Small Fluorite Sphere #1
Small Fluorite Spheres at La Luna, listed as 'Sold As Seen', this is sphere number 1, a real mix of colours here with the blues and greens almost melting into one colour then there's a stripe of purple in there too...
Crystal shaped into spheres radiate energy smoothly and evenly in all directions. They can also be passed through the aura in crystal healing or held over the chakras. Work with one with you feel you need to balance, slow down and neutralise negative energies.
Another lovely way to work with a crystal sphere is to have one as the centre of your crystal grids, particularly ones to do with earth healing, harmony, protection or psychic development.
Place in a space where you wish to bring a peaceful and grounded energy, be it in your home, work space or zen dens.
Sphere’s will need a stand for display, luckily you get one for free with this Fluorite Sphere! See below for info on this crystal.
Keywords: Mental Enhancement and clarity, improved decision-making, clearing the energy fields
Zodiac Signs: Capricorn, Pisces
Fluorite Crystal Healing Properties:
Fluorite is a force of order in the stone kingdom, bringing focus, structure, stability and clarity. On an emotional level it assists us to ‘think through’ our feelings when we are overwhelmed by emotional experience. Fluorite is reputed to assist in balancing brain chemistry, enhancing learning and stimulating the brain.
Fluorite History and Uses:
Fluorite derives from the Latin word “fluor” or “fluere”, meaning to flow because when melted it is used as a flux in iron smelting. In the 16th century Agricola, a German scientist named it fluorspar from the German “flusse” (stream, river) and “spar” from “spærstān” (spear stone) a mineral similar to gypsum referring to its crystal projections. Fluorite can be found in all the colours of the rainbow plus pink, brown, black, white and clear. Due to the presence of europium, yttrium, ytterbium, or organic matter in Fluorite it can fluoresce blue, red, purple, yellow, green or white under UV light and in 1852 when the phenomenon of fluorescence was discovered it was named after Fluorite. It is also a source of hydrogen fluoride, which is chemically converted into fluorine, fluorocarbons, and a diverse range of fluoride materials.
Fluorite Geological Description:
Fluorite is a calcium fluoride crystal with a hardness of 4. It can be found in a wide variety of colours, often in the same specimen. Major deposits of Fluorite are found in Germany, England, China, Argentina and the USA.
Listed as 'Sold As Seen' meaning the Fluorite Sphere you see photographed in this listing will be the actual crystal you receive, should you decide to order.
Comes with a free stand.