Labradorite rough is your new best friend if you work with moon cycles.
If you’re not sure where to begin, the new moon is a great place to start! It’s a strong time of the month to create goals and open up new possibilities in your life.
Here’s where you can discover more about moon magic.
Labradorite rough, with its magnificent blazing flashes of color that glitter from its blackness, brings optimism, possibility, and awakens your inner fire.
It’s a terrific item to use when making new moon intentions because it’s associated with new moon magic and epitomizes possibility.
To connect into its cheerful, possibility-filled energy, work with it at any time!
Labradorite rough is a popular stone for every occasion or season, but it shines brightest when it comes to new beginnings, awareness, visioning, and pursuing your dreams.
Labradorite rough activates the Third Eye Chakra, which opens your senses, improves your vision, and allows you to view the world fully, as it is.
Labradorite rough sharpens your focus and, like The Hermit in the Tarot, helps you see your way through problems by illuminating your path.
Under the next new moon, work with these Labradorite rough stones. Allow them to open your heart and mind to possibility and fill you with optimism as you meditate on it.
May yours serve you well in whatever way you choose to use it. Grab your Labradorite rough now!
Approximate weight oz:
Medium 1.1 to 2.9
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