Lapis lazuli is one of the most unique crystals available today. Its beautiful indigo blue with gold flecks reminds you of a late summer starry nights sky, so it’s no wonder its the birthstone of September. Technically it is not a crystal at all, but in fact a rock composed of lazurite, calcite, pyrite and sodalite, as well as various other minerals. Learn how and where Lapis lazuli is formed, Lapis lazuli uses and meanings on our blog post.
Welcome to the Luna Tide journal - a space for learning about crystals; their healing properties and powerful meanings. If you're interested in discovering more about gemstones, check out the posts below and remember to keep popping back, as we'll be updating the journal regularly with interesting articles on crystal healing, properties and energies.
Aquarians are born between 20th January to 18th February. They are generous, beautiful souls who are kind and friendly to all they meet. Meet the two crystals best matched to the traits of aquarius in our Aquarius zodiac stones blog post.
Have you ever wanted to take advantage of the energy of the New Year by doing a little more than setting resolutions that never seem to stick? We’ve shared our favourite way to use crystals to enhance your New Year manifestation energy and to help you set some resolutions which you’ll definitely want to stick to!
Meditation has a great many benefits for your wellbeing and there are many meditation ‘aids’ out there to help enhance your practice and further improve your wellbeing. Crystals have been long used in meditation to deepen the practice and we’ve shared a few of our favourite crystals to meditate with…