Labradorite Crystal Meaning and Properties
May 15, 2018
Labradorite is created within mafic igneous rocks and is the feldspar variety most common in basalt and gabbro. It is also found in metamorphic amphibolites and as a detrital component of some sediments.
Labradorite is a plagioclase feldspar and forms in the basalt of volcanic rocks. Labradorite’s discovery occurred in the Labrador Peninsula in Canada, hence the name!
Crystal Healing Properties
Labradorite is known for its vibrant flashes of blue, purple, orange or pink. The Inuits claim that Labradorite fell from the Aurora Borealis as frozen fire. It is also believed to be worn and used by those living in Atlantis.
This crystal is the tool of shamans and healers for the use of self-discovery and awakening your inner spirit, psychic abilities and intuition.
Labradorite is also known as a powerful protective crystal. It also protects the wielder against negative energies by creating a shielding force around the user.
Wearing Labradorite enhances mental abilities but also magical ones such as telepathy, clairvoyance and assists communication with spirit guides. It is also dominant in aiding access to the Akashic records and aids in past life recall.
Labradorite is an excellent stone for the office as it helps bring out the best in people and helps relationships build by tempering the negative sides of personalities.
Labradorite radiates blue energy which makes it stimulate the throat chakra. Labradorite balances the throat chakra, allowing for clear expression of thought and feeling.
Labradorite in the home
Labradorite makes a beautiful statement piece in the house. In Feng Shui, it is said to impart water energy in the home. Water energy is all about rebirth and regeneration. Placed in the north of a room it will create a calming atmosphere. It is also supportive of life, and career so makes a perfect piece for a home office.