Scapolite is helpful for change and reaching goals. It supports you when you are feeling burdened. It is good for dealing with past issues.
Spiritual & Emotional Influence:
It instills a sense of relief when feeling burdened. It brings in positive change and helps to recover from past trauma.
Scapolite is helpful for practical thinking and problem-solving. It brings in a sense of practicality and grounds you in reality.
The Physical Connection:
It is thought that Scapolite is good for the bones, eyes, and veins. It is said to help with cataracts, dyslexia, glaucoma, and incontinence. It is also said to aid post-operative care.
The Chakras Connected to Scapolite:
Third Eye (Brow) Chakra.
Locations Found & History:
Madagascar, Canada, the United States, and Europe. Scapolite was first found in Myanmar in 1913 and its name comes from the Greek word scapos meaning rod and lithos meaning stone. This is appropriate because these crystals are usually found as prisms that are like sticks. Earlier on it was also called wernerite after the German geologist A. G. Werner in the 1700s.
Rarity, Value & Variations:
Scapolite is a minor gemstone that is quite beautiful and interesting. It often has Chatoyancy giving them the appearance of a cat’s eye. Pink and yellow stones can be cut into gems and used in jewelry. It has a hardness of between 5 and 6 making it too soft to be included in rings so it’s usually used in earrings and pendants. The most valuable Scapolite stones are yellow or orange and pink or violet and they are rarely found in sizes over 15 carats but only a few gems of this size have been found.
How to Use Scapolite:
Have Scapolite with you if you are making conscious change. Use these stones when setting goals and making plans for the future. The stone will also boost your motivation and self-discipline. Also, have these stones around if you’re starting a new business.