Preseli Bluestone is a wonderful Moss like stone that comes from Wales. Many pieces are often filled with little dots of White Feldspar. The stone itself is comprised of Dolerite, with inclusions of Feldspar, Illmenite and Hematite. Titanium Oxides is often found within pieces but this isn’t ‘part’ of the Preseli Bluestone. Preseli Bluestone has a bit of a misleading name as it is rarely seen in blue, when a piece has been given an exceptionally high quality polish this beautiful Blue colour will shine through but the majority of the time it is a moss green colour.
The world famous Stonehenge Stone Circle has nineteen large pillars which were created using the Presli Bluestone from the Presli Mountains in Southern Wales. Somehow, Ancient Humans managed to move hundreds of tonnes of solid rock over 150 miles to get them to their final resting place in Wiltshire. When you start to work with this stone you can feel the reason they decided to use this stone for Stonehenge, the energy it holds is filled with a stone Shamanic Energy which is accompanied with the energy of Ancient times.
Presli Bluestone resonates powerfully with the Solar Plexus Chakra, it will help to activate your willpower and inspire courage and your creative mind. It will help you to pick yourself up again when feeling low and help you to see the good in the bad. It’s a marvellous stone when looking to boost your mind and body, giving you that extra kick of courage to go do that thing you had been scared of for so long; whether that is making new friends or finding the courage to go to a job interview, this stone will help you.
This stone is a very ancient stone and when used in meditation it will help you to travel back in time and gain knowledge from lost Ancient Britain. It will help you to see and hear the Celts and learn their methods of healing and self empowerment. Many people when working with this stone find themselves travelling across the globe to Africa, seeing the rich Pharohs of Egypt and see their ancient technologies which still baffle scientists to this day.
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