Moonstone Tumblestone Pendant With Metal Loop
Goddess, Lunar, Life-cycles, Insight, Intuitive, Meditation
Chakra: Sacral, Heart, Third Eye, Crown
Birthstone: Cancer, Libra, Scorpio
Hardness: 6 - 6.5
Composition: Potassium aluminium silicate
Origin: Europe, Brazil, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Australia
Colour: Colourless, White, Cream
Oils/Herbs: Lemon, Jasmine, Bergamot
Moonstone is composed of two feldspar minerals, orthoclase and albite. The stone has a beautiful milky glass appearance.
Metaphysical & Healing Properties
Cream Moonstone activates the Kundalini Serpent, assists with emotional balance and awakens intuition.
Meditating with Moonstone can facilitate a deep meditative state taking one on the journey deep into ones sub-consciousness.
Moonstone is the stone of the Highest Priestess, keeper of the feminine mysteries, it can reveal to woman their feminine power and their inner goddess.
The stone is a talisman of the Inward journeying and can help one to project and observe hidden truths which reside deep within our ourselves hidden from the light from our consciousness.
It is an excellent stone for igniting and developing ones psychic abilities in a gradual careful way. It reminds us to wait for the “right time” rather than trying to force things into time frames which may not serve the highest good of all concerned.
It can also take one on a journey to past life experiences.
Moonstone has been considered a sacred stone in India, especially for lovers who believe that placing the stone in their mouth during a full moon can show them their future.The stone has been believed to help in the reconciliation of estranged lovers, helping their souls to find each other again.
It is said that it helps with sleep and treats sleeplessness and insomnia.
Harmonizes/Combines with Ruby, White Opal, Selenite
Moonstones have been used by ancient civilisations for thousands of years.
Romans adored the stone and believed that it was derived from solidified rays of the Moon. They believed that the stone exhibits the image of their moon goddess Diana.
In Ancient Greece Moonstone was closely associated with love and serenity. Greeks merged the names of goddess of love Aphrodite and the goddess of the moon Selena and named the stone “Aphroselena”
They believed that Aphroselena was a powerful aphrodisiac when worn by two individuals as it will make them fall in love passionately.
The stone is a sacred stone of India, it is said that Moonstone was embedded in the forehead of Ganesh the Hindu god of the moon.
It is believed that Moonstone is made out of moonbeam light, In India when the stone is being displayed or sold it can only be presented on yellow material as yellow is considered to be a sacred colour.
Crystal properties are listed for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice. Always consult a physician for proper medical treatment.