Honey Calcite assists in coating the aura with a protective layer. This stone is useful for breaking hold habits and bringing abundance back into your life.
The name Calcite is derived from the Latin word calcit, meaning “lime.” It is notably present in marble and limestone formations.
Given that calcite is so often present in marble and limestone, it has been used as a base for architecture and construction throughout history.
Honey Calcite is thought to be able to pull divine energy down through the body.
Calcite is a polymorph of calcium carbonate. It can be found in many different shapes, sizes, and colors. Honey Calcite has been primarily found in Mexico.
This stone is associated with the third eye, solar plexus, and root chakras.
You can place this stone in full moon moonlight to energize. It can also be moved through sage smoke or incense, placed in rice, or buried in the earth overnight.
This stone is associated with Aries, Pisces, Cancer, and Leo.
Honey Calcite is primarily known for aiding the functions of the kidneys and bladder. It is also believed to help support the immune system.
Disclaimer: Crystal meanings and spiritual healing lore are not a prescription, diagnosis or healthcare information. They are presented as spiritual supports to healing and other life issues. See a doctor or licensed medical practitioner for all health issues.
Honey Calcite at Crystal Life
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