Septarian in The Morning Light

Septarian is a really interesting and gorgeous mineral. It is a type of geode called a concretion. Concretions are generally, but not always, round-ish.These formations are made from sea life that dies and settles on the bottom. Over time mud and minerals like calcite, aragonite, limestone and barite fill in the empty spaces and the mass hardens. Septarian can be found in Utah and the Gulf of Mexico as well as Madagascar. Because it has been used for so long it is difficult to say when it was first discovered.  

The energy is very earth based and works well with the lower chakras. It has a calming, protective vibe that is both grounding and shielding at the physical, mental and emotional levels. If you want to connect with Mother Earth this mineral is one that will help you do that and it will give you a feeling of well-being that is amazing.  

Some of the other qualities of Septarian are: 

  • Relief from muscle pain 
  • Clears toxins from the blood 
  • Helps Kidneys 
  • Helps Anemia 
  • Helps heal bruising 
  • Helps joint and skeletal issues 
  • Opens psychic ability 
  • Helps you focus your attention on one thing at a time 
  • Helps you move forward on your path 
  • Helps you speak in public with confidence 

This is a wonderful mineral to work with because Septarian loves to be held. If this sounds interesting I invite you to find a piece and see how this beauty can assist you on your path. Of course, that statement brings me to my obligatory disclaimer that I am not a doctor nor am I suggesting in any way that you give up the wonders of industrialized allopathic medicine. I am only offering alternatives to assist you on your journey. 

Blessed Be ❤ Sharon  

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