Dainty Baby Soul Chain Necklace with Labradorite Crystal
Dainty Baby Soul Chain Necklace with Labradorite Crystal
Dainty Baby Soul Chain Necklace with Labradorite Crystal

Dainty Baby Soul Chain Necklace with Labradorite Crystal

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DAINTY BABY SOUL CHAIN 

 

  • CHARGE UP WITH THE FULL MOON EVERY MONTH
  • ADORN YOUR SACRED HOME ALTAR WITH THESE TALISMAN TOOLS
  • WEAR FOR PROTECTION AND ABUNDANCE

The VINTAGE chains are sourced from private collections around the Wold. The crystals are sourced with healing intentions from around the planet. One of a kind goodness, created with love and positivity! Rainbow creates small and meaningful curations driven by the planets and Moon cycle. Collect them and cherish them!

 

  • CHARGE UP WITH THE FULL MOON EVERY MONTH
  • ADORN YOUR SACRED HOME ALTAR WITH THESE TALISMAN TOOLS
  • WEAR FOR PROTECTION AND ABUNDANCE

CHAIN DETAILS

18”L Labradorite  Crystal- .5-.75”

Crystal

Labradorite

Chakras

Heart and Throat

Healing Properties

The protective powers of labradorite stone protect the aura by creating an energy barrier. This barrier holds personal energy in and provides protection from people who would drain or tap into that personal energy. Because of this protective barrier, elemental forces are enhanced but kept in balance.

 

Labradorite stone benefits extend to emotional healing by calming an overactive mind and energizing the imagination. New, exciting ideas can be brought to mind along with a sense of change and adventure. Feelings of being emotionally drained from daunting daily repetition and responsibility fall away.

Astrological Sign

Labradorite gemstones are the modern birthstones of people born under the zodiac sign Leo

History

There are centuries-old Inuit tribe legends that reference labradorite rock and are at the heart of labradorite meaning. According to legend, the "Mighty Being" hit the iridescent mineral rock with his fist to initiate travel into the sky. Labradorite was called "firestone" and "fire rock" by the native people. It was also used by Boethuk people in Labrador and Newfoundland prior to 1770. Labradorite stones were believed to contain elements of the Northern Lights which were the source of the iridescent labradorite color. This belief is at the core of labradorite meaning.