Lapis Lazuli Pyramid
Description: Highly polished, well formed Lapis Pyramid. It is a natural charm, and a potent amulet of friendship. Give this to someone you care about. The picture is typical of the one you will receive.
Size: Approximate size: 37 x 37 x 26 mm. Weighs 54 grams. (1.5 x 1.5 x 1.1 inches. Wt: 1.9 ounces.)
Primary Uses: Long treasured, Lapis has been used by many cultures in a wide variety of ways. Today it is a valuable talisman for gaining respect, keeping negative energy away, and for helping us to remember to be humble in our dealings with others. It is extensively used in honoring Goddesses, and it is a potent healing crystal for dealing with blockages of the throat chakra. Read more about the many uses and properties of Lapis in our Crystal Metaphysical Encyclopedia Lapis Lazuli entry or check a summary in the table below.
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Quick Healing Overview: Lapis Lazuli is a crystal of truth in all aspects. It reveals inner truth and promotes self-awareness and the acceptance of that knowledge. It provides for the relief of things that may have been suppressed and allows for them to surface; helping to diminish uncomfortable feelings or repressed anger and allowing for self-expression without holding back or compromising.
Birthstone & Zodiac Uses: Lapis Lazuli is not a traditional birthstone. Lapis Lazuli, with its deep blue color, is one of the natural birthstones of those born as the world Lapis Lazuli awaits the vernal equinox and spring (February 19 – March 19). Lapis Lazuli is associated with Sagittarius (Nov 21 – Dec 21).
For Chakra Balancing: Lapis Lazuli is associated with the Throat Chakra. The Throat Chakra is located at the base of the throat, and at the center of the larynx. It is the voice of the body. When it is out of balance spiritually you might find yourself habitually lying, feeling fear and doubt about the intentions of others, or find yourself stammering or at a loss for words.
Crystal Color Energy: Lapis Lazuli is a blue stone. Its dark blue energy is perfect for enhancing respect and compassion in ourselves. Dark blue crystals teach us humanity, discretion, and honor. They help us act more charitably and focus our efforts on service to others. They teach us grace, sensitivity to the needs of others, and tenderness in our dealings.
Associated Goddesses: Lapis Lazuli is used in devotions to Dana (Danu), the Celtic River Goddess; Hera, the Greek Queen of Gods; Nuit, the Egyptian Goddess of Heaven and Sky; and Venus, Roman Goddess of Love.
Feng Shui Uses: Lapis Lazuli brings us Water Energy. Water energy is traditionally associated with the North area of a home or room. It is associated with the Career and Life Path area. Its flowing energy will assure a balance of energy as your life unfolds and flows.
Uses in Divination: The Divinatory meaning of Lapis Lazuli: It is the right time to get yourself noticed in a positive way; a high-profile presentation of your talents is the key.
Talisman Energy: Lapis Lazuli is an Enhancer Filter crystal. Enhancers have internal crystal lattices of perfect cubic symmetry and internal harmony. As “building block” talismans, their internal structure helps focus our efforts to build on our successes and enhance our lives. They concentrate our energy on the improvements we desire and thought patterns that will produce the actions needed to bring them about.
What Other Crystal Authors Think: Other practitioners report that Lapis is a stone that promotes friendship and truth. and can be worn to promote honesty and ease of communication. It is also believed to increase mental clarity and be an energy focus for teachers. It is believed to enhance creative self-expression and to promoting spirituality.