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Apatite is a stone of both Rediscovery and Expression. Apatite has the ability to heal emotions, open yourself to love, and increase you self-confidence. It helps you to rediscover the feeling of love, that perhaps you may have lost contact with. This magnificent stone comforts you whenever you are stressed or feeling lonely. promotes your focus and concentration on more important things you want to achieve. Apatite is a wonderful choice of stone for a meditation aid and implement. Daily, for about 5 minutes, sit quietly with this stone in hand and visualize yourself filling up the energy coming from the great ocean to fill the emptiness your body. The clarify in your heart and mind will further strengthen your goals and desires. Alternatively, simply gaze at the stone, a practice that borrows from the Zen Buddhist tradition that encourages peaceful contemplation. As a stone that is linked to and balances the Throat Chakra, which governs communication and expression, we can, with assistance from Apatite, communicate our ideas, beliefs, and emotions loudly and clearly. When the throat chakra is in balance and open, we can bring our personal truth out into the world, and hopefully inspire the truth in others. Apatite confers an easier flow of communication.

A combination of teal Apatite with black Onyx can prove to yield greater benefits. This combination will protect you from greater negativity and being influenced by negative opinions of you. You gain a greater attunement to priorities, letting you focus your time on the things that are worth spending on.

Apatite is to be washed only with warm water with very light soap and nothing else. Avoid exposing the stone to high heat or acids because the stone can crack or chip without good care. Wrap it in soft cloth before putting it inside your jewelry box to avoid scratching from other jewelry pieces.


Apatite is a calcium phosphate mineral, usually referring to hydroxylapatite, fluorapatite and chlorapatite. Apatite has a hardness of 5 in the Mohs Hardness Scale. The mineral was named apatite by the German geologist Abraham Gottlob Werner in 1786. However, as Apatite’s chemical composition almost imitates the chemical composition of many other stones, it was often mistaken for other minerals. Hence it was also named for the Greek word ‘apatao’, which means to deceive.

It is usually teal in color, but can be yellow, brown, blue, purple, pink, or colorless. These colors are often so vivid that apatite has frequently been cut as a gemstone. It comes in many forms, and it is often confused with many other minerals, such as Fluorite and Aquamarine gemstones. Apatite in teal color resembles the color of the sea, which is the most popular type among buyers and collectors.




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