Collection: Larimar

Formation of Larimar

Larimar, also known as the "Blue Stone of Atlantis," is a rare variety of the mineral pectolite. This exquisite blue gemstone is found only in one place in the world – the Dominican Republic. The formation of Larimar is attributed to the volcanic activities that occurred millions of years ago in the region. When the volcanoes erupted, they pushed hot gas with the minerals of Larimar to the surface. Over time, these minerals cooled and crystallized to form the beautiful blue pectolite we know as Larimar. Its distinct blue color, ranging from light blue to deep blue, often mottled with white, is due to the presence of copper substitution for calcium in the pectolite.

Uses of Larimar

Larimar is cherished for its calming energy and connection to the sea and sky. Known as a stone of serenity, it is believed to soothe tempers, calm fears, and promote tranquility in both physical and emotional bodies. Its connection to the throat chakra makes it a powerful tool for facilitating clear communication and expressing emotions with clarity. Additionally, its ties to the sea and air elements help to connect its wearers with the natural ebbs and flows of life, fostering a sense of harmony and balance. In spiritual practices, Larimar is often used for meditation, with its soothing energy aiding in the journey into deeper states of consciousness and promoting a general sense of relaxation and ease.

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