Hematite Meaning and Spiritual Properties

Hematite Meaning and Spiritual Properties

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Power & Benefits of Hematite:

Hematite is known for its grounding and balancing energy. It instantly calms you down when you touch it to your skin or hold it in your hand. This makes it the perfect stone for those suffering from anxiety, worry, stress and nervousness. It is beneficial for self-esteem, willpower, compulsions, and courage.

Spiritual & Emotional Influence:

Hematite is effective for grounding and feeling secure. It harmonizes body, mind, and spirit. During out-of-body journeying, it protects the soul and guides it back into the body.

It helps gain strength and resilience. It’s said to absorb negative energy and balance emotions bringing a state of calm.

The Physical Connection:

Hematite is thought to help the blood and circulation as well as anemia and blood clots. It is said to be beneficial for back pain and the vertebrae that make up the spine. It is believed to be excellent for travel sickness and jet lag as well as insomnia and muscle cramps. It is also thought to help the body absorb iron and to form red blood cells.

The Chakras Connected to Hematite:

Root (Base) Chakra.

Astrological Signs:

Aquarius, Aries.

Locations Found & History:

United Kingdom, Morocco, Italy, Brazil, Switzerland, Sweden, and Venezuela. The ancient Greeks used powdered Hematite to make a red pigment because it has a high iron content. When it was mixed into water, it looked like blood and took the name Haima which means blood in Latin. Hematite has a long history, and because of its high sheen, they have been used in mirrors. It was also used to make seals from 2500 BC to 500 BC. Hematite pigmented paint was used to paint petroglyphs in ancient caves, and it was also used by the Egyptians on the tombs of pharaohs, and also by Native Americans as war paint. It’s still used as a polishing powder known as jeweler’s rouge.

Rarity, Value & Variations:

Hematite is dark with a metallic blackish gray color. It’s opaque and has an extremely high brilliance. Hematite rates a 5.5-6.5 on the Mohs hardness scale. Thicker Hematite pieces can be cut into gemstones. It’s lovely in jewelry, but it can be heavy. It can also be engraved and is popular in intaglio pieces. Hematite has a low value, but the highly detailed engraved pieces are more valuable.

How to Use Hematite:

Place one Hematite stone at the top and then at the base of the spine to facilitate alignment. Hold a piece of hematite if you’re feeling anxious or worried and place a piece by your bed to rest easy.






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