🔮 Crystal of the week ~ Sodalite 🔮
Sodalite unites logic with intuition and opens spiritual perception, bringing information from the higher mind down to the physical level. This stone stimulates the pineal gland and the third eye and deepens meditation. When in Sodalite-enhanced meditation, the mind can be used to understand the circumstances in which you find yourself. This stone instills a drive for truth and an urge toward idealism, making it possible to remain true to yourself and stand up for your beliefs.
Sodalite clears electromagnetic pollution and can be placed on computers to block their emanations. This is a particularly useful stone for group work, as it brings harmony and solidarity of purpose. It stimulates trust and companionship between members of the group, encouraging interdependence.
An excellent stone for the mind, Sodalite eliminates mental confusion and intellectual bondage. It encourages rational thought, objectivity, truth and intuitive perception, together with the verbalization of feelings. As it calms the mind, it allows new information to be received. Sodalite stimulates the release of old mental conditioning and rigid mind-sets, creating space to put new insights in practice.
Psychologically, this stone brings about emotional balance and calms panic attacks. It can transform a defensive or oversensitive personality releasing the core fears, phobias, guilt, and control mechanisms that hold you back from being who you truly are. It enhances self-esteem self acceptance, and self-trust. Sodalite is one of the stones that bring shadow qualities up to the surface to be accepted without being judged.
Sodalite balances the metabolism, overcomes calcium deficiencies, and cleanses the lymphatic system and organs, boosting the Immune system. This stone may help with insomnia. It treats the throat, vocal cords, and larynx and is helpful for hoarseness and digestive disorders. It may cool fevers, lower blood pressure, and stimulate absorption of fluid in the body.
Excerpt from "The Crystal Bible" by Judy Hall.
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