Overview:A stone of spiritual enlightenment, Seraphinite’s feathery wings whisk you up to a high spiritual vibration and this stone is excellent for making journeys out of the body, protecting the physical body while you are away. In addition to carrying the generic properties of chlorite, it accesses self-healing and makes angelic connection.
Promoting living from the heart, Seraphinite assists in reviewing the progress you have made in life and with identifying the changes needed. In healing, Seraphinite works best at a subtle level, aligning the aura with the light body, and activating the spinal cord and the links to the etheric body situated behind the heart. It’s effects are then passed into the physical body.
Seraphinite (serafina, chlinochlore) is often referred to an an angel stone because of its higher energies and relationship with angels. Seraphinite is said to help contact angels and communicate with them. Psychically, seraphinite is beneficial for intuition and psychic awareness.
Fe2Al19Si4O22 (OH) 2, Ferrous aluminium
USA, Russia, France, Australia, Switzerland, Scotland, Namibia, Middle East
Sign of Seraphinite:Sagittarius
This stone can be very protective of the heart chakra when used over this chakra, and is helpful for sending unconditional love. Seraphinite is a purifying stone that helps one find one's higher purpose and will. Seraphinite is also extremely helpful for all forms of transformation and transmutation, including the magical kind.
Usage: Physically, seraphinite is healing for nerves, brain cells, purification of the blood and organs and eliminating toxins, kidneys, liver. Also helps in releasing muscle tension up into the neck, enhancing weight loss, chills, lymph, infections, detoxification, assimilation of vitamins A and E, iron, magnesium and calcium, pains, skin growths, liver spots, proliferation of helpful bacteria.
Legend:Seraphinite apparently acquired its name due to its resemblance to feathers, such as one might find on a bird's wing. With some specimens the resemblance is quite strong, with shorter down-like feathery growths leading into longer "flight feathers"; the resemblance even spurs fanciful marketing phrases like "silver plume seraphinite."
It comes from mine “Korshunovskaia” which is situated not far from Baikal Lake in Eastern Siberia, Russia.