August 17, 2021 3 min read

When asked what Fluorite is used for, many of us who are learning about this stone for the first time are blown away by the grace of this crystal and its versatile energies!

Fluorite stimulates your positive energy and is an excellent crystal to have because it helps to alleviate your fears of the future. It will assist you in making sense of things when you are perplexed, and it will clear any mental fog that is preventing you from creating order or harmony in your life.

If you wish to have all these wonderful gifts in your life, then Fluorite should definitely be your go-to crystal


Fluorite Crystal Healing Properties 

Fluorite cleanses and stabilises the aura.  It absorbs and neutralises negative energy and stress.  It encourages positivity, balances the energies, and removes negative energy, stress, and vibrations.

All Fluorite crystals, no matter the color, are connected with the Third Eye chakra providing balance, healing, and cleansing. It is one of the most powerful stones for bringing truth and integrating different concepts into the person mind. Depending on the color, it can be associated as well with other chakras. For example, green fluorite is amazing for the Heart chakra, blue for the throat, and clear fluorite for the Crown chakra. 

 

Benefits of Fluorite Crystal

Here are five benefits of using Fluorite Crystal:

Boost Self Confidence 

An excellent learning aid, Fluorite increases our powers of concentration, self-confidence and helps us in decision-making.  

 

Improves Balance

It encourages positivity, balances the energies, and improves balance and coordination, both physically and mentally.

 

Boost the Immune System

Fluorite boosts the immune system and stimulates the regeneration and restructuring of cells and DNA, particularly in the skin and respiratory tract, and heals ulcers and wounds. 

 

Improves Healing 

Fluorite strengthens bone tissue, and alleviates rheumatism, arthritis and spinal injuries.  It improves the discomfort of shingles and other nerve-related pain.

 

How to Use Fluorite Crystal

Hold the crystal in your hands as you meditate or relax, and you will feel the calmness and peace enveloping you.

You can wear it as jewelry to keep its energies close to your vibrational fields. It’s best to wear it as a pendant so that the crystal’s energies can make a good connection with your chakras.

However, other collectors prefer to set their crystal out in their home, or tuck it into their purse or their pillow to keep its energies close to them as they go about their days or drift off to sleep respectively.

This is a wonderfully generous stone that has plenty to offer you, and it also works well in harmony with other stones in your collection, however big or small that may be. We’ll be delving more into that now!


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What is Fluorite?

Fluorite is a vital industrial mineral made up of calcium and fluorine (CaF2). It is used in numerous chemical, metallurgical, and ceramic processes. Exceptional diaphaneity and color specimens are cut into gems or used to make ornamental objects.

Hydrothermal processes deposit fluorite in veins. It is frequently found in these rocks as a gangue mineral associated with metallic ores. Fluorite can also be found in limestone and dolomite fractures and cavities. It is a very common rock-forming mineral that can be found all over the world. Fluorite is also known as "fluorspar" in the mining industry.

 

History of Fluorite

Fluorite was named after the Latin word fluere, which means "to flow," because of its ability to act as a flux between metals. Fluorite was thought to house rainbows due to its rainbow coloring.

Fluorite has been used to sculpt ornate vessels in China for over three centuries. Fluorite was used by the ancient Egyptians to carve scarabs and deity statues. Fluorite was used for decoration by the ancient Romans. Pliny the Elder, an ancient Roman scholar and historian, adored Fluorite and named it one of his favorite minerals.

One of the more spectacular attributes of this stone is called fluorescence, and refers to Fluorite’s ability to glow in the dark after having been exposed to UV light.  

 


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