Gemstone Sodalite Necklace
length 80 cm
Origin: Brazil, China, Greenland, Canada, Namibia
This stone was first found in Greenland in 1811 and was named after sodalite because of its high sodium content. Its name consisted of the English "Sodium" for sodium and the Greek "Lithos" for stone. A special feature of it is that it can glow in a different colour under the influence of UV light. Sodalite can be produced synthetically. However, these syntheses are rarely identical in composition to the actual mineral. According to other sources, it has been known since ancient times and was regarded as a protective stone there. Especially for artistically active people he should be able to increase inspiration and creativity in order to help them in the performance of their activities. However, he had lost importance over time and had only recently been rediscovered.
Effect: The sodalite gives stability and concentration. It promotes a serious, realistic attitude and the ability to be humble and contented.
Sodalite gives endurance, courage and increases self-confidence. He helps by more clarity as well as sincerity the own bad habits to put off guilt feelings or fears and to free suppressed feelings. This healing stone allows one to stand up for one's own beliefs, persistently pursue one's goals and thus provides an inner balance. Sodalith can also increase the power of thought and promote inspiration and aptitude in order to support the development of artistic abilities. In addition, the sodalite balances the mind.
Should be worn on the body for long periods of time. Best on the neck. For its psychic effect it is recommended to place it on the forehead. Sodalite works very well on the throat chakra and best of all on the third eye.
Sodalith meditates on the really important things and disregards unimportant ones.
Sodalite is formed from magma, which has a low to no silicon dioxide content. Otherwise feldspar would form. Sodalite is sometimes rock-forming, however, due to its formation prerequisite rather less represented. It belongs to the mineral class of silicates.
Star sign: Sagittarius