Lapis Worry Stone
Lapis Worry Stone
40 x 30 x 9mm
Among the many properties ascribed to lapis lazuli are the energy of deep calm and a strong connection to cosmic wisdom. A connection that helps one align with a universal quality of truth and integrity. The deep cobalt blue of lapis lazuli has a royal presence, powerful and mysterious.
What Are Worry Stones
Worry stone has long been used by ancient Greeks for meditation. The ancient people liked to rub the stone when they need to relax and sooth their worries. Hence the crystal is called “worry stone”.
This polished crystal has a dent on one side for placing the thumb on the stone. And you can rub your thumb on the stone to tap into the crystal’s energy throughout the day.
Worry stones are cut and polished into pocket size stones for ease of use. You can carry it in your pocket and use the stone anytime and anywhere. So, you can carry one with you to work or when you go out for a gathering.
Some popular worry stones are made from rainbow fluorite, lapis lazuli, green aventurine, and amethyst. Each crystal has its own uses and benefits. You can choose the stone that suits you or use multiple stones for combination effects.
Many crystal practitioners also like to use worry stones when they are making decisions. Some worry stones such as fluorite and lapis lazuli are especially good for discernment and wisdom.
What Are Worry Stones Used For?
In addition to relaxing your mind, worry stones are also good for helping you see the truth as you are making important decisions. Moreover, the soothing power of worry stones are great for communication and public speaking.
Simply rub your thumb on the dent of the thumb stone when you need a boost of confidence or strength during communication and speech.
If you are making difficult decisions, these thumb stones can be excellent to keep around. Oftentimes we are confused by the different opinions and incomplete facts around a problem. This is a good time to use your worry stone as you contemplate on the issue at hand from all angles.
Price is for 1 (one) stone.