Labradorite


Guest

09 Dec 2004, 02:40 #1

Can anyone tell me anything about Labradorite? Image
I was given some on Sunday, and it has quite an unusual sheen to it, as you move it around. I'm not familiar with this at all!
I'd appreciate any info.Image




Thanks,






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Guest

09 Dec 2004, 04:09 #2

Astrological Signs: Sagittarius, Scorpio &
Leo
Vibrates to the number 6 and 7
Labradorite is actually a type of feldspar and
not always easy to find. It's colors can range from
yellow, white to grey. It is not unusual to find an
spectrum of broad patches of color including peacock
blue, dusky gold or coppery red running through the
stone.
Labradorite is said to
represent the "Temple of the Stars,"
opening the door to other planes. It is also said to
bridge the scientific/intellectual with the
mystic/psychic worlds. Strongly associated with enhancing
all psychic abilities. It is thought to protect the aura
from energy leakage, enhance intuition, improve rational
thought and help use power wisely. Because it enhances
psychic ability, protects, improves the intellect and
teaches the responsible use of power, it is referred to
as the Wizard's Stone in mystic circles.
Interestingly Labradorite symbolizes both the
Moon and the Sun.
Healing Properties
of Labradorite include:
Treatment of
brain disorders
Stimulate mental ability and
reduce mental agitation
Reduce anxiety and
stress
Assist in digestion, regulation and
metabolism
Helps with night vision

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Spirit is a state of
being. - Lotus
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Guest

09 Dec 2004, 04:32 #3

Thank you so much, Lotus! Image That is so
interesting....I'm a Sag!
The
Labradorite I have is a greyish green, with the peacock
blue sheen. It's about the size, and shape of a tennis
ball, maybe a little bigger. I'm really looking forward
to working with this stone.
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MizzMo
Honored Member
Joined: 04 Jan 2004, 05:47

10 Dec 2004, 00:59 #4

I love this stone. My sister calls it the dog
rock.
Believe and Everythings Possible!
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Guest

10 Dec 2004, 02:49 #5

Greetings, MizzMo Image
At the risk of seeming really stupid, I've got
to ask you.......why does your sister call it the
"dog rock"??Image
lol

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edited to record that I have a very
red face, and am suffering from terminal embarrassment
and mortification
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I can't believe I asked that question, MizzMo
ImageImage but what a
good lesson for me to learn.....I tend to look for
answers with "hidden" meanings, and
obtuse answers, so now I know to sometimes look for the
answer right in front of me, the "easy"
one!! Thanks for that Lesson, Mizz!
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LeopardMoon Image (after
kicking myself)
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lw23babe1
Honored New Member
Joined: 13 Dec 2004, 00:10

13 Dec 2004, 00:10 #6

Hi,
I love this stone, its also a great
companion through growth and change!

enjoy,
Love,light and always healing,

Lisa xxx
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Guest

13 Dec 2004, 03:47 #7

Hi Lisa,
Thanks for the info,
I appreciate it!
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MizzMo
Honored Member
Joined: 04 Jan 2004, 05:47

14 Dec 2004, 01:00 #8

A year and a half, 2 years a go, my sister showed a
spark of wishing to open and learn. I was hand picking
her stones that I felt would aid her growth. Labradorite
was one of the, She was pretty new, so remembering the
names wasn't very easy for her. The properties in
labradorite had many attributes that seemed to speak out
to me for her.
""Labradorite is said to represent the
"Temple of the Stars," opening the door
to other planes. It is also said to bridge the
scientific/intellectual with the mystic/psychic worlds.
Strongly associated with enhancing all psychic abilities.
It is thought to protect the aura from energy leakage,
enhance intuition, improve rational thought and help use
power wisely. Because it enhances psychic ability,
protects, improves the intellect and teaches the
responsible use of power, it is referred to as the
Wizard's Stone in mystic circles.

Interestingly Labradorite symbolizes both the Moon and
the Sun.
Healing Properties of
Labradorite include:
Treatment of
brain disorders
Stimulate mental ability and
reduce mental agitation
Reduce anxiety and
stress
Assist in digestion, regulation and
metabolism
Helps with night
vision""......
She couldn't
remember the name, but could remember it had a dogs breed
in it, labrador, so then came her calling it the dog
rock. She felt it was a protective stone for her
too.
Believe and Everythings Possible!
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Guest

15 Dec 2004, 12:32 #9

This stone is wonderful for its color range. It is
very soft & easily damaged or broken. I have
several pieces & have broken one using it in a
pouch that I carried with me for years. It was a
beauitful blue and is now in many small fragments due to
the other stones being to hard & ruff on my
cabachon... I learned a lesson there not all stones can
be put in the same bag & carried without possible
damage to some of them. I am much more careful about what
stones I mix together in this manner. I learned to look
up their properties & respect their nature as
being soft... I had to wonder since reading this
thread...Image labs are
soft too... was this stone named with that in mind? Labs
have nice soft fur.....
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cedar rose
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Joined: 19 Oct 2004, 07:31

15 Dec 2004, 16:01 #10

And they have such a soft nature too Image
I heard that Labradorite was named after the
Labrador Islands?Image
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