Lepidolite Rough


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The “Stone of Transition”, Lepidolite is an incredible for inducing change and transformation.

Lepidolite encourages independence. Enhancing your ability to stand in your own space, it can support you to achieve your goals without the need for assistance from others.

It is a great tool to use during meditation as it has the ability to take you into the future and tune you in to thoughts and feelings from other lives that are creating blockages in your current life path.

Lepidolite's most well known component is Lithium, an alkali metal, most widely used as a medication for treating certain mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder.

An incredibly calming stone and mood stabiliser, Lepidolite is believed to help reduce the severity and frequency of mental illness symptoms, and can help you to release and reorganise psychological and behavioural patterns, therefore, reducing stress and improving mood.

It can put a stop to obsessive thoughts, and aid sleep for those with insomnia, allowing for deep emotional healing.

Lepidolite is also said to have the ability to locate the site of diseases. Placed on the body over an area of disease it can vibrate gently.

It’s a fantastic addition to your work space, placing it near your computer it acts like a “mopping up” tool for computer stress.

It is thought to be able to help relieve allergies, strengthen the immune system, restructure DNA and enhance the generation of negative ions.

In raw form Lepidolite’s properties are greatly amplified.


Approximate measurements:
Length - 8.5cm
Width - 6.5cm 
Height - 2.5cm

Every crystal is shaped uniquely, so please understand these measurements are provided as a guide only. 


Crystal descriptions available on our website are not a prescription or diagnosis and have NOT been evaluated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. 

These descriptions are only supplied with the intention to provide food for thought.

Please consult your health care professional regarding serious health concerns and do not attempt to self-diagnose. 

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