The beauty and energy of Seraphinite rises through the body's chakras like the six-winged spirits of Light it is named for - the Seraphim, the highest order of angels who attend the throne of God. Their wings are captured in iridescent silver and suggests the movement of flight within a crystal of deep forest green.

Known for its high spiritual energy ascending throughout the system and inviting the Kundalini to rise along the spine, Seraphinite clears and activates each chakra along the way. It links the physical with the ethereal, and is powerful for opening communication with angelic realms, and devic realms, and tends to have a strong effect when used in nature. Seraphinite is a stone of light energy, pulling higher vibrations into the subtle bodies, making it an important stone for those working on the ascension process. Seraphinite's energies are feminine in tone, & may assist in experiencing a greater awareness of the Divine Feminine. 

Seraphinite is particularly attuned to the Heart Chakra, infusing the aura with vibrations of wholeness & well-being, nurturing and love, enveloping not only those who wear or carry it, but also those who see it. This stone, like all Clinochlores, encourages the appreciation of all that is growing - physically, emotionally or spiritually, encouraging us towards Self-Love and Compassion. It defines a sense of order - in life, in the universe, even in chaos – helping us understand that we are neither helpless nor hopeless in the creation or correction of our personal reality.

Many crystal healers love Seraphinite for its ability to bring light energy into the DNA and accelerated healing, especially in the head and heart regions. Working with this stone during meditation can help those who lack purpose to discover their place in the universe.

Seraphinite is well-known as a superb healing crystal, offering balance and strength, can be uplifting for those with depression or PTSD, and also makes a great crystal to keep in the home, office, or even the car, where it can emit its protective, angelic energies out into the environment.

Seriphanite is a gem variety of Clinochlore, a magnesium iron aluminum silicate, characterized by a deep green color laced with shimmering patterns of silver that reflect light with changing angles of viewing. It is found only in the Lake Baikal region of Siberia, Russia.