- Apatite Bracelet – Round 8mm Beads
Fits Approx 7″ wrist
- Portal to communicate with spirit guides
- Assists in clearing thoughts
- Assists in being conscious of emotional eating
Affirmation: I am healthy, whole, and complete. My body is perfect. I am the perfect weight for my height, build, and genetics. I exercise regularly, drink plenty of water, sleep well, and eat healthy nutritious foods. My digestive processes are healthy. I easily absorb and process all that goes on around me.
Color: deep teal, blue, green, or yellow
Chakra(s): throat and solar plexus
About the stone: Apatite is a calcium phosphate that crystallizes in the hexagonal system with stocky prismatic to tabular crystals. The mineral can be transparent to opaque.
Astrological sign(s): Virgo
Mohs scale: 5
Spiritual uses: Neon blue apatite is a portal through which you can communicate with spirit guides. Communication with Ascended Masters as well as other inter- and intra-dimensional beings requires a good connection, both above and below. This stone aids the assimilation process of the information in a grounded way so that it can be used and integrated into daily life.
Mental uses: Employ this stone to help you understand thoughts and concepts, especially when you are feeling overwhelmed.
Emotional uses: Apatite is a good tool for becoming conscious of emotional eating. As you pinpoint the emotions that trigger the eating, you have a better chance of dealing with those emotions so you can break the cycle.
Physical uses: This is a good stone for dieticians, nutritionists, gastroenterologists, and any type of weight-loss or weight-gain counselor.
Divine guidance: Are you feeling agitated? Is there something you find hard to swallow? Perhaps you are having digestive difficulties. Pay attention to the food you are putting into your body as well as to what you are thinking or talking about while you eat. Wholesome food, thoughts, and conversation can make things easier to process and accept.
Excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones. (Llewellyn. 2013)