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Sodalite - Meaning and Effect

Sodalite supports to stay true to yourself and your guidelinesn. The pursuit and search for truth is the central theme of the blue stone. Awareness is strengthened so that things can be seen more clearly. Sodalite thus conveys idealism and facilitates standing up for one's own deep convictions, so that plans receive the still necessary kick, perhaps also a small but necessary correction.

Origin of the name Sodalite and synonyms

The Sodalite received its name in 1811 by the English mineralogist and chemist Professor Thomas Thomson (1773 - 1852). This named the mineral because of its high sodium content "Sodalite", based on the English word "sodium" for sodium. Wholesale sodalite is also occasionally referred to as alomite, bluestone, glaucolite, Canadian bluestone, odalite or soda stone.

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Historical aspects of Sodalite

Sodalite has a controversial political history: The explorer Karl Ludwig Giesecke traveled to Greenland in 1806 on behalf of the Danish king to search for new, previously unknown minerals. Due to the Napoleonic War, Giesecke could not return home immediately after his research trip and therefore had to stay in Greenland until 1813. So he had a lot of time to explore the country - during this time the number of minerals known from Greenland doubled! Giesecke's first shipment of minerals to the Danish king was on a ship captured by the British; the minerals were subsequently auctioned off in Scotland! The Sodalite from Greenland is not particularly attractive - it is mostly gray or greenish-blue. The beautiful blue material found in retail and wholesale today comes from Brazil and Namibia.
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Mineralogical profile of Sodalite

Chemical formula: Na8[Cl2/(AlSiO4)6]

Mineral class: Framework silicate

Formation: Magmatic, rock-forming gem in rocks poor in silica, large masses are found in pegmatites

Color: colorless, dark blue

Gloss: fat to glassy luster

Crystal system: cubic

Mohs hardness: 5.5 to 6

Cleavability, fracture
: good (imperfect), uneven fracture

Localities, main supplying countries: Namibia, Brazil, Canada, Norway, Russia, Afghanistan.

Appearance: mostly coarse masses, often streaked with white veins, granular, crystals very rare.

Usage: Sodalite is a well-known jewelry stone available in many forms. It is used in stone healing to promote awareness, truthfulness and idealism. Astrology uses it especially for Sagittarius-born people. In industry, Sodalite finds no

use. Gladly, however, the mineral is used for tiles or flooring. Due to the intense blue color Sodalite is processed with pleasure also to bracelets, necklaces, donuts and other pieces of jewelry.


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Usage of Sodalite in gemstone healing

Sodalite supports the search for truth and strengthens loyalty to oneself - so strengthened, can be consciously perceived, which entrenched behaviors must be overcome and how won convictions can also be represented to the outside. Therefore, Sodalite is also very popular in gemstone wellness and massages to dissolve blockages and bring energies to flow again. In the internationally known wellness concept of Gemstone Balance, Sodalite is one of the seven most important stones and is used there for the topic "Getting into flow" e.g. as a gemstone oil, massage stone or eye stone applied.