Sunstone / Heliolite
Sunstone in Lithotherapy
Sunstone owes its name to its sparkling reflections and warm color that remind us of the Sun. It is also called heliotitis in reference to the Greek god Helios, deity of the sun.
Throughout the ages, it has been recognized for many properties related to its orange color. Symbol of power and harmony, it delivers joy and well-being to the one who holds it.
At the time, the Greeks said that heliolite conferred prosperity, fortune and longevity on its possessor. This stone was and still is used in the form of jewelry such as bracelets, necklaces, pendants or rings. It can also be found in the form of key rings.
Virtues and benefits of heliolite
Like all stones, heliolite diffuses many benefits and virtues. On an emotional level, it is said that it would promote optimism by bringing joy and good humor. Booster of self-confidence, sunstone gives great strength to its holder and helps him to overcome his fears and free himself from his complexes.
From a physical point of view, sunstone would have a positive impact on everyone's bodily abilities. It would stimulate the immune system by strengthening the heart and brain. In addition, it would encourage fertility and fertility. It would also help improve digestive comfort.
How to purify and recharge sunstone?
The purification of this mineral can be done by leaving the stone in pure water for 2 to 3 hours. This process can also be done by fumigation with white sage for example.
To recharge it, it's very simple. Simply leave the stone in the sun for 2 to 3 hours in a bright room.
Heliolite and astrology
Leo and Libra will be particularly receptive to heliolite, but natives of other signs generally perceive the energy of this very radiant stone well.
Sunstone and chakras
Sunstone is connected to the solar plexus and sacral chakra.
Disclaimer: The indications and properties indicated here are taken from user feedback and reference books in the field. Stones and lithotherapy in general are alternative energy therapies that can help you on a daily basis, but their use should in no way replace medical advice or modern medicine.