Satin Spar ( Selenite )
Purification – Meditation – Clarity
Satin Spar has a very fine vibration and brings clarity of mind, opening the crown and higher crown chakras and accessing angelic consciousness and higher guidance.
It is a link to the light body, helping to anchor it in the earth's vibration. It is a calm stone that instills deep peace and is excellent for meditation or spiritual work. Telepathy is enhanced by each person holding a piece. It has an ethereal quality and is said to inhabit the place between light and matter. An ancient stone, it is nevertheless one of the most powerful crystals for the new vibration on earth.
Brings about inner peace if you live a lot in your head and constantly fear imagined disasters. It clears confusion and aids in seeing the deeper picture. It brings about a conscious understanding of what has been occurring at the subconscious level. It is a powerful disperser and stabilizer for erratic emotions.
Thought to be useful for blood cell regeneration, vitality, youthfulness, attention deficit disorder/hyperactivity, fertility, pregnancy, fluid retention, bloating, PMS, menstrual and menopausal problems, spinal fluid, hormones, gallstone pain.
Did you know what is commonly sold and known as Selenite is actually Satin Spar?
Both are part of the Gypsum family. Selenite is colorless, transparent, layered in very thin sheets, usually comes in flat plate-like formation, can flake apart and is more expensive and not easily found. Satin Spar is opaque and fibrous, this is the stuff you see everywhere!
They both have a lot of the same healing properties.
The confusion seems to have started with different languages; Selenite means fibrous in some languages. You will see most people selling Satin Spar as Selenite because that is what people know, what people are searching for and what they're expecting. There is so much confusion from this, I'm not sure if we could ever correct it unless we all try to KINDLY share this knowledge.
Fun Fact: The original name was given by J.G. Wallerius in his 1747 book "Mineralogia, eller Mineralriket" (p.50), as 'selenites'. Named from the greek 'σεληνη' (the moon), probably from its pale bluish reflections.
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