Granite is everywhere.
If you live in a city, you are probably surrounded by it. If you don't, it is under your feet, somewhere...
Granite forms from the slow crystallization of magma below Earth's surface. Granite is composed mainly of quartz and feldspar with minor amounts of mica, amphiboles, and other minerals. This mineral composition usually gives granite a red, pink, gray, or white color with dark mineral grains visible throughout the rock. It can also be found in shades of green, blue and black.
a few granite color variaties
Many ancient and indigineous cultures and peoples (Aboriginals, Mayans, Egyptians, etc.) recognized the sacredness and power of granite; it allows for increased #protection and #abundance, and works on skepticism, aids in diplomacy, discretion, cooperativeness and #resisting negativity.
Granite is a wonderful #relationship balancer - for all types of relationships - personal, business, corparate.
It is naturally #grounding, connecting to the lower two Chakras; however, because of its unique properties and balancing effects it will also resonate with other Chakras especially if a very strong color is present. For example, the red, black, gray colors will primarily be Root and Sacral Chakras, but a very pink or green granite will additionally resonate with the 4th or Heart Chakra, and a bluish one will work with the 5th or Throat Chakra as well. This is assuming the colors are natural and not dyed, of course.
Physically granite has been used to work on remedies for the face and head, and has been used to strengthen the hair. It has also been used by some to #strengthen the skeletal system - although this may have been more as a talisman than a medicinal usage.
No advice given in this blog is meant to replace competent medical advice given from a medical professional. If you are ill, seek professional medical advice. Crystal/mineral therapies are meant as a supplement to, not a replacement for, licensed medical practices.