All About Moonstone

All About Moonstone

Today we are covering White, Rainbow, Peach and Grey Moonstone!

It is not hard to understand why Moonstone has been so popular. This pearly, luminescent stone glows and glimmers. Ancient Hindu lore says that Moonstone held trapped moonbeams, in ancient Rome it was thought that Moonstone received its pearly luster from the stored light of the Moon.

Moonstone has been referred to as 'The Travelers Stone' as it was believed to protect travelers and light their path. As you can guess, the Moonstone crystal meaning has strong ties to the energy of the moon. Moonstones are also connected to the divine feminine energy and the female reproductive system.

So let's dive in to the types of moonstone.

First up, White Moonstone

White Moonstone carries the energy of the full moon at it's height. It is said to stimulate psychic perception, vision and dream work. This stone is said to magnify one’s emotions, activating the kundalini energy in women and emotional balance in men, and is supportive in children to drive away nightmares or insomnia.

Grey Moonstone

Grey or Black Moonstone carries the mysteries and powers of the new moon, where all things exist as potential. 

Peach Moonstone

Peach Moonstone supports the heart and stimulates the mind. It is said to soothe worry and anxiety while bringing out the best in people. It carries a loving energy promoting the Divine in all situations, and is an emotional support for intuitive or sensitive children.

Rainbow Moonstone

Although this stone is technically white labradorite if we look at the structural make up of the stone, it's trade name is Moonstone, which is why I will always refer to it as Rainbow Moonstone and keep it in the Moonstone group. 

Rainbow Moonstone acts as a prism, diffusing energy throughout the aura. It provides psychic protection, clearing the mind and senses, and aids in lucid dreaming and calm sleep. It deflects negativity and eases emotional trauma.

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This is an awesome write up! Thank you

Joanne Rever-Kummer

Love your blogs!
Now I need to go through my moonstone pieces. Definitely 1 or 2 I need to have.

Wendy Fersch

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