Calcite Meaning and Healing Properties
Introduction to Calcite
Calcite is a very common mineral that is formed in many kinds of rocks: limestone, marble, travertine, clay ash, and stalactites and stalagmites in caves. Calcite crystallizes in a low-temperature mineralization solution, has a variety of shapes and colors, and often forms twin crystals. Calcite is also the main component of the shells that form marine organisms, which means that when these marine organisms sink to the bottom of the sea after death, more calcium-rich rocks such as chalk will be formed. The healing properties of calcite change with its shape, and it has rapid and multifaceted energy.
Chemical Formula: CaCO3
Color: Almost all colors are available, including colorless ones.
Luster: glass luster, pearl oyster luster or silk luster etc.
Crystal System : Hexagonal Crystal System
Identification and Maintenance of Calcite
- Calcite has a low hardness and a silky halo.
- Calcite feels soapy and creamy.
- Most of the crystals of calcite have characteristic natural shapes, similar to dog’s tartar and nail head stone. Double crystals are often seen in these two kinds of calcite.
- If you look at the color of calcite alone, it is easy to be confused with many other spars.
- If it falls on the ground or is subjected to a lot of pressure, the calcite will split into several prisms along the cleavage plane.
Calcite Crystal Meaning
- Link the individual to the continuous cycle of nature.
- Makes energy flow easier.
Calcite Healing Function
- Transfer stagnant or slow energy.
- Calm down and calm down anxiety.
- Soothe the nerves
- A clean environment can be created by removing friction and uncoordinated energy.
How to Use Calcite Crystal
Gaze at a calcite crystal (especially spherical or egg-shaped) and meditate through it. The calcite slows down and reflects the light passing through it, relaxing your gaze on it, calming your mind and calming your thoughts.
- Amber has a slight sticky feeling.
- The crystal form of aragonite is different from that of calcite.
- White crystal, blue crystal, citrine, etc. are much harder than calcite.
- The same is true for barite, celestite, race yellowstone, dolomite, magnesite, chabazite, etc., with different hardness, specific gravity and crystal shape.