Caribbean Blue Calcite is a mind activator and helps one channel their own unique psychic abilities that aid one in elevating their consciousness.
Measuring 209grams and stands at 9cm x 3cm wide at the base.
The newest addition to the Calcite Family found in Pakistan in 2019. It’s a combination of light ocean Blue Calcite and light brown and white Aragonite.
Resembling much like the beach or an island holiday scene taking your breathe away. We are still learning more about this stone each day.
This stone is rare found in only one park of the world and most are saying that it will be mined to it’s very extinction within a few years.
Being part of the Calcite family it brings along with it a very tranquil, calming and serene energies.
This stone will help bring you to a place where you can absorb endless amounts of knowledge about yourself and where you’re going.
Also sharing the properties of Aragonite within it too. Aragonite is a stabilising stone that centres and grounds physical energies, being useful in time of stress and agitation.
Aragonite aids concentration and brings tolerance and flexibility to the mind. It teaches acceptance and patience, especially helpful to those who feel they have too much responsibility.
Aragonite provides strength and support, helping to combat anger and emotional stress.
It connects to the Crown and Third-Eye Chakras, enhancing psychic abilities. Because of its gentle energy it works well for those suffering from high anxiety and tension.
Kept close while sleeping its low-frequency vibrations aid sleep, facilitate astral dream travel, and lucid dreaming. Used as a meditation tool it promotes calmness of being and guides you in the direction of your higher self.
Origin Pakistan (the only place on this earth)
How to care for Caribbean Blue Calcite
Blue Calcite has a hardness of 3 on the mohs scale and Aragonite measures 3.5-4. We would say overall each peace would carry a different hardness of a 3-4 measurement on the Mohs scale.
Being on the softer side this combined precious stone is soft and shouldn’t be wet or left in moist damp areas.
Chemical composition Both Calcite and Aragonite are calcium carbonates with the chemical formula CaCO3