Rainbow Moonstone Stepped Bezel Ring (Small Round)
Small oval rainbow moonstone ring in a simple silver bezel setting on split shank half round band
The stones measures between 4mm and 6mm and are untreated of natural origin.
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KEY WORDS Optimism, vitality, inner peace, Rainbow Body of Light
PHYSICAL Supports the body in overcoming fatigue from depression
EMOTIONAL Inspires enthusiasm, self-appreciation, joy
SPIRITUAL Stimulates awakening of the Rainbow Body of Light
RAINBOW MOONSTONE is a feldspar, a potassium aluminium silicate with a monoclinic crystal system and a hardness of 6 to 6.5. It is found in India and is distinguished by its multi-coloured iridescence.
Rainbow Moonstones emanate great vitality, life force and exuberant joy. They offer the gifts of inner peace and harmony, emotional balance and strength, purification and transformation of negativity, as well as psychic protection. In addition, Rainbow Moonstone can facilitate the alignment and activation of all the chakras, while remaining grounded and centred. These powerful healers of the emotional body are recommended for those who suffer from stress or who carry old emotional wounds. Rainbow Moonstones promote a healthy optimism that can sustain one through dark times. They are stones of great Light, and they aid one in kindling the inner light of the heart. They can also facilitate activation of the Rainbow Body of Light, the spiritual vehicle by which our consciousness and travel throughout the many inner worlds.
Rainbow Moonstones are aligned with the energies of the Goddess, and they can help one successfully empower one’s feminine aspect. Through its Goddess connection, one can also commune with the energies and spirits of Nature, from plant divas to galactic consciousness.
Rainbow Moonstone harmonizes well with all other types of Moonstone, as well as Sunstone, Labradorite, Black Jade, Amber, Golden Labradorite, Moldavite, Amethyst, Jet and Tibetan Tektite.
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.