Lepidolite Meaning and Healing Properties
Introduction to Lepidolite
Lepidolite was rare before, and it has only become more common in the past 10 years. It is also a large round bunch-shaped aggregate or a small flat continuous block, but the most common is the pink-purple microcrystalline rubble, and the surface is very shiny when exposed to light. Lepidolite is a subspecies of mica. It is colored by the lithium element contained in it. It is industrially used as a thermal insulation material and used to protect the heart from damage during crystal healing. Lepidolite is usually associated with pink tourmaline, which makes the soft lepidolite more powerful, and enables it to heal emotional wounds and encourage the expression of desire.
Chemical Formula: K(Li,Al)3(Si,Al)4(OH,F)2
Color: pink, purple, gray, etc.
Luster: pearl luster
Crystal System: monoclinic system
Identification and Maintenance of Lepidolite
- The rounded lepidolite is often pink and mixed with pink tourmaline.
- The rounded lepidolite is not very bright.
Lepidolite Crystal Meaning
- Let the opponent appear chaotic.
- Let its feelings be understood.
Lepidolite Healing Function
- Balance the nervous and muscular system, reduce body tension.
- Brings inner security and protection from harm.
- Help us trust our instincts and evaluate different opinions.
- Encourage us to explore our potential.
How to Use Lepidolite Crystal
- Put lepidolite on the throat, thymus and heart, citrine on the heart and belly button, and put a piece of garnet or light ruby on the foot to enhance courage, strength and self-confidence.
- Put a piece of lepidolite in your heart and imagine that your breath enters and exits the body through it, which can bring a deep sense of relaxation to yourself.
- If the pink tourmaline is rounded, it looks like lepidolite, but its stripes are clearly visible and harder.
- The zoisite has no flashing phenomenon.