Iolite what does it do?

Iolite what does it do?

Iolite is found in Brazil, India, Sri Lanka Burma and Madagascar. . This stone being the governor of the Ajna chakra will aid you in meditation. Iolite will help you clear up your debts and help you be more organised in your financial affairs.

Iolite

 

Iolite is found in Brazil, India, Sri Lanka Burma and Madagascar.  It has a hardness of 7 so is useful as a jewellers stone.

The Vikings used this stone for navigation and it  is known as the Viking compass. They used to slice it thinly and use it as a lens to view the sun and determine their exact location to travel safely to the new world and back.  They believed that the stone would protect them and bring them back home. Iolite is the sacred stone of the  Viking sea goddess Ran, when they returned home they would throw gold and iolite into the sea in thanksgiving.

So use the stone as an amulet to protect you whilst travelling, not only on physical journeys but also on journeys within.

Iolite is the birthstone of both Taurus and Sagittarius

Shani  the Hindu God associated with Saturn is the governor of this stone. Shani is in India connected with adversity and by pleasing him the jinxed feelings you may be experiencing will disappear. So wear this stone and please him, thus protecting your self from his wrath.

Wear iolite and lack of motivation  and disorganisation will dissolve. It will give you strength to persevere. It will help you clear up your debts and help you be more organised in your financial affairs.

 It is tied to the Ajna chakra, and as such, gives access to higher information. This stone being the governor of  the Ajna chakra will aid you in meditation, and connect you with higher entities and angels.  

Iolite resonates with twilight energy and just as twilight connects the day with the night it will help you connect with other realms than which you can normally perceive or connect to.

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