Talc is said to bring about good fortune. It is considered a stone of understanding and gratitude. It is thought to help soothe away heavy or tense feelings within.
Spiritual & Emotional Influence:
Talc is thought to enhance clarity and purity.
It brings a profound sense of inner calm, peace, and stillness. Talc is said to help with anxiety, stress, and tension. It is said to help release old, held onto energy such as anger that originated in childhood.
The Physical Connection:
Talc is said to help with sleep, cell function, and metabolism. It is thought to support cell function and metabolism. It is also thought to be beneficial for the kidneys, liver, pancreas, and spleen.
The Chakras Connected to Talc:
All Chakras, especially the Heart Chakra. It aligns and connects the Chakras, stimulating the flow of energy.
Locations Found & History:
Germany, Austria, Japan, Brazil, China, Canada, and United States (Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, California, Texas). Talc was named in 1546 by Georgius Agricola (Georg Bauer) from the Arabic word talq meaning pure, probably alluding to the color of its powder. It is the oldest-known white pigment and was used in prehistoric cave paintings.
Rarity, Value & Variations:
Common. Talc is the oldest known white pigment. It has a Mohs hardness of 1. As it is so soft, it is easily scratched. It can be crushed into a white powder that is widely known as talcum powder. It is the softest known mineral in the world.
How to Use Talc:
Hold or place as appropriate. Use Talc in meditation to bring about a deep meditative state. With a Mohs hardness of 1, you want to practice care while handling. It is easy to carve and is widely used for this purpose.