Oligoclase Crystals Meanings and Properties

Oligoclase Crystals Meanings and Properties

Oligoclase Crystals Meanings and Properties

Oligoclase connects the Crown Chakra with the Solar Plexus, and then strengthens the spiritual body from within. It shields and protects without "heaviness", and gives us a feeling of inner strength and solidity. It helps us to contain our energy, and in the case of those that "give their energy away", it reflects it back into the body through each Chakra. Oligoclase gives a sense of inner expansion. It is balancing, especially with male-female energy, and because of its shielding qualities, can be helpful in treating abdominal problems such as IBS. On a mental level, it represents justice, and can be useful in resolving problems in which we feel we are being unfairly treated, as well as ensuring we are treating others fairly. Oligoclase should be worn on or carried near the body.

Alternative Names: None

Mineral Information

Origin: Minas Gerais, Brazil

Mineral Species: Albite

Mineral Group: Feldspar Group

Chemical Formula: (Na,Ca)[Al(Si,Al)Si2O8]

Hardness: 6-6.5

Crystal System: Triclinic

Colour: Colourless to white

Typical Appearance: Usually massive crystalline aggregates

Esoteric Information

Birthstone: No known astrological sign

Chakra Alignment: Crown and Solar Plexus

Element: None


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