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Metaphysical Crystals » Lepidolite physical and metaphysical properties


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Lepidolite - powerful antidepressant among the stones


If you are new player in the arena of crystals, semi precious and precious stones, either as collector, beginner in gemology, or member of the new age community interested in energy healing, chakra balancing or similar areas, chances are you have never heard of Lepidolite. This is a shame really, since Lepidolite possesses a range of physical and metaphysical properties everyone can benefit from.

When I bought my first lepidolite tumbled stone, I had no idea what wondrous properties dwell hidden in this very special gem. Its external beauty was pretty much obvious --- its most frequent color is delicate and cunning pale rose to rose, and some have reported even white specimens. The vibrational power of this mineral were equally not so difficult to sense (even if one is not really open toward the spiritual side of stones), but what could convince even the greatest skeptics is the fact that this stone belongs to the group of lithium rich minerals (more about the other healing and therapeutic properties of Li stones you can find here ). It contains from 3 to 5 percent of lithium, and all we need to say is to recall how important Li is in treating some mental disorders. Therefore we might say that in the metaphysical sense it has some antidepressant qualities.

The physical properties of lepidolite

This stone can be transparent or opaque, but mostly you will be able to find solid specimens without transparency. Therefore, it is not a gemstone material. It belongs to the phyllosilicate group of micas. Muscovite is another popular mineral from the mica group. These silicates arrange their silica tetrahedra in cyclic manner, building separate planes. These planar structures are the reason why these materials come in sheets that can be easily separated from the whole. Notable occurrences are in Colorado, Brazil and Madagascar.

Lepidolite's formula is K(Li,Al)3(Si,Al)4O10(F,OH)2. Basically we see that besides lithium, which lepidolite is a secondary source of, there are also potassium, and fluorine present in the structure. What is not contained in the above expression is that in this mineral there are also some quantities of rubidium and cesium, elements that are not so common in the silicates.

The meanings, healing, and metaphysical

lepidolite mica

This stone encourages independence and protects from any number of external influences when it comes to setting and following your priorities. It is of great help to relieve the consequences of everyday stress. Placed near the pillow, it promotes peaceful sleep without bad dreams and nightmares. In combination with rose quartz, lepidolite becomes stone of renewed love.

On the level of physical health, it can help with joint related problems, enhances blood circulation and protects the heart muscle. It reduces depression, relieves insomnia, and strengthens the nervous system. This is one of the best love stones. It can help us to accept others as well as our own being.

Lepidolite is able to dissolve many blockages from the past that manifest in our present life. In addition, this stone is able to induce deep relaxed states of mind, peace and serenity. Some crystal therapy healers use it as a tool for diagnostic purposes during the crystal healing seances. Placed on the affected area of the body, it can be put into gentle vibrations, effectively directing our attention toward the possible problem.



Comments:

Virginia says:
02-19-2013


The research I did indicated that Li+ in Lepidolite and other stones containing lithium are not bioavailable (as are other Lithium compounds such as salts, orotate and aspartate that are compounded pharmaceutically). So how can we receive the lithium benefits, especially through skin? I would love to have this explained and find that there is bioavailability. Thank you. - Virginia

sunnyray says:
02-23-2013


Hi Virginia
You are right, Lepidolite does not contain any bioavailable lithium. The point is that in this case the action of lithium is purely metaphysical - it cannot be proved by the methods of conventional science. The same way you cannot prove homeopathy in a conventional way.

rakholiya hitesh says:
04-21-2014


Can lepidolite stone be beneficial for depression, head problem, weakness in the body, less energy, weak concentration, negative thoughts, etc. I'm well graduate but I'm sitting home the last 3 years. What can I do plz?

sunnyray says:
04-22-2014


Lepidolite is a great stone to have by and certainly can be beneficial for some of the problems you describe, but please do not expect that it will solve all of your problems without your conscious intention and effort. The way the metaphysical stones work is via a conscious programming and embedding of your positive, clear and noble thoughts and intentions into them.

Jessica says:
05-31-2014


If Lepidolite does not contain any bioavailable lithium, and can not be proven to help with things such as bipolar disorder, then why is it marketed in such a way? I really was hoping this could help me.

sunnyray says:
06-02-2014


Hi Jessica,
Lepidolite, being in a crystalline form, does contain lithium, but of course, that lithium is not bioavailable. Lithium-based drugs contain bioavailable lithium. In crystal-therapy, we just keep the stones and crystals close to the body — we never ingest them. Now the question is, how they could be expected to work that way? As I said earlier, the action is not physical, but metaphysical. If your condition is not severe, the only way to tell if they are going to help is try them. People report improvements for certain conditions just by having selected crystals and stones near by.

Layla says:
06-07-2014


Can lepidolite heal bipolar disorder?

lanett says:
06-21-2014


Can Lepidolite and Rose quartz be used together, and if so, what effect would it have?

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