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Lazulite

Science & Origin of Lazulite

Lazulite is an aluminum magnesium iron phosphate that crystallizes in the form of masses and on rare occasions can be seen in small pyramidal crystal patterns. This stone can be seen in various shades of blue, although the most common color on the market is azure-indigo blue. Lazulite was first discovered back in 1795 by Martin H. Klaproth in Styria, Austria. He named it after the German word “lazurstein”, which translates to “Blue stone”. Since his discovery in Austria, Lazulite veins have been discovered all over the world. India, Sweden, Brazil, Australia, Canada, Madagascar, and the United States are just a few countries that contain an abundance of this mineral. Canada has recently been providing the world with some of the most beautiful Lazulite specimens we’ve ever seen.

It's very common to find Lazulite occurring in association with a variety of other minerals due to it being formed in pegmatites and Quartz rich rock. Some of those minerals can be Muscovite, Blue Kyanite, Black Kyanite, Rutile, Sapphire, Tourmalines Quartz, and Albite. Finding Lazulite alone in crystallized form is extremely rare because of how often it’s found with other minerals. These specimens can sell for thousands of dollars.

Lazulite vs Lapis Lazuli

A common misconception is that Lazulite is the primary crystal in Lapis Lazuli. Although they share similar qualities, properties, and colors, Lazulite is actually not found within Lapis Lazuli, rather it’s the mineral known as “Lazurite” that's found in it. Both share very similar spelling and may often be mistaken by experts.

Lazulite

Meaning & Energy

Lazulite’s high vibrational energy immediately directs itself to one’s third eye and activates their own unique psychic abilities. This powerful mineral helps us attune to higher vibrations and assists one in becoming more comfortable with this energy each day. Working with this stone will help one gain insight into their nightly dreams and understand what the purpose and meaning of them are. Lazulite will also help one “disconnect” from the physical realm and help one during times of astral projection during sleep or deep meditation. It provides comfort in these new and unknown experiences while raising one’s mental capacity to absorb higher knowledge from spirit beings. This knowledge is here to serve us on our life path and push our souls in the direction they truly want to go in. So often in this physical world does our brain do the thinking that it leaves our hearts and souls, which contain our purest emotions, to remain silent. Working with this stone repeatedly will allow one to bring the knowledge they’ve learned down to Earth, where it can then be used in the pursuit of one's goals and desires.

Bridging the Spiritual & Phsyical Worlds

We highly recommend carrying a piece of Lazulite with you each day if you are someone trying to bridge the spiritual and physical worlds together. Being exposed to this powerful energy daily will allow one to passively live their lives at a higher frequency. One will soon realize how strong their mind can become as well as the intuitive effects that come with carrying this stone. If you're looking for assistance to ground this new found energy, we recommend carrying Hematite and Covelite. Hematite will help pull this energy down to Earth, while Covelite will provide the extra strength needed to bridge the physical and spiritual realms together.

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