Geological Information

Diopside is a mineral that belongs to the pyroxene group.

It is typically green in colour, but can also range from brown to white.

Diopside crystals have a prismatic shape and can be found in a variety of environments, including igneous and metamorphic rocks.

They have a hardness of 5-6 on the Mohs scale and a specific gravity of 3.3-3.5.

Diopside is a common mineral found in some meteorites.

Historical Information

It was first discovered in the early 1800s and was named after its two main components: "di" meaning two and "opside" meaning faces.

Metaphysical Information

Diopside crystals enhance intuition, promote emotional healing, and increase creativity.

Diopside crystals also help balance and stabilize emotions, as well as promote mental clarity and focus.

Some people use diopside crystals during meditation to facilitate spiritual growth and connection with higher realms of consciousness.

Additionally, diopside crystals have a grounding effect, helping to bring a sense of stability and balance to one's life.