Smithsonite

These cute little thumbnails of smithsonite are from the classic Mexican localities in Sinaloa. Available in sky blue or baby pink. This mine had been closed for a decade or so, but we are proud to be an exclusive source for these classics.  These may not be on the market for too long.

Description

Smithsonite is a great stone for those who want to move past childhood trauma, attract better quality relationships, and feel deep inner comfort.

Smithsonite has a soft, sweet innocence to it, similar to a childhood toy. The energetic properties of this crystal structure guide you in uncovering and soothing hidden pain related to childhood, innocence and vulnerability in a gentle and loving way.

The sweet pastel colors sooth the emotions and connect you to deep love, relaxation and compassion while cooling anger, softening resentment without judgement or resistance.

Its smooth, velvety texture brings comfort to heavier energies, unwinding and releasing them. It resonates with Kwan Yin energy of kindness and compassion Рsoothing depression, worry, heartache and grief, easing arguments, difficult relationships and personal troubles, and providing a nurturing  mother like love energy that dissolves the baggage of childhood trauma and feelings of being unloved. Clearing out past feelings of rejection by self and others can uncover psychic abilities and gifts hidden by doubt and shame.

A great tool for breaking patterns of abuse or misuse from others or the self in a kind and gentle way, creating openings in your vibration to attract favorable outcomes, peace, and true happiness.

Properties

Color: Pink – Love, Beauty, Compassion, Blue – Peace, Purity, Stability

Crystalline Structure: Hexagonal – Illuminating, Guiding, Creating, Manifesting

Chakra Association: Crown Chakra, Third Eye Chakra, Throat Chakra, Heart Chakra

Energy Type: Feminine

Elemental Association: Water

Planetary Association: Chiron

Astrological Association: Cancer

General Application: Fourth House

Quality Level: Collector

Locality: Mexico

Mineral Group: Carbonates

Hardness: 4.25/10

 

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