This stone received its name from the Greek goddess of the moon, Selene. Selenite is one of my favorite tool in metaphysical wellness. It is believed to be an abundant stone known as Satin Spar. It has a beautiful milky sheen that illuminates from the surface.This crystal itself is often referred to as “liquid light” and can be used as a communication device between physical and Angelic world. This crystal provides a calming effect that naturally puts mind at ease and provides its carrier with mental and emotional clarity.
A protective stone, Selenite always shields a person or space from outside influences. It can evoke protection from the angelic realm and also dispels negative energy. Selenite helps one connect with one's guides, guardians and Higher Self.
Very calming and soothing stone to bring in deep peace and sense of tranquility. You can use Selenite in a grid around your home or in the corners of a room to create a safe and peaceful space. Meditating with Selenite provides in access to past and future lives. This beauty brings in mental clarity & clearing confusion.
Commonly formed from hydrous calcium sulfate, this mineral belongs to the family of gypsum crystals. Can be found in countries like Australia, Greece, Mexico and the USA.
One of the things that makes selenite a unique crystal is its ability to constantly self-cleanse and recharge itself. In fact, it's only one of two crystals that can do this, with apophyllite being the other. Other crystals need to be periodically cleansed of negative or residual energies through methods such as a salt water bath. But because selenite self-cleanses and recharges there is never a need for you to cleanse or charge this crystal.
Due to its powerful metaphysical properties and ability to charge itself, selenite is one of the most popular crystals used to cleanse or recharge other crystals. Recharging and cleansing rid your crystals of any negative or unwanted energies that can build up over time.
To charge your crystal, place it on top of your selenite and allow it to charge for several hours. Quartz and amethyst are other options for recharging crystals. Crystals can also be recharged through solar or lunar power, or with water, air, or fire.