Rainbow Moonstone Tree of Life Pendant
Introspection, Lunar Connection, Femininity
Chakras: Heart, Third Eye, Crown
Hardness: 6 - 6.5
Composition: Potassium feldspar
Formula: K(AlSi 3 O 8 )
Origin: Armenia (mainly from Lake Sevan), Australia, the Austrian Alps, Mexico, Madagascar, Myanmar, Norway, Poland, India, Sri Lanka and the United States.
Colour: Silver grey
Oils/Herbs: Rose, Clary Sage, Cypress, Lavender, Vetiver and Bergamot.
Metaphysical Healing Properties
The journey inwards that Silver Moonstone awakens is beneficial to women wanting to harmonise with their sacred feminine goddess principles and for men wanting to experience their innate wisdom in order to be more holistically attuned and in harmony with this aspect of Self. Moonstones are powerful totems of the lunar cycles and the perfect rhythm of the ebb and flow of life and nature. Silver moonstone is an amplification of the moonstone vibration enlivening our inner voice, our sacred heart and inner vision (intuition) to be even more available to us. Self reflection of our sacred and magical journey within these spiritual garments is all necessary in order for mindful and conscious evolution to unfold harmoniously. Silver Moonstone is the looking glass through which we can facilitate this connectivity.
Harmonizes /Combines with:
The shimmering silver reminds one of the sparkle of the ocean and with its strong connection to the moon and tides, it is said to protect sea travellers. It also assists in keeping us calm through our journey of life and gives us courage to face any metaphorical and physical stormy conditions. Useful for facilitating divine feminine energies, bringing about deep insight and increasing intuition.
Moonstone has been revered for thousands of years by cultures all over the world. According to Hindu legend, moonstone was formed by moonbeams. Ancient Romans, believed the stone to be created from drops of moonlight. Moonstone was viewed as a sacred stone in India and was thought to bring good fortune.
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.
** The Tree of Life is a popular, universal and sacred symbol that represents multiple different meanings across many cultures, religions and mystical traditions. The symbol does not belong to one specific culture as it has been used all over the world for centuries.
While it symbolises many different things, there are some common themes it represents such as:
- Interconnectedness of everything
- Immortality and Rebirth: The Tree of Life is a symbol for rebirth as trees lose their leaves and seem to be dead during winter, but then new buds appear and new, fresh leaves unfurl during the spring. It symbolises immortality because even as the tree grows old, it creates seeds that carry its essence so it lives on through new saplings.
- The tree of life diagram is used as a ‘map’ to understand more about our origins, the unknown, infinite energy, limitless light and Divine emanations beyond our mental comprehension
- Connection with Ancestry, Cosmic Origins, Family, and New Life
- Growth, strength and peace.