Fluorite Tumbled Stone
Discover the natural beauty of a Fluorite Tumbled Stone. Enhance your spiritual journey and experience the healing properties of Fluorite. Tumbled stones are very versatile due to their small size. You can carry them in your pocket, hide them in your bra or place them on your body for a chakra alignment.
Tumbled stones are frequently utilized in chakra healing and balancing. Each stone is associated with a specific chakra, and placing the corresponding stone on or near the chakra can help restore balance and energy flow within the body.
Tumbled stones are not only beneficial for their energetic properties but also for their natural beauty. They can be used to enhance your living space, create crystal grids, allowing you to enjoy their visual appeal while benefiting from their energetic qualities.
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Mental Enhancement and clarity, improved decision-making, clearing the energy fields
Zodiac Signs: Capricorn, Pisces
Fluorite Crystal Healing Properties
Fluorite is thought to be a force of order in the stone kingdom, bringing focus, structure, stability and clarity. On an emotional level, it may assist us to think through our feelings when we are overwhelmed by emotional experience. This crystal is known as the study stone. A great talisman to carry in your pocket for exams, work or study to help maintain focus and clarity of thought. Lastly, it is believed to assist in balancing brain chemistry, enhancing learning and stimulating the brain.
History and Uses
Fluorite derives from the Latin word fluor or fluere, meaning to flow because when melted it is used as a flux in iron smelting. In the 16th century Agricola, a German scientist named it fluorspar from the German flusse (stream, river) and spar from spærstān (spear stone) a mineral similar to gypsum referring to its crystal projections.
It can be found in all the colours of the rainbow plus pink, brown, black, white and clear. Due to the presence of europium, yttrium, ytterbium, or organic matter in Fluorite it can fluoresce blue, red, purple, yellow, green or white under UV light and in 1852 when the phenomenon of fluorescence was discovered it was named after Fluorite. It is also a source of hydrogen fluoride, which is chemically converted into fluorine, fluorocarbons, and a diverse range of fluoride materials.
Fluorite is a calcium fluoride crystal with a hardness of 4. It can be found in a wide variety of colours, often in the same specimen. Major deposits of Fluorite are found in Germany, England, China, Argentina and the USA.
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