Scolecite Pebble

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1004006
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Scolecite is a hydrous calcium aluminum silicate, a zeolite mineral with a hardness of 5 to 5.5. Its crystal system is monoclinic. It occurs as thin, vertically striated prismatic crystals, and also in radiating fibrous masses. It can be colorless, white or yellowish and it has a vitreous to silky luster. It forms in cavities in basaltic lavas, as well as in syenites and granites. These crystals have been found in Iceland, Teigarhorn, and Poona, India. This stone is best for bringing about "inner peace" and emanate a deep peace that can resonate through one's entire auric field. This stone is idea for enhancing meditation, sleep, and dreams. Scolecite is like a massage for the Third Eye Chakra, allowing one to feel a strong energy to help with finding a higher plane of awareness and meditation.

Sourced from India.

Approximately .5" W x 1" H x .25" D

* Your stone will be picked randomly.

Spiritual

Scolecite allows one to gently open to one's higher nature and the expanded realms beyond the physical plane. Its soft, peaceful energy invites interaction with other peace-loving beings for the purpose of healing the Earth and humanity of violence and chaos.

Emotional

This is a stone of kindness, gentleness, and non-reaction. It teaches the power of receptivity and expansion and helps one become more balanced when faced with difficulty. Peace is the key word of this ally.

Physical

Scolecite can be used to help bring a sense of peace and calm when one is distraught or when mental imbalance or brain disease causes violent behavior. It is gently stimulating to the brain and can help support serotonin levels.

Affirmation

My mind and heart are at peace as I journey more and more deeply into the realm of Spirit.

Chakra

Third Eye (6th), Crown (7th)

 

** 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