Healing Properties of Labradorite
Top 3 Benefits of Labradorite
- Supports psychic work like intuition & communicating with spirit guides
- Protects your aura from negative energy & entities
- Helps align you with your Divine purpose
Labradorite protects your aura from negative energy and supports your third-eye chakra activities. In other words, it is an ideal stone for doing any kind of psychic or magical work such as accessing the Akashic records, past-life memories, communicating with spirit guides, divination, shamanic journeying, astral travel, and clairvoyance.
Living in a Magical Universe
Even if you don’t actively practice psychic activities, carrying labradorite can help you spot synchronicities and just generally give you life a more magical quality. The sense of magic comes from becoming more aligned with your Divine path and more open to guidance and clues that your spirit guides arrange for you.
Labradorite also helps you trust Divine Right Timing and relax into a state of flow and co-creation with the Universe.
Protection from Negative Energy
Labradorite protects you from harmful entities attaching themselves to your aura.
This is obviously useful for psychics and energy workers. However, it would also be good to wear if your work or life takes you to places where there may be ghosts or where there are a lot of negative vibes, because harmful entities are drawn to fear and hopelessness. Examples would be hospitals, prisons, or working with populations that are struggling with poverty.
The best way to use labradorite to stimulate visions is to lay down and place it on your third-eye chakra (in the middle of your forehead). If you find yourself feeling too ungrounded when you do this, also place a grounding stone like red jasper, smoky quartz, or black tourmaline at your root chakra.
Labradorite is also helpful for inner work and self-awareness. It helps bring unconscious material to the surface to be healed. If you find yourself in habitual patterns that you can’t figure out how to shift, meditating with labradorite can bring you insight into the root causes and how to heal it.
Labradorite Mineral & Gemstone Information
Labradorite is a member of the feldspar group of minerals, which also includes moonstone, sunstone, and amazonite. Its color is a mixture of dull splotchy gray with patches of iridescence that flash blue, green, and sometimes yellow and purple. How a particular piece of labradorite looks depends a lot on how it is cut.
The iridescence appears different at different angles and is reminiscent of the Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights.
Spectrolite is a variety of labradorite.