)
Love, Imagination, Earth & Sky, Unity, Tranquility
Chakras: Heart, Throat, Third Eye, Crown
Composition: Inosilicate mineral
Colour: White - Deep Blue
Larimar is a rare blue variety of Pectolite, the mineral is found exclusively in the Dominican Republic. The stone is also known as the Dolphin stone, Blue Pectolite or Atlantis Stone.
Metaphysical Healing Properties
Larimar encourages one to take control of their life, it is a powerful emotional cleanser and healer, helping one in overcoming fears and phobias, panic attacks and emotional imbalances. The stone emanates the natural tranquil energies of sea and sky, it has a soft soothing and calming effect harmonizing the body and soul. Larimar benefits the Throat chakra it facilitates clear communication and provides the strength and stability to enable one to speak from the heart. It is considered to be the stone of feminine power allowing one the access to the Divine Feminine within one. Larimar has the ability to soothe and relax the emotional and physical body releasing stress and tension. Used in mediation Larimar can help one discover and release oneself from unhealthy to people or emotions which do not serve them to the higher good. Placing Larimar in ones surroundings facilitates calmness and serenity in the atmosphere.
Larimar is a great stone for parents, especially mothers for during and after pregnancy as it is known to help in alleviating post-partum depression and reduces the tress associated with new parenthood. The stone can help woman to re-attune to their femininity and restores their connection with nature and Mother Earth. During meditation it allows one to enter deep meditative state raising consciousness and harmonizing one’s body and soul to new vibrations, facilitating communication with other realms. The stone is known to be useful in treatment of cartilage and throat conditions, it dissolves blockages of chest, neck and head.
Harmonizes /Combines with:
Azezulite, Lapis Lazuli, Moldavite, Turquoise, Chrysocolla
Larimar was formed when hot gases pushed crystallized minerals through volcanic tubes, in order to mine the mineral one must find those tubes and dig deep into ancient volcanoes.
Larimar is thought to be discovered around 1916, Dominican Republics Ministry of mining records show a request for the permission to mine a certain blue rock made by Father Miguel Domingo Fuertes Loren, however the request was rejected and the mineral forgotten until in 1974 when it was re-discovered by Miguel Mendez and a Peace Corps volunteer Norman Rilling. The stone is thought to be named after Miguel’s daughters name Larissa and the Spanish word for Sea “mar” representing the colours of the Caribbean Sea where it is found. The inhabitants of the island were long aware about Larimar, they believed that the stone came from the sea as it was easily collected on the shores of the island, However one day the stones left and there were no more Larimars on the island, locals explored up stream and found rock formations containing the 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.