Fluorite Pebble

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Fluorite is a calcium fluoride crystal with a hardness of 4. Its growth pattern is cubic or octahedral, and it occurs in hydrothermal veins, often in association with minerals such as quartz, calcite, and barite. It can be find in a wide range of colors. Often multiple colors appear in the same specimen. Fluorite has lent its name to the property of fluorescence, the display of vivid glowing colors under ultraviolet light. Important fluorite deposits have been found in Germany, England, China, Argentina and the United States.


Fluorite brings structure and focus to incoherent or incohesive energies. It helps one attune to higher guidance during meditation and will tend to produce meditations with rich visions and insights. It is ideal for strengthening one's ability to receive psychic information from energy fields and can enhance one's capacity for interpreting such information.


Fluorite can remedy confusion, vacillation, instability, dishonesty, and disorders arising from incoherent thought patterns. It helps overcome fear of the future. It aids in 'thinking through' one's feelings when one is overwhelmed by emotional experience.


Fluorite assists in balancing brain chemistry, enhancing learning and memorization abilities, and stimulating the brain. It can assist in issues of dizziness or vertigo and can help one be more physically balanced. Fluorite is strengthening for the bones and teeth.


My mind and heart are awake, alert, clear and active, working in unison to make the optimal choices for my life purpose.


All (Some Fluorites are keyed to specific chakras based on color)


Approximate measurements:

Small - .75" H by .75" W by .75"D

Medium - 1" H by 1" W by 1"D

Large - 1.5" H by 1.5" W by 1.5"D


* Your stone will be picked randomly based on the size you select.

** These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Discuss any health concerns with a trusted healthcare practitioner.

Source: The Book of Stones: Who They Are and What They Teach by Richard Simmons and Naisha Ahsian