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What is Moonstone Used For?

The shimmering moonstone is the perfect expression of the mysteries of moon, water and connections to inner worlds. Feminine in its energies, the nourishing moonstone is very healing and balancing.

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Question: What is Moonstone Used For?

I love the look of moonstone and am curious to know more about it. What is moonstone used for? What is the meaning of moonstone and how can I benefit from it? Can I use my moonstone as a feng shui cure? Thank you.

Answer: Moonstone has been used for centuries in a variety of cultures. Being a perfect expression of the yin, the soothing and mysterious energy of the moon, moonstone is the bringer of calm, peace and balance.

The peace and calm that moonstone generates has a sensual, other-worldly quality to it; it is infused with an enchanting, soft glow of optimism and creative energy.

Moonstone - with its high energy rays of purple, gold and blue - is enveloped in a shimmering milky white energy. The milky moon, the motherly energy, the peaceful cocooning before another rebirth, the veiling of mysteries until one is ready with a calm and clear mind - these and many more energy properties are attributed to beautiful moonstone.

Moonstone is very popular in jewellery because this is where it can serve the best. As each moonstone is truly unique, allow yourself to experience different moonstones in different jewelry forms. It might be a moonstone pendant that will best soothe your heart emotions, or maybe it is a moonstone ring that will fit just right because it touches the energy meridian connected to your inner balance.

The clearer the moonstone is and the more colourful its glow, the more healing are its energy properties. Moonstone is quite abundant, so it is not expensive.

Sri Lanka and India are the major providers of moonstone of the market, but it can also come from US, Brazil and Australia.

In feng shui, moonstone is used for its calming, yin energy abilities, as well as for the energy of the water feng shui element it recreates. A home or an office with a lot of fiery yang energy can much benefit from the ability of moonstone to bring more balance.

You can find Buddha moonstone pendants in many on-line feng shui shops, moonstone being a perfect expression of the assimilation of a more enlightened state of being. Kuan Yin and White Tara are also sometimes expressed with moonstone.

Moonstone spheres and eggs are also popular with many feng shui enthusiasts, the energy of moonstone being excellent feng shui for the Southwest (Love and Marriage) bagua area.

As moonstone comes in several different shades, the light pink moonstone will be the best choice for your Southwest area.

Be sure to take proper care of your moonstone, be it in jewellery, spheres, eggs or tumbled stones. Cleanse it gently and often, and try to limit its exposure to strong sunlight.

As you can easily guess, unlike other crystals and stones, the best way to recharge your moonstone is by the light of the moon. You can choose either the fresh energy of the new moon, or the potent presence of the full moon energy.

By taking good care of your moonstone you will in return receive the most nourishing abundance of beautifully balanced and healing energy.


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