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What is Alabaster

What is Alabaster

Alabaster (a form of gypsum) is a somewhat crumbly stone.

Alabaster has been around for centuries. In fact, ancient Egyptian alabaster carvings were found in King Tutankhamen’s tomb. The ancient Chinese and Greeks also carved alabaster.

Alabaster is a “drawing” stone meaning it has the ability to draw things to or away from one, depending on what one’s needs are. White alabaster summons the spiritual. It can also be used for chalk markings and drawings.

It supports self-forgiveness and forgiveness for others. It also draws energy from other stones, meaning it can soak up the energy of one stone and then hold the properties of both itself and the other stone at the same time. It helps to draw anger out of a person and to release it.

Remedy Benefits of Alabaster:

  • Aids forgiveness
  • Stimulates meditation
  • Gives mental clarity
  • Dimininishes anger
  • Eases anxiety

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