This stone is an excellent stone for meditation. It can be used to clear clouded areas of all the Chakra and especially to assist in opening the Heart Chakra. It is also believed to help activate the kundalini, or ‘serpent fire’ energies. By placing this stone on the Crown Chakra, it initiates the movement of kundilini energy up the spine. Relaxes one’s overall nature. Serpentine helps us with better control in our lives. It is believed to assist in balancing the mental and emotional hurdles we encounter. A lighter color of this stone is considered Infinite Stone. It’s actions are just as powerful but more subtle

Folk Remedies: Serpentine emits a profound healing vibration and facilitates the energetic activation of cellular regeneration. Renders assistance to disorders in all areas of the body, the emotional system, and mental structure. Works on the heart and lungs by helping to withdraw toxins and activates the absorption of nutrients and oxygen. It is used in the treatment of diabetes and hypoglycemia, eliminates parasites and used to increase the absorption of magnesium and calcium.

Feng Shui: Used in the North area for personal journeys and in the Center area to increase spirituality and find balance.

Crystal Cleansing: method 1 – 3 and method 5 – 8. Serpentine can be placed in the sun for recharging of its energy for a few hours. (Be careful that this stone does not get too hot!)

History: The serpentine group describes a group of common rock-forming hydrous magnesium iron phyllosilicate ((Mg, Fe)3Si2O5(OH)4) minerals; they may contain minor amounts of other elements including chromium, manganese, cobalt or nickel. In mineralogy and gemology, serpentine may refer to any of 20 varieties belonging to the serpentine group.

Their olive green color and smooth or scaly appearance is the basis of the name from the Latin serpentinus, meaning “serpent rock” . They have their origins in metamorphic alterations of peridotite and pyroxene. This stone is light to dark green to whitish green in color and displays what appears to look of skin from a snake, due to its inclusions and variations in color. Worn as an amulet to protect those from snakebite during ancient times, this stone is especially used as a decorative object and is used a sculptor stone in Zimbabwe.

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