Feldspar

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Feldspar is a very “earthy” stone making up over 50% of earth’s crust and is also known as a lunar stone. The energy of it helps one to connect to others and one’s inner self so that one has a deeper understanding of situations and issues, and helps one in releasing old, past energies that are no longer serving one so that one is able to move forward.

It assists one in locating misplaced items and in discovering and understanding messages from within. Because of the sheer variety of Feldspars, they are often associated with contending with life’s changes and, as such, are beneficial for those who have difficulty coping. Those who are often pessimistic can carry/wear a piece of Feldspar and be able to see things in a more positive light. It often increase self-esteem, which can often lead to opening us up to realize our goals.

Feldspar assists one in detaching from old patterns while supporting and encouraging unconventional and exciting opportunities to attain one’s goals. It has been found as a constituent of moon rock and provides for a connection and communication to inter-galactic intelligence. This mineral assist in locating that which has been misplaced and understanding previously unidentified messages both from within or without the self. Feldspar supports the discovery and healing of blockages and issues regarding self-awareness and self-love.
It assists in locating that which has been misplaced, and also in discovering and understanding previously unidentified messages from both within and outward of the self. It is a stone helpful with self-awareness.

The origin of the name feldspar derives from the German Feldspat, a compound of the words Feld, “field”, and Spat, “a rock that does not contain ore”. The change from Spat to -spar was influenced by the English word “spar”, a synonym for “mineral”

It comes in many varieties, including forms of Moonstone, Labradorite, Sunstone, Albite, Amazonite, and Orthoclase crystals.

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Feldspar is a very “earthy” stone making up over 50% of earth’s crust and is also known as a lunar stone. The energy of it helps one to connect to others and one’s inner self so that one has a deeper understanding of situations and issues, and helps one in releasing old, past energies that are no longer serving one so that one is able to move forward.

It assists one in locating misplaced items and in discovering and understanding messages from within. Because of the sheer variety of Feldspars, they are often associated with contending with life’s changes and, as such, are beneficial for those who have difficulty coping. Those who are often pessimistic can carry/wear a piece of Feldspar and be able to see things in a more positive light. It often increase self-esteem, which can often lead to opening us up to realize our goals.

Feldspar assists one in detaching from old patterns while supporting and encouraging unconventional and exciting opportunities to attain one’s goals. It has been found as a constituent of moon rock and provides for a connection and communication to inter-galactic intelligence. This mineral assist in locating that which has been misplaced and understanding previously unidentified messages both from within or without the self. Feldspar supports the discovery and healing of blockages and issues regarding self-awareness and self-love.
It assists in locating that which has been misplaced, and also in discovering and understanding previously unidentified messages from both within and outward of the self. It is a stone helpful with self-awareness.

The origin of the name feldspar derives from the German Feldspat, a compound of the words Feld, “field”, and Spat, “a rock that does not contain ore”. The change from Spat to -spar was influenced by the English word “spar”, a synonym for “mineral”

It comes in many varieties, including forms of Moonstone, Labradorite, Sunstone, Albite, Amazonite, and Orthoclase crystals.

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Weight 80 g
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 4 cm

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