CHAKRA(S): Third Eye, Heart, and Throat
CHARACTERISTICS: Change supported with forgiveness
SCIENTIFIC: Cornetite crystals form as crusts and as prismatic crystals. Cornetite hardness is rated at a 4.5 on the Moh’s scale of mineral hardness. Cornetite color ranges from blue to green. Cornetite is found in the Republic of the Congo. Cornetite is named for the Belgian Geologist, Jules Cornet.
ATTRIBUTES: Cornetite has been called “a stone of progress,” as it stimulates dynamic change and action furthering one’s life pursuits. Cornetite supports and helps one to get through challenging situations with patience and persistence. Cornetite helps one acknowledge potential problems and generates solutions with forgiveness and in love. Cornetite enables one to see and understand the nature of personal duality. Cornetite is a crystal for exploration into the “unknown” as it provides support with motivation and fortitude. Cornetite helps one in the decision making process.
HEALING: Cornetite may be used to support treatment of feet and leg disorders, the nervous system, the eyes, and the blood vessels.
SUGGESTIONS FOR USE:
Cornetite is an excellent crystal tool for increasing awareness, the lessening of headaches, and stimulating mental clarity.
In crystal body layouts or healing grids, when placed on the third eye chakra, Cornetite may assist with the activation of the chakra and brings an increased awareness during meditation. Cornetite opens and activates the heart and throat chakras allowing for clarity and speaking heart truth in communications.