Labradorite: A Reminder of the Illusion

labradorite shatters the matrix illusion

Want to remind yourself that you’re creating your entire reality? Carry labradorite around with you.

Labradorite is a feldspar with a commonly gray background and silica inclusions that catch the light and display a “flash” or flame” to the viewer.

The stone is a great reminder that in every moment, no matter how gray it may look, there is always a beautiful opportunity waiting for you if you view it from a different perspective.

Labradorite is known for its ability to dispel illusions (like the 3D not-really-solid-at-all physical reality that we are currently placed within) and to ensure that any holes in your aura are filled with truth.  As we all expand on this journey of upliftment, our doubts and insecurities create holes (or susceptibilities) in our electromagnetic field that allow lower thought forms to wreak further havoc.

Labradorite is useful for dredging up and healing old memories, including past life issues, allowing you to rebalance your karmic “past.”

Helpful during times of transformation and change, Labradorite can also help prepare the body and soul for awakening.

Here’s how I use it:  When I’m going out into a crowd of people where there is sure to be some lower thought forms (places with lots of drinking, drugs, or gambling, for example), I slip a Labradorite in my purse.  Being in crowds like this will assist you in such ways as:

  • Curbing your judgment of others’ behavior.
  • Filling up holes in your aura so that lower thought forms go elsewhere.
  • Remind you that you are a player in the game, and those around you are simply acting out parts along with you.
  • Balance you to function in both physical and spiritual realities with ease.

It’s hard not to fall in love with this stone, especially since the “flash” is so prismatically beautiful.  Consider a tower to place on your desk at work to remind you that even your annoying boss is a perfect aspect of Source just playing out a part in your game.

More information on Labradorite can be found here.

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