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Healing Properties, Meaning, Uses, & More!


Pyrite is known as the "Stone of Luck", helping to attract abundance, wealth, and prosperity to the user via its creative energies of manifestation and its encouragement of following one's dreams. It can enhance one's will during challenging times and support the actions necessary for personal growth and success. Lightworkers meditate with Pyrite to encourage greater frequency in moments of inspiration, and its grounding action allows these higher frequencies to be rooted in the physical world. This stone is also great for balancing one's energy. Pyrite not only deflects negative energies but also helps to release negative and inhibiting patterns of behavior. If you are feeling overworked lately, with no end in sight, then Pyrite might be for you! 

Pyrite is most noted for its nickname, “Fool’s Gold,” the glittering rock notoriously mistaken by naïve prospectors as real gold. It was also used by dishonest mine owners to salt their mines to convince people they were still gold-producers. Although similar in hue, Pyrite is lighter than Gold and is more brittle. It can’t be scratched with a fingernail or knife. Pyrite is also referred to as Iron Pyrite or in Germany, “Cat’s Gold.” 

Affirmation: "My confidence is rock solid. I am prosperous and abundant in all facets of my life."
AKA: Iron Pyrite, Iron Sulfide, Pyr, Fool's Gold, Cat's Gold
Chakra: Sacral, Solar Plexus
Zodiac: Leo
Planet: Mars
Number: 3
Source: USA, Spain, Portugal, Italy, the UK, Chile, Peru
Hardness: 6 - 6.5 Mohs
System: Cubic Crystal System
Composition: FeS2 - Iron Sulfide
Beneficial For: Energy; diplomacy; despair; fatigue; inferiority complex; servitude; inadequacy; inertia; memory; accessing potential; cooperation; blood; circulation; bones; cell formation; DNA damage; meridians; sleep disturbed owing to gastric upset; digestive tract; ingested toxins; circulatory and respiratory systems; lungs; asthma; bronchitis; oxygenating bloodstream