CELESTITE CRYSTALS

Celestite, also referred to as Celestine, is a dreamy blue... Read More

Celestite FAQ

What is Celestite?

Celestite, also known as Celestine is a mineral known for its beautiful blue colouration. The blue shade can vary from pale blue to deeper shades. Its crystals are often translucent or transparent quality. Celestite is mainly comprised of strontium sulphate, often found in sedimentary rocks.

Where is Celestite found?

Celestite crystals can be found in a number of locations around the world. Some notable sources where Celestite is mined are parts of the United States, Mexico, Madagascar and China.

What are the metaphysical properties of Celestite?

Celestite crystals are believed to hold several metaphysical properties, making them popular amongst spiritual and holistic healing.

Here are some of the prominent healing properties of Celestite crystals -

  • Calming And Soothing: Celestite emanates a gentle and serene energy that is said to promote a sense of calmness and tranquillity. It is thought Celestite is effective in alleviating symptoms of stress, anxiety and tension, bringing a feeling of relaxation and peace. 
  • Restful Sleep: Placing a piece of Celestite in your bedroom is believed to alleviate insomnia and promote a peaceful nights sleep and sweet dreams.
  • Enhances Communication: It is thought Celestite enhances communication within the angelic realm, spirit guides and higher beings. It is also said to enhance connection to ones intuition and inner wisdom.
  • Promotes Inner Strength: Celestite is said to be effective as a healing stone, helping to dissolve pain and bring love to you. It is thought to instil a sense of hope and optimism, strengthening ones inner resolve and fostering a positive outlook on life.
  • Supports Spiritual Growth: Celestite is considered to be a stone of  spiritual awakening. It is a useful tool to support meditation practice, promote dream recall and elevate one's spiritual consciousness, making it easier to access higher states of awareness.