✭ 𝑳𝒂𝒓𝒊𝒎𝒂𝒓 𝑻𝒖𝒎𝒃𝒍𝒆𝒅 𝒔𝒕𝒐𝒏𝒆
Chakras: Third Eye, Heart and Throat
⭐️ Promotes tranquillity and calmness
⭐️ Raises consciousness
⭐️ Radiates love and peace
Larimar embodies the tranquil energy of the sky and the sea restoring our connection with nature. It's lovely Sea Blue colour is very reminiscent of the Caribbean Sea in the Dominican Republic, where it is the only place on Earth this stone is found.
As a soothing water element stone, Larimar is said to cool hot tempers and guide excessive passion into peace. Larimar can help women re-attune to their innate femininity as it emanates vivaciousness, humour and a sense of one's own power and taking control over your life.
This stone represents peace and clarity, radiating healing and love energy. With its fresh, welcome energy, it moves us to serenity as new growth and life emerges. It brings hope, discovery and balance.
Please note; blue is photosensitive and may fade over time if exposed to too much light or heat.
These polished tumble stones will be intuitively hand-picked & sent with love. They are the perfect size to keep in your pocket or hold in your hand.
Each crystal will be cleansed and charged with Reiki energy before being sent out to you. If you would prefer us not to do this, then please drop us an email with your request.
All stones are unique and will differ slightly in size and shape.
Price is per stone.
Small - 2cm
Medium - 2.5cm
All crystals are photographed to the best of our ability to show their true colours, however, due to the nature of the item, colours may differ slightly.
When you receive your stone, close your eyes, take a deep breath and feel the energy radiating into your palm.
Read more on the history of this newly marketed stone.
It was said that many inhabitants of the Dominican Republic were long aware of the stones until it was re-discovered in 1974 for marketing.
As it is only found in the Dominican Republic, this blue gemstone is fairly rare and highly valued. The name Larimar came from the local Dominican who named it after his daughter Larissa, taking the first letters and the Spanish word for the sea, ‘Mar’.
The assumption is that some of the stones from the mountain deposit tumbled into the local river which ran into the Caribbean Sea. It wasn't until they followed the source, to discover that the blue stone actually came from deep inside the mountains.