Eudialyte

Eudialyte is a fine calming, grounding stone that gives extra energy at times when you can need it. Eudialyte gives self-confidence and helps you get through difficult times.

Information and properties

Eudialyte was first discovered in 1819 in the Julianehaab district of Greenland and varies in colors from pink and red to brown, violet and green. Sometimes it has inclusions of Black Tourmaline. Eudialyte derives from the Greek word eu dialytos meaning "easily decomposable". Eudialyte is in fact a stone that dissolves easily in acid. 

Physical
Eudialyte is a fine calming stone and stabilizes an overstrained nervous system. This special stone works like an extra battery and energizes the body at times when you could use some extra energy. Eudialyte makes one strong and improves the ability to react. 

Emotional
On an emotional level, Eudialyte helps to reduce uncertainties about your own qualities. It is a stone that gives strength and self-confidence to face setbacks. Eudialyte helps with your personal growth and to pursue your goals.

Spiritual
Eudialyte affects the Heart Chakra, helping it to open up to create more space for self-love and forgiveness for (unfortunate) choices made in the past. Eudialyte reduces fear of scarcity and the feeling of not having enough or not being enough. This beautiful stone helps you look at the truth with an open mind no matter how hard it may be at times. 

Color

Brown, Pink, Purple, Gray

Chakra

Root Chakra, Heart Chakra

Zodiac Signs

Virgo

Properties

Hardness: 5.5
Density: 2.9
Composition: Na15Ca6Fe3Zr3Si(Si25O73)(O,OH,H2O)3(Cl,OH)2
Structure: Trigonaal
 
Locations
 
Greenland, Russia, Norway, Canada, Madagascar, United States
 
How to take care?
 
Eudialyte is best not cleaned using water. More information about taking care of gemstones can be read in my blog "The cleaning and charging of gemstones"
 
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