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Minimum 3cm sphere
Source: Found throughout the world predominantly in Russia, Afghanistan, Chile, Italy, USA and Middle East
Chakra: Throat, Third Eye, Crown
General: The name Lapis Lazuli comes from the Persian lazuward, “blue”. Prized for thousands of years, it was a favoured stone in ancient Egypt, where it was believed to lead the soul into immortality and open the heart to love. The royal stone, it was said to contain the soul of the gods. Lapis Lazuli is a key to spiritual attainment. Enhancing dreamwork and metaphysical abilities, it facilitates spiritual journeying and stimulates and spiritual power. This stone teaches the value of active listening and helps you confront truth, wherever you find it, and accept its teaching. Facilitating expressing your own opinions and harmonizing conflict, Lapis Lazuli aids in taking charge if life. This stone brings honesty, compassion, and uprightness to the personality. A bonding stone in love and friendship, it dissolves martyrdom, cruelty, suffering, self-mortification, and emotional bondage.
Beneficial For: Claimed to be beneficial for objectivity, clarity, stress, self-awareness, self-expression, anxiety, female, female hormones, menopause, PMS, immune system, insomnia, pain, migraine, depression, respiratory and nervous systems, throat, larynx, thyroid, organs, bone marrow, thymus, hearing loss, blood, vertigo, blood pressure.1
Note: Lapis Lazuli has a very powerful vibration.
Emotional Healing: Claimed to help take responsibility for self, rather than blaming others for missed opportunities.
Practical Uses: If you want fame, wear or carry Lapis Lazuli to auditions.
Workplace: A career stone, Lapis Lazuli attracts promotion.2
- Judy Hall, “The Encyclopedia of Crystals”, Bounty Books, London, 2015
- Cassandra Eason, “The Complete Crystal Handbook”, Sterling Publishing, New York, 2010