Fluorite, Rainbow Tumblestone Pendant
Clarification, Purification, Discernment
Chakras: Heart, Third Eye, Crown
Birthstone: Capricorn, Pisces
Composition: Calcium fluorite
Colour: Green, purple, turquoise, yellow, blue, white, clear
Oils/Herbs: Aloe vera, Eucalyptus, lemon, Lime, Water Lily, Chamomile, Rosewood, Star Anise, Sweetpea
All colours, including colourless (clear) and black, may be multicoloured and banded. To be termed Mixed Colour or “Rainbow” Fluorite it must have at least two colours present, the most common is a combination of green, purple and/or clear. Less common are inclusions of yellow, blue, and/or pink
Metaphysical Healing Properties
Rainbow Fluorite is a combination of several different colours. Green Fluorite helps us to spring clean and clear our lives energetically and physically. This influences us to create order in our home and work environment allowing harmony to more freely be able to flow through all aspects of our lives. Purple Fluorite strengthens our psychic gifts by stimulating the Crown Chakra and Psychic Gate. Colourless or Clear Fluorite creates clear flow in our energy bodies and chakras.
Rainbow Fluorite brings with it, as a rainbow does, vibrational qualities of higher dimensions but in a grounded manner, assisting us in walking our spiritual insights into our daily lives. It has a soothing and balancing effect. It is a great supportive vibration to utilise when studying, when required to absorb new information and organise. It’s also beneficial when the mind and spirit link require strengthening.
Harmonizes /Combines with: Amethyst, Blue Calcite, Watermelon Tourmaline, Jade, Serpentine.
Generally in the past, Fluorite was categorised with other stones that easily break, such as Calcite, or with stones that help ore reach its melting point more quickly.
The name Fluorite comes from the Latin ‘fluere’, meaning “to flow.” This is a reference to how easily Fluorite melts when exposed to hot temperatures.
In 1852, Fluorite demonstrated the phenomenon of fluorescence. It was at this point that Fluorite was recognized as a distinct mineral, and it immediately became a favourite stone for natural history museums and various collectors.
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.