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Meaning of Smithsonite

Smithsonite Crystal Meaning
Calming, filling with feelings of pleasantness and opening of the heart and self to new beginnings. Provides a firm and comfortable removable from unpleasant situations. Aids in recovery of trauma and allows one to move on from the past with optimism and enthusiasm. When placed at the crown chakra it aligns all of the chakras and changes the persons vibration to a suitable frequency to reach the height levels within and beyond the crown, therefore it stimulates the path towards enlightenment, and the lightening of the load we carry. In addition, as it resonates in these areas whilst removing one from the negative it also opens the etheric body and clears the astral body allowing the psychic connection to be come clearer and lighter. A very usable crystal for both healing practice, psychic and spiritual development.
Smithsonite Healing Use
Immune System, Skin Eruptions, alcoholism, osteoporosis, sinus disorders.

Smithsonite Crystal Properties 

Formula: ZnCO3. System: Trigonal. Colour: White, Grey, Yellow, Pink, Purple,...
Lustre: Vitreous, Pearly Hardness: 4 - 4½. Name: Named after James Smithson (1754-1829), British chemist and mineralogist, founder of the Smithsonian Institution Washington.