For centuries, Alabaster has been recognized around the world. This gemstone was named after a town named Alabaster, in Egypt, which is also one of the sources of Alabaster. In ancient times, Alabaster carvings were found in the tomb of King Tutankhamen. Drawing stone is one of the popular names of Alabaster, which has the magnetize things towards yourself or draw things to you. It only depends on what you need in your life. This stone also helps its wearer in drawing things towards him, when he or she does not need them.
It is believed that Alabaster is connected with spirituality; hence it works wonderfully in making a person spiritual or draws things of the spirit. It is well known for its soaking quality, as it can absorb the energy of other stone, which one is carrying with Alabaster. Therefore, it becomes one stone which comprises energies of two.
This spectacular jewel is mostly found in all desert regions. Italy, England, Mexico, United States of America are the major localities of Alabaster.
Physical Healing : Alabaster is a well-known crystal which heals its wearer against tension, headache, lack of concentration and problems related to painful joints. It is believed that these crystals can also be used to lighten up the hormonal imbalance in the body. Psychologically, it is considered that alabaster stones can prevent its wearer from an outburst of emotions and anger. This stone is also used for easing anxiety and nervousness.
Alabaster crystals have a strongly purifying effect on the vegetative nervous system. Controlling anger and diminishing temper are some of the beneficial traits of Alabaster crystals.
Emotional Healing : Alabaster is the pure form of transparency, as it symbolizes purity. It is used to encourage feelings of peace and calmness. The powerful energies of these crystals are used to increase flexibility and let the wearer be more adaptable. Alabaster comprises effective energies which let the wearer fight against stress, heal arguments and provides inner harmony.
This stone is used majorly to lessen the fear into the wearer and helps him to resolve disturbance and problems. Alabaster is known as the protective stone that teaches its wearer how to be calm and grow stronger.
Spiritual Healing : While meditating with the Alabaster crystals, a person expands the ability to forgive others and even him. Alabaster inspires positivity when it is used at home. It is believed that if a person wears this crystal, a light of peace starts nurturing into the body of its wearer. Alabaster is considered as a fantastic healing stone for any psychological disorders.
Heals and Balances Chakra : Alabaster stones are believed to stimulate Root Chakra and Sacral Chakra. In the process of stimulating Root Chakra, which is known as the base of the spine, then lie on your stomach and put the alabaster crystal on your lower back.
In order to harmonize or activate Sacral Chakra, relaxed on your back and put the alabaster crystal directly on the skin. Sacral Chakra is all about emotions and sexuality. Alabaster let the feelings of wearer flow liberally and expressed without any hesitation. This stone fight against the issues related to sexuality.
Some facts about Alabaster
Alabaster is the massive variety of Gypsum, which occurs in transparent crystals with swallow-tailed structures. In fact, this stone can actually be used for chalk markings. The absorption quality of Alabaster helps in draw energies, which are negative by their nature.
For hundreds of years, Alabaster has been used in naturopathy as conventional medicine. The Greeks and Romans had already recognized Alabaster’s special qualities, which consist of gypsum and plaster. When it is mixed with water, the plaster becomes as hard as stone, and then it is used for carving. The hardness of Alabaster on Moh’s scale is in between 1.5 to 2. These stones are hydrated calcium sulphate in monoclinic prismatic crystallization.
These crystals are not related to any particular star sign.
This gemstone is found white in color, but sometimes grey to black (transparent) according to the structure. Alabaster may also be yellowish, reddish or sand colored in appearance.