Chakras: Heart, Crown, Root
Zodiac: Virgo, Libra
The term Serpentine does not refer to one single mineral but to a group of related minerals. Some says that this gemstone earned its name from the word “Serpent”, as its color is similar to the skin of a snake. It also has a slippery feel which adds to the notion of a serpent. During the 19th century people became conscious of the fire defiant nature of Serpentine and as a result it was used in several materials and fabric.
Serpentine is one of the best stones for rousing the kundalini energies—the “serpent power” said to reside at the base of the spine. Serpentine is also a good stone to place on the meridian points for clearing blocked energies and allowing the healthy, natural flow to be reestablished.
Serpentine assists in exploring the deep history of the Earth and Nature and helps one find one’s natural place within the greater web of life. Serpentine enhances communication with Nature and the Earth— including animal, plant and stone communication.
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