Since the dawn of time, natural stones have fascinated civilizations. Their appearance, their textures, their colors have always made men want to possess them, to shape them, to display them in the form of jewelry. Their rarity is also a factor that can make them precious. But beyond their physical characteristics, minerals also have a particular resonance in certain sensitive people, like plants or animals. This is notably the case of the celestial eye obsidian, from which many pieces of jewelry are made today.

Lithotherapy, the art of healing oneself thanks to the natural power of stones.

Few people are familiar with the virtues of lithotherapy, which refers to the overall benefits that stones and minerals can have on the human body and its spirit. Many stones, such as apatite, topaz, amethyst, quartz, or celestial eye obsidian, for example, have powers unknown to the general public on bodies and souls. In order to feel them and to be able to benefit from their good vibes, it is essential to be a person gifted with a particular sensitivity. For some people, the effects of lithotherapy will unfortunately never be felt. However, it is important to specify that, even if lithotherapy is considered by some as alternative medicine, it can in no way replace medical treatment. It can simply serve as a support or complement in the case of certain physical or emotional disorders. In general, people who are sensitive to the power of stones and crystals are open-minded, sensitive, and ready to live new experiences. Lithotherapy is an art that requires no prior training or initiation. It would therefore be a pity not to try it yourself.

What is the history of the celestial eye obsidian?

The obsidian celestial eye is a stone of volcanic origin. It can display very variable colors, from dark green to black, through shades of gray and even red. If we believe historians and linguists, the word obsidian would come from the Latin obsidian, which means surrounded. Indeed, when we look at the heart of this stone with attention, we have the impression to see an eye surrounded by rings. It is certainly from this characteristic that comes to the nicknames of celestial eye or rainbow that we often mention when talking about obsidian. Its hardness, between 5 and 5.5 on the Mohs scale, makes it a tool of choice since mankind has acquired the know-how to make it. In fact, points and sharp blades carved from obsidian celestial eye have been found in the remains of prehistoric civilizations, both in America and southern Europe. The main deposits of celestial eye obsidian are located around the Mediterranean (France, Turkey, Italy, Greece, Spain), but also in the volcanic regions of Iceland, Japan, Kenya, the United States, and Mexico. This distribution in the four corners of the globe largely explains the interest that the various ancient civilizations around the world may have had in it.

The protective effects of the obsidian celestial eye

The stone obsidian celestial eye is above all a stone of protection. The fact of wearing it will thus make it possible to push back the negative waves which can be emitted by malevolent people, but also by a particularly trying context (stress, work, anguishes, sentimental problems...). In addition, as a stone linked to introspection, it has a beneficial action on everything concerning the digestive cycles. Close to the radiation of a stone obsidian celestial eye, your intestines will work much better. Some people use it to detoxify themselves after periods of excess or to fluidify the blood circulation inside the vessels. The vibrations of the obsidian celestial eye are particularly strong, which gives them a power capable of highlighting problems related to joints, such as arthritis for example. It is also important to know that crystalline water can be made from the obsidian celestial eye and that it will facilitate the healing of wounds and injuries if it is applied directly to it. Wearing obsidian eye stone jewelry regularly, you will quickly feel better in your body, and this effect is usually long-lasting.