Moonstone Heart

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Moonstone Heart

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Empowered Femininity

Embrace the Goddess & find Her within. Increase emotional intelligence & patience. Be creative, fertile and open to goodness. Explore the world & all its mysteries. Let Moonstone inspire a great journey!

Moonstone Healing Properties

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I’ve been working with my crystals for a few days, and I want to thank you for choosing and sending them off with so much love and care. They’ve already offered so much healing and comfort to my spirit. All the crystals I have are so precious. What a gift from Mother Earth to have them alongside us for this journey.

Joanna G. (Oregon)

OriginIndia
PolishShiny & Smooth
QualityA (quality chart)
ShapePuffy Heart
ColorWhite
TransparencyOpaque
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Average WeightVaries

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Energy Vibrations

Moonstone evokes the Goddess and the energy of the crescent and full moon. It invites us to dance in sensual celebration and to be comfortable exploring the many mysteries of the world.

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Moonstone from India

This Moonstone comes from artisanal miners in Odisha, India. “Moonstone” is a name given to a variety of iridescent feldspar minerals. This Moonstone is likely Adularia. Artisanal mining for Adularia is done in vertical shafts with a low environmental impact.

This lapidary hand-polishes stones in Mumbai, India. It is a woman-owned and family-run business. Factory workers are paid fairly. The Lapidary is also an exporter that sells at gem shows in the United States and Japan.

I first met this source at the 2014 Tucson Gem Show. It was my first buying trip for my own store and I was nervous. Most lapidary owners were brisk and impatient with my questions, especially when I asked about the mines and the supply chains. But one man stood out to me as particularly patient and kind. He had been a wholeseller for over twenty years, yet he was happy to meet someone brand-new to the industry.

He took time to talk to me about the stones. They came from his home country of India and he was able to tell me exactly which state or territory each one came from and some of the conditions at the individual mines. When I told him that I wanted to source ethically, he said that it would be difficult, but that it was a worthwhile challenge. He made me feel like I could succeed, both at ethical sourcing and at being a business owner. I looked forward to a long business relationship with him. Sadly, he died suddenly in 2016.

I stayed in touch with his family and in 2017 met his wife, teenage daughter, and his father. This three-generation family has picked up the pieces and learned how to run the business. His wife had never worked before, but she gracefully stepped into her new role as a business owner. Her father-in-law offers practical and moral support, but makes sure that everyone knows that SHE is the boss and that checks should be written directly to her. The family continues to be supportive of my efforts to ethically source. More than any other lapidary, they are willing to speak openly with me about the difficult parts of the industry. They have invited me to visit them in India, to visit the mines and their lapidary. The daughter is now a GIA (Gemological Institute of America) Graduate and is interested in reiki and other healing modalities. As she has grown up, she has become increasingly concerned about ethical issues.

Moonstone Healing, Mineralogy, and History

Published May 2014  •  Updated February 2024  •  Read Time: 7 minutes
Moonstone is an ancient name for a variety of iridescent Feldspar minerals.  They are typically white stones with a silvery-white, blue or full prismatic rainbow that shines on the surface.  They can also be black or orange, with a silvery-white shimmer.  Sunstones are the same minerals, the difference is that they are reliably orange stones with a golden or orange iridescence.  Moonstones have been linked to the moon and to goddess energy for centuries, making it a particularly popular stone for exploring feminine energies.  It is one of the most powerful stones for female fertility and is recommended during pregnancy as well as labor & delivery. […]

Tumbled Moonstone

What You’ll Receive: 1 Stone - 100% natural Moonstone

Selection Process: The stone I select for you will be carefully chosen for its beauty and appeal. If combined with other stones, I always take time to choose stones that look and feel good together.

Polishing Method: Polished by hand, one stone at a time. Each stone is unique and minor variations are what makes them beautiful.

Taking Care of Your Healing Crystals

  • Crystal Hearts

    Be gentle with your heart.

  • Crystals Keep In Shade

    Keep it in the shade to protect its colour.

  • Crystals Safe In Elixir

    This stone is safe to use in direct-infusion elixirs.

1 review for Moonstone Heart

  1. Joanna G. (Oregon)

    I’ve been working with my crystals for a few days, and I want to thank you for choosing and sending them off with so much love and care. They’ve already offered so much healing and comfort to my spirit. All the crystals I have are so precious. What a gift from Mother Earth to have them alongside us for this journey.

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