VI CHAKRA – Cubic System

Fluorite Ring

Fluorite promotes the freedom of thought of those who want to live their own lives.

It makes you aware of any external interference, which could prevent the achievement of the goal, and helps to neutralize them.

Fluorite makes you aware of your repressed emotions, without reinforcing their expression, but bringing them out gradually.

It helps to overcome addiction, fixed ideas, narrow-mindedness, and limiting thought and behavior patterns.

It helps to restore and maintain a certain mental order, allowing the re-elaboration of past experiences. In general, it stimulates knowledge and allows you to identify mental patterns.

All four main colors of fluorite represent a state of awakening of the mind. Blue is the color of inner peace and serenity, purple is control and upward opening, yellow is the color of wisdom and understanding, white, or colorless, represents unity and purity.

On a physical level, fluorite stimulates the regeneration of the skin and mucous membranes. Strengthens bones and teeth. It makes you agile and flexible, counteracting stiffness and joint problems.

Fluorite teaches three-dimensionality, that is, how to feel an integral part of the universe and at the same time a unique and powerful individual in embodying infinity in every moment, in every breath.

Mounted on earrings, it promotes the resistance and whiteness of the tooth enamel. It is an aid for the flaking of nails and for the decalcification of bones. It is indicated for osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and arthritis.

In feng shui it has the property of promoting creativity, to reactivate stagnant energy, it shields the negative energies of computers and televisions. The best rooms to place them are the children’s room and the study.

The best effects on a spiritual level are obtained by meditating with striped fluorites, for creativity, or with octahedral fluorites for order. To reinforce the sense of order, one must place groups of octahedral fluorites in one’s environment. Alternatively, you can carry it with you or put it in direct contact with the affected region of the body.

Fluorite is known as ‘fluid spar’ because it was not considered a real mineral, due to its ease of flake and its glass-like appearance. The English miners of the Middle Ages, on the other hand, called it flore, a flower among minerals for its beauty.