Tag Archives: sacral chakra

About Stones: Dravite


Astrological Sign: Aries
Chakra: Solar Plexus, Sacral
Lore: Dravite empowers us, encouraging inner strength and calm. This tourmaline species is a powerful healer, particularly in the area of family dysfunction. Use for grounding after working with stones of high vibration. Carry for stamina when experiencing difficult situations. Aids in the release of negativity. Supports overcoming of addictions.
Geology: Dravite is a brown, sodium magnesium rich, species of tourmaline.
Localities: India, Brazil, Canada

About Stones: Shungite


Astrological Sign: Cancer
Chakra: All
Lore: Shungite neutralizes electromagnetic emissions, waterborne contaminants, free radicals, and negative energy. It shields from harmful electromagnetic frequencies (EMF’s) from computers, cell phones and towers, WI-FI, microwave ovens and televisions. Shungite removes negative energies and thoughts, enhances metaphysical abilities, and promotes cell rejuvenation. Wear on the left side of the body because energies enter the aura through the left side.
Geology: Shungite is named for the village in Russia, Shunga, in the province of Karelia where it is found. It is one of the few natural Earth sources of fullerene, a rare hollow carbon molecule.
Localities: Russia

About Stones: Sunstone


Astrological Sign: Libra, Leo
Chakra: Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus
Lore: Sunstone can be used to clear and energize the chakras. It increases vitality, independence and originality, and provides luck in games. In medicine wheel rituals, it is placed at the center for contact with spirit guides. 
Geology: Sunstone or oligoclase is an aventurine feldspar which shows brilliant metallic reflections due to light interference on tiny included hematite or goethite platelets. It is sodium calcium aluminum silicate.
Localities: Norway, Canada, Russia

About Stones: Staurolite


Astrological Sign: Pisces
Chakra: Root, Sacral, Solar plexus
Lore: Staurolite, also known as the “Fairy Stone” or “Fairy Cross” is used as a good-luck talisman. Legend tells that the tiny cross-shaped crystals were formed from the crystallized tears of fairies bearing news of the death of Christ. Staurolite is used to combat stress, depression and addictions, particularly to tobacco.
Geology: Staurolite forms reddish brown to black stubby prismatic crystals, frequently occurring in characteristic cruciform twins in either a Greek or St. Andrew’s cross.
Localities: New Hampshire, Virginia, Russia

About Stones: Rainbow Calsilica


Astrological Sign: Cancer
Chakra: All
Lore: Rainbow Calsilica is a recently discovered multi-colored layered stone being used for Zuni fetish carvings as well as beads and cabochon cut stones.
Geology: Rainbow Calsilica is a microcrystalline calcite bonded with the amorphous clay mineral allophane. Silica is also present. It has been described as vein matter or fracture fill formed when a copper push cut into volcanic rhyolite host rock. A stabilization process similar to that used with turquoise has been applied to it.
Locality: Mexico

About Stones: Mookaite


Astrological Sign: Leo
Chakra: Sacral
Lore: Mookaite provides a shield in situations of danger. Strengthening communication with animals, it also stimulates contact with loved ones who have passed on to the next plane. Promoting energy and new ideas, it serves as a catalyst for emotional growth. It is good for those who take life too seriously or isolate themselves due to fear.
Geology: Mookaite is a type of varicolored chert named for its locality in Mooka Station near the Gascoyne River in Western Australia. Mookaite was created by the weathering of a silica rich sediment containing fossilized marine micro-organisms.
Locality: Western Australia

About Stones: Malachite


Astrological Sign: Capricorn, Scorpio
Chakra: Solar Plexus, Heart, Sacral
Lore:  Malachite was a woman’s mineral dedicated in numerous cultures to the goddess. It can help create an unobstructed path towards personal goals.
Geology: Malachite is a carbonate formed through a secondary process in the oxidation zone of copper ore deposits. It often occurs in botryoidal masses with a fibrous, banded structure that shows concentric internal banding when cut and polished. Avoid acids, ammonia, and salt water when wearing malachite jewelry.
Localities: Zaire, Chile, USSR, Arizona