The name Selenite comes from the Greek word for moon and means “moon glow". Named after the ancient Greek moon goddess Selene, it is associated with lunar cycles and the divine feminine.
Selenite is connected to both the Third Eye and Crown Chakras, raising consciousness and boosting communication with the Divine. It has a powerful, peaceful energy that makes it great for meditation.
Also referred to as "liquid light", Selenite is a white or clear stone known for its powerful healing and energizing properties. It is the perfect crystal for cleansing and clearing energy. Use Selenite to clear the energy of a room, to clear energy from your body, or even to clear stagnant energy from other crystals.
Uses:Perfect for cleansing and clearing the energy of your other crystals and gemstone jewelry, simply place your items directly on the charging plate. It's believed that the plate's vibrations remove the inharmonious energies found in the resting stone.
Note:Selenite and Satin Spar are the same mineral, a form of Gypsum, but they crystallize differently to form either Satin Spar or Selenite. To keep it simple, Satin Spar can be carved and formed into different shapes, whereas Selenite cannot be shaped. It's important to note that they are different forms of the same mineral (Gypsum) but have the same properties. What is most commonly referred to as Selenite is actually Satin Spar, which is fibrous and white, and often seen in towers, as raw wands, or polished into palm stones and spheres. Selenite forms in large, flat, transparent crystals that are often called “plates” or “slabs”. They have very thin sheets and can easily flake apart. er time.
Product Specs:Listing is for ONE Selenite slab.
A: 2.8" and 28g
B: 2.7" and 30g
C: 3.8" and 30g
D: 4.5" and 46g
E: 5.3" and 60g
F: 4.3" and 108g
G: 2.7" and 136g
H: 4.6" and 148g
Because these are natural stones, each varies in size, shape and markings. Each is different and unique, just like you!
Metaphysical properties are provided solely for informational purposes and are not meant to replace the advice of a medical professional.