About Lava Stone
Basalt, which is also known as Lava Stone or Lava Rock is an igneous volcanic rock, created with intense heat, and solidified from molten lava. Once it has cooled, it becomes porous and its colour ranges from grey to black. It is reputed as being one of the oldest and most frequently found stones in the world, and as such has been used by countless cultures throughout the ages for its healing properties.
Lava Stone derives from the core of the earth, and as such is a grounding stone that strengthens one’s connection to Mother Earth. It is known as a stone of strength and courage as it is created from molten lava, which was once rock that was so hot it became liquid, and as such contains the powerful energy of the volcano that created them. It has also been associated with the Phoenix, rebirth, and shedding unwanted layers of emotional attachment.
Lava Stone Healing Properties
Lava stone has grounding qualities. Wearing a lava stone necklace is ideal for calming emotions and dissipating anger and negativity from your life while at the same time increasing your energy, assertiveness, and protection. It also promotes positive changes where needed with behavioural issues. This can be of great spiritual benefit for those suffering from depression or other mental health illnesses.
Lava Stone meaning is beautiful and strong, and its porous nature makes it perfect for aromatherapy diffusing. The essential oils are absorbed into the porous rock, and the scent then diffuses using the warmth of your skin. This, therefore, makes them the perfect jewellery accessory as they can be worn for its appearance as well as the healing properties contained in both the stone and essential oils.
The TL Collection has created a range of empowering and authentic uniquely designed and hand-crafted therapeutic jewellery, combining the healing properties of lava stone and essential oils. Please check out our range of Lava Stone Aromatherapy jewellery from our ETSY store and purchase your own piece of magickal and symbolic jewellery © Linda Philip.