Aegirine | Stone of Light

Aegirine | Stone of Light

aegirine crystal in matrix - learn more about the healing properties or aegirine

Aegirine Properties: Clearing, Protection, Energy, Confidence, Happiness, Re-Building, Recovery

Aegirine Chakra: All

Element: Fire, Earth

Aegirine Mineral

A unique mineral, Aegirine forms in dark green to black prismatic crystals. Aegirine was named after the Norse god of the sea, Ægir. Aegirine, also known as Acmite, occurs in alkaline volcanic rocks and is found in Greenland, Russia, Canada and the United States.

Aegirine Meaning & Properties

Metaphysically, Aegirine is a premier stone of repairing the Aura and removing negative attachments from ones energy field. It is a clearing stone, that helps remove spiritual ‘residue’ that can linger in ones field. Aegirine is an excellent stone for body layouts and works equally well across all chakras. It has a protective energy that is also empowering and energizing. It helps us confront our behaviors head-on and better understand our sources of power.

Aegirine is known as a stone that allows us to ‘see the light’ - for some this can mean finding our way out of a low emotional state, for others it’s a surge of energy or sudden clarity. In every way, Aegirine is the vanquisher of darkness.

As a healing stone, Aegirine energizes and repairs. It allows light and love to flow freely throughout the body, clearing any blockage in its path. It is a stone of detoxification and recovery, allowing for sustained improvements over time and more lasting results.

Aegirine Uses

Blades of Aegirine are excellent for body layouts, directing the flow of energy and targeting blockages while repairing holes in the Aura. Blades can also be used in a wand fashion for more direct applications.

Specimens in Matrix (embedded in stone) can be held during meditation and are particularly useful for inner-child work and mood elevation.

For protection and confidence, carrying Aegirine may be preferable. A small blade may work. Aegirine is not a stone that comes tumbled, but you may find Aegirine in Charoite stones. Looks for the ones with Black spots or stars.


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