Petrified Wood

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Petrified Wood Meanings

Wisdom, strength, past-life recall, patience, inner peace

Chakras: Base, Third eye

Element: Earth

Zodiac Signs: Leo, Virgo

Number: Master number 77

Petrified Wood Crystal Healing Properties

Just as the wood endured the test of time to become stone, this crystal is believed to imbue users with strength and resilience, aiding in overcoming life’s challenges.

Some spiritual practitioners believe that Petrified Wood can help individuals connect with their past lives and gain insight into their soul’s journey.

This crystal is said to have a calming influence, alleviating anxiety and stress while promoting a sense of tranquillity.

Petrified Wood is often associated with the Root Chakra, helping to balance and align this energy centre, fostering feelings of safety and grounding.

The slow process of fossilization symbolizes patience and wisdom. Using Petrified Wood may help individuals cultivate these virtues in their lives.

Petrified wood is a stone of roots, beginnings and ancient knowledge. It is thought to encourage slow, steady growth towards spiritual transformation. It is believed to instil strength of character and help one live by one’s ideals.

It may give us a sense of peace during times of change. Furthermore, it is believed to assist in accessing information from ancestral DNA or past lives and can ground these insights into our current reality.

History and Uses

Petrified Wood has been used to help connect with the energies of Earth and Wood. It is helpful for those who live in a concrete jungle and whose spirit feels disconnected from Nature. It encourages respect for the natural world and enhances harmony.

Geological Description

Petrified Wood has a fascinating history that dates back millions of years. It begins with fallen trees, ancient forests, or plant materials that were buried by sediment during natural disasters, such as volcanic eruptions or floods. Over time, the organic material undergoes a unique preservation process known as mineralization.

During mineralization, groundwater seeps through the buried wood, carrying dissolved minerals like silica, iron, and manganese. These minerals gradually replace the organic cells of the wood, transforming it into stone while maintaining its original structure. The process can take thousands of years, resulting in the mesmerizing and intricate patterns seen in Petrified Wood today.

Amazing specimens have been found in Holbrook, Arizona as well as in Egypt, Australia, Brazil and Argentina.


I evolve steadily, drawing from my soul’s history with strength and patience.


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