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Lapis Lazuli Tumbled Stone, Chakra Stone, Meditation Crystal, Metaphysical Stone

Lapis Lazuli Tumbled Stone, Chakra Stone, Meditation Crystal, Metaphysical Stone

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Lapis Lazuli is a protective stone that has been worn since ancient times as a powerful talisman. Lapis Lazuli is known as a “Stone of Truth” that aids in discernment and speaking your truth. It activates the psychic center in your third eye and is used as an aid to develop intuition and psychic abilities. It is said that gifting someone with Lapis serves as a catalyst for their spiritual development. It has also been called “The Wisdom Keeper.” Tumbled stones are perfect for keeping in your wallet, your purse, tucked into clothing, used in crystal healing layouts, in grid work, for meditation, Reiki, wire wrapping jewelry, in elixirs and kept on altars. (when making an elixir ensure that the mineral you are using is not toxic!) Size: .75" x 1.0" to 1.0" x 1.0" Sold as individual pieces Your tumbled stones come in an organza bag with a description of its properties. From a crystal healing point of view Lapis Lazuli is cooling to the system and calms overactive emotions and energy in the body system. Lapis Lazuli can have Calcite and/or Pyrite inclusions. Calcite is known as an energetic cleanser and pyrite is a mineral of vitality. Lapis Lazuli has been used since antiquity by cultures that span the globe. It has been used by the Egyptians in scarabs, beads, pendants, and used in Egyptian King and Queens’s burial ornaments. It was also ground into a fine powder to be used as an eye shadow and as a medicine. Lapis was a stone of royalty in ancient Sumer, used in China over 2,500 years ago, during the European Renaissance Lapis Lazuli was used in carvings, Catherine the Great had an entire room decorated in Lapis, including walls, fireplaces, doors, and mirrors. Buddhists believe that it brings inner peace and freedom from negative thoughts. In Europe it was believed to cure various illnesses and used as an antidote for snake bites. Up until the 19th century, it was ground into powder and used to make blue dyes and pigments for painters. You will find thangka’s (Tibetan Buddhist paintings usually depicting a deity, scene or mandala) that have lapis pigment in them. The name Lapis Lazuli comes from the words meaning “azure” (blue) or “heaven”. The Latin “lazulum” stemming from Arabic or Persian roots makes up the Lazuli part. The first part of the name (Lapis) means “stone” The ancient Greeks and Romans called it sapphirus, in Latin the name means “blue stone”. Crystal System: Isometric Mohs hardness: 5-6 Chakra association: Throat and Third Eye Element: Wind CONNECT: 💙 Blog: 💜 Newsletter: 💚 Pinterest: 🖤 Twitter: 🧡 Facebook: 💛 Instagram: Be the change you wish to see in the world. -Mahatma Gandhi-



4.0" x 5.0" x 1.0"

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