releases repressed emotions - enhances psychic abilities - aids communication with spirit guides - awakening - relaxing - wisdom - insight

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History & Origin:

Apophyllite is a high-vibrational class of minerals that can be divided into 3 sub-groups: Fluorapophyllite, Hydroxyapophyllite & Natroapophyllite. Named in 1806 by Rene Just Haüy, the word Apophyllite comes from the Greek word meaning ‘leaf,’ referring to its tendency to crumble & flake when heated. It comes in a variety of beautiful colours & can often be found in combination with Calcite & Zeolite minerals such as Stilbite. Apophyllite mainly comes out of India, with the best variety mined in Poona. However, since it is a common mineral, it can also be found in Italy, Germany, Canada, Iceland, Norway, Greenland, & Brazil.

Metaphysical Properties:

Apophyllite can help awaken intuition & encourage spiritual & higher-frequency communication. Serving as a window into other worlds, it can inspire growth, insight & awareness on a spiritual level. A highly calming stone, it eases nerves & brings stillness & quiet to overwhelming situations. Because of this, it is the perfect crystal to use during meditation or moments of reflection. This stone can absorb negative thought patterns, cut cords of past attachments & release any long-held resentment, hurt or pain. A stone of divine healing light, this crystal can remind you of the pure joy that comes with being here on Earth. The green, pink & peach varieties of Apophyllite also resonate with the heart & can inspire forgiveness, love & balance, whereas the white or clear kind connect more with wisdom, clarity & truth.

How to use:

Place in the home to bring calmness, relaxation & wisdom. Use during meditation or spiritual practices to open doorways to higher realms & receive messages, insight & clarity. Keep nearby to bring divine healing, inspire gratefulness & release spiritual blockages. Known as a ‘Helper Crystal,’ place around other stones to support & strengthen intention & energy.

! This stone should avoid direct sunlight & contact with water due to its fragile nature.

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