Healing Properties of Black Sunstone: The Self Healing Stone

Black Sunstone Is The Self Healing Stone

What are the emotional benefits of Black Sunstone?

Black Sunstone creates a protective space that allows you to release whatever isn’t serving you and then fills that space with a nurturing energy that facilitates self healing.

What are the spiritual benefits of Black Sunstone?

Black Sunstone opens the lines for intuition and spiritual guidance.

What Is the Chakra for Black Sunstone?

When you place a gemstone directly on a chakra it will amplify its healing results.

Black Sunstone works best with the Solar Plexus chakra helping your body to tune into the vibration of whole body alignment and health.

What Zodiac sign goes with Black Sunstone?

Sunstone + Scorpio = Match

Black Sunstone amplifies the clairvoyance in Scorpios and helps them to act in a rational, intuitive fashion.

Black Sunstone + Aries = Healing

Black Sunstone helps to counteract any negative feelings an Aries may have about themselves allowing space for light and healing.

Where is Black Sunstone mined?

Oregon, Australia, Canada, China, Congo, India, and Mexico.

How can Black Sunstone be used in my home or office?

Black Sunstone can be placed in any room where healing needs to take place–especially a bedroom or a place where there is negativity and conflict.

What situations can benefit from Black Sunstone?

Black Sunstone will help to clear negativity in an individual AND create energy that can be used in a more positive fashion. Can be used during a period of mourning the loss of something–a person, relationship, the end of a job, or the sale of a home.

What is a good mantra to use with Black Sunstone?

“I am whole. I am healed.”

Black Sunstone FUN FACT

Give a Black Sunstone to a child who has a fear of the dark and see the fear dissipate.

Black Sunstone FAQs

Is Black Sunstone natural or man made?

Black Sunstone is 100% natural and only comes from Southern India. It's a new discovery and not readily available world wide. Further research is being done because the mineral components of this Southern Indian deposit is complicated. Currently it is still being labeled Black Sunstone. A similar stone that may be confused with Black Sunstone is a dark Goldstone, which is manmade with glass and copper. Black Sunstone comes in many colors from a deep red-brown to an almost opaque black. It is distinguished by a sparkly appearance due to hematite inclusions.

How can you tell if Black Sunstone is real?

Any natural stone, like Black Sunstone, will have both surface and color differences, so if the stone you are looking at has no inclusions (small cuts in the surface) and 100% consistency in color, it's most likely man made. A man made stone often confused with Black Sunstone is Goldstone, which is made of glass with copper inclusions.

Can Black Sunstone be in the sun?

Yes! A Black Sunstone can be in the sun. In fact, it's GREAT to use the sun as a cleanser and recharger for Black Sunstone. However, as with most gemstones, you don't want to store them in direct sunlight. Give it a nice sun bath every once in a while but store it in a cool, dry place.

How to cleanse Black Sunstone

Black Sunstone can be cleansed by burning a bit of sage, sweet grass, or another healing herb underneath it while you hold the crystal in your hand—allowing the smoke to wash over the crystal. It can also be gently washed in mild soapy water. You can also use a Selenite cleansing plate. Place the stone on the plate for 24 hours and it will clear random energies from the stone. Do not clean it in an ultrasonic or steam cleaner, as Black Sunstone is a fairly soft stone and can be damaged by high powered cleaners.

How to charge Black Sunstone

Black Sunstone loves to be charged in the sunshine. Place it in a window that gets direct sunlight and leave it there for no more than three hours. It will absorb the frequency of the sun and then be ready to go back to work!




**Gemstone descriptions are provided for information only. These descriptions are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.

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