Wulfenite is beneficial for cellular memory, rejuvenation, and energy preservation. It assists in accepting less positive aspects of life and prevents despondency from setting in during negative situations. It brings youthfulness.
Spiritual & Emotional Influence:
Wulfenite is an excellent stone for dealing with your shadow side which is the aspect of yourself you tend to push away sometimes. It is a powerful past-life healing stone. It can be programmed to bring you into contact with soul links. It is good for magic, shamanic pursuits, and seeing and dealing with your dark side. It is good for accessing altered states of reality, your higher self, and soul mates/twin souls.
This stone will assist you in accepting all aspects of life even the things that are not positive or happy. It helps you embrace and integrate all aspects of yourself and others so that you may see the truth instead of masking it with positivity. It allows you to be your authentic self and to accept yourself wholly.
The Physical Connection:
Wulfenite is thought to restore the uterus after childbirth or a miscarriage. It is also thought to assist with menstruation and can help to balance other female reproductive issues. It is said to improve metabolic function and digestive problems.
The Chakras Connected to Wulfenite:
Heart Chakra, Root (Base) Chakra, and Sacral Chakra.
Locations Found & History:
One of the most popular mines for Wulfenite is the Red Cloud Mine in Arizona which has deep red Wulfenite that is well-formed. The Los Lamentos in Mexico also produces it, but the stones there are very thick orange tabular crystals. Another source is Mount Peca in Slovenia which produces yellow stones. In 1997, the Post of Slovenia even put a Wulfenite stone on their stamps. Wulfenite was first found in 1845 in Bad Bleiberg, Carinthia, Austria, and was named after Franz Xavier von Wulfen who was an Austrian mineralogist.
Rarity, Value & Variations:
Wulfenite is a very popular mineral with gemstone collectors because of its unique color that is rare to find in other minerals and gemstones. This stone is part of the Molybdate family and can be yellow, orange, and brown as well as green, grey, and white. The other stones it’s formed with are Anglesite, Cerussite, Smithsonite, Hemimorphite, Vanadinite, and Pyromorphite to name several. Wulfenite has a Mohs hardness of 3.
How to Use Wulfenite:
Wear Wulfenite in jewelry or hold it in your hand to receive its energy benefits. It is toxic so use with care.