Bornite is good for creative expression. It integrates the body, emotions, mind, and soul, teaching you how to negotiate obstacles with the least stress, encouraging you to find happiness in the present moment. It is excellent protection against negativity, which it transmutes, identities the source and filters out that which is no longer relevant.
Spiritual & Emotional Influence:
Bornite is an excellent tool for rebirthing work. It opens metaphysical abilities, enhances inner knowing, teaching you how to trust the process and the information you receive. It assists with visualization and creating your reality, it can be programmed to send healing energy from a distance.
It transforms heavy situations, brings freshness and newness to life. It is good for happiness, joy, emotional energy, being in the moment, rebirthing, removing self-imposed obstacles, and left/right brain balance. It puts color back into flat energy. It helps grief and speeds karma.
The Physical Connection:
Bornite is thought to be good for salt balance, physical energy, the kidneys, and the healthy development of babies. It is said to help acid indigestion, anemia, angina, epilepsy, fever, gout, and swelling. It is also thought to calm adrenaline. It is believed to be beneficial for cellular structures, metabolic imbalances, dissolving calcified deposits, assimilation of potassium, and swelling.
The Chakras Connected to Bornite:
Root (Base) Chakra, Sacral Chakra, Solar Plexus Chakra, Heart Chakra, Throat Chakra, Third Eye (Brow) Chakra, Crown Chakra. It activates and synthesizes All Chakras.
Locations Found & History:
Mexico, USA, Canada, Morocco, Germany, Poland, England, Chile, Chile, Australia, Kazakhstan, Czech Republic, France, Norway. Bornite is named after Ignaz von Born, an 18th-century mineralogist.
Rarity, Value & Variations:
Bornite has a Mohs hardness of 3. Other common names include Peacock Ore, Peacock Rock, and Purple Copper.
How to Use Bornite:
Use for rebirthing work. Bornite is a toxic stone and should be used in tumbled form.