Geological Information

Labradorite is a mineral that belongs to the feldspar group.

It is typically found in igneous rocks such as basalt, gabbro, and anorthosite.

Labradorite crystals have a unique optical quality called labradorescence, which causes them to display a spectrum of colours when viewed from different angles.

This effect is caused by the reflection and refraction of light within the crystal lattice.

Historical Information

Labradorite is a feldspar mineral that was first discovered in Labrador, Canada in the late 1700s.

Metaphysical Information

Labradorite crystals enhance intuition and spiritual awareness, making them popular among those who practice meditation and divination.

Labradorite crystals are also believed to have protective properties, shielding the wearer from negative energies and promoting emotional stability.

Additionally, they are thought to stimulate the imagination and creativity, making them useful for artists and writers.

Some people also use labradorite crystals to aid with communication and public speaking, as they are said to help with self-expression and confidence.