Power & Benefits of Muscovite:
Muscovite is a good stone for problem-solving, thought, and major life decisions. It can be helpful if you are worried about how life situations will impact yourself and those who rely on you. It aids in changing the image presented to the world.
Spiritual & Emotional Influence:
Muscovite is good for meditation and shamanic visions. It helps you to access your higher self and listen to your intuition. It is a mystical stone that has strong angelic contact and stimulates awareness of the higher self. When used in scrying, it links to the highest spiritual realms. It stimulates the Heart Chakra, facilitates astral travel, and helps with psychic vision.
It helps anger, excess nervous energy, insecurity, past issues, painful emotions, self-doubt, and tantrums. It is good for emotional expression and mediation.
The Physical Connection:
Muscovite is thought to help with allergies, dehydration, diabetes, hunger, insomnia, and mononucleosis. It is said to balance sleep patterns. It is believed to help control blood sugar, alleviate dehydration, and prevent hunger when fasting. It is also thought to aid in problem-solving and stimulate quick-wittedness. It is said to release tension in the physical body and align the subtle bodies and meridians in the body which helps to bring more balance.
The Chakras Connected to Muscovite:
Locations Found & History:
Austria, Brazil, Czech Republic, New Mexico, Switzerland, Russia, Canada, India, Italy, Scotland, Germany, Finland, Madagascar, Afghanistan, Dominican Republic, and United States (New Mexico). Muscovite gets its name from Muscovy-glass, which was given to the stone in Elizabethan England because of its use in medieval Russia as a cheaper alternative to the glass used in windows.
Rarity, Value & Variations:
Muscovite is the most common form of mica. A variety of pearl-like Mica in layered plates, masses, scales, and other crystalline forms. Colors can include brown, green, grey, red, pink, violet, white or yellow. It has a Mohs hardness of 2-3.5. Also known as Mica.
How to Use Muscovite:
Carry or hold Muscovite. Use as wrist support when typing.