Labradorite Detailed Ring
Labradorite cabochons in various shapes set on detailed sterling silver band.
The stones measures approximately 15mm in height by 10mm in width
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KEY WORDS Magic, protection
PHYSICAL Amplifies the effects of healing prayers and affirmations
EMOTIONAL Aids in doing “inner work” to root out old negative patterns
SPIRITUAL Enhances psychic abilities; increases capacity to perceive with the inner eye; useful for magic, ritual and psychic protection
LABRADORITE is a plagioclase feldspar with a triclinic crystal structure and a hardness of 6 to 6.5. It is treasured for its remarkable play of colour (labradorescence), which shows vivid flashes of green, blue, gold, orange, red and sometimes violet. It is found mostly in Canada and Madagascar.
Labradorite is the gemstone of magic, and it awakens in those who carry or wear it the mental and intuitive abilities which include but are not limited to clairvoyance, telepathy, astral travel, prophecy, psychic reading, access to Akashic records, past life recall, communication with higher guides and spirits. It enhances “coincidence control”—the practice of increasing the observed degree of synchronicity and serendipity in one’s life.
It is an inter-dimensional stone, emanating an energy which helps one to consciously pierce the veil between our waking world and the many domains and planes if inner awareness. It is a gemstone of adventure, for it offers one the chance to embark upon a multitude of voyages in the inner realms, as well as increasing one’s power to magically affect the outer world.
Placed on the third eye in meditation, Labradorite can facilitate visionary experiences of the future, the past, and the many inner domains of time and timelessness.
Labradorite harmonizes with Moonstone, Sunstone, Spectrolite and Golden Labradorite. It also has an affinity for Moldavite, with which it stimulates the magical transformation of oneself to the Higher Self.
Source: The Pocket Book Of Stones by Robert Simmons
All photos are taken under natural light to best show off the actual colour of the stones.