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Healing Properties & Everyday Use

What is Obsidian?

Obsidian is volcanic glass that forms naturally. It comes from the rapid cooling of felsic lava. Obsidian is naturally black in color and has a glassy texture and a vitreous luster. There are several shades of Obsidian  including rainbow, snowflake, gold, and mahogany. Obsidian is hard and brittle and was commonly used for tools. The meaning of Obsidian is safety and grounding.

The Protective Obsidian Stone

  • Born from the raw energy of a volcano
  • Historically used to make arrow heads and cutting tools
  • Sharp edges symbolic of piercing darkness to find the light

Dark and dreamy, the volcanic glass rock of Obsidian is a sword against negative energy and a powerful anchor for keeping you grounded in this good life. While some may turn their eyes to brighter stones, the Obsidian is a beautiful stone. Look a little closer and you can see the milky flecks of the soothing Snowflake Obsidian  or the gorgeous glimmer of the Golden Obsidian. It’s a stone that knows that one size doesn’t suit all, which is why Obsidian presents itself in a myriad of ways. But whether you pick the rainbow shade of the velvet crush of night color, all Obsidian stones share that intense healing vibe that is ever ready to pull you back up on your feet again.

Obsidian is formed by the quick cooling of volcanic lava in an earthly and scientific way that causes it to harden like glass. It has been around since the beginning of time and has been used in trading by the Mayans since 100 B.C.

Obsidian can be found across the globe, from the azure shores and fisherman huts of Greece to the ice and fire of Iceland, and the mythical jungles and lost cities of Mexico. It’s a stone that comes swallowed up in a lot of history. Beloved by the Mayan’s and the Aztecs, Obsidian was used in a multitude of ways – from jewelry to homeware and even weapons. It was used to make arrowheads and cutting tools and in its heyday, it had more worth than gold. But the allure for Obsidian went beyond the basic utilitarian. It was also coveted by shamans, healers, and stone-age spiritualists. Light healers longed for Obsidian and crystal gazers also craved the stone so they could look deeper into the  spiritual realms.

The Different Types of Obsidian

There are many different types of Obsidian stone and all come dressed in their own shades. Here are the different kinds of Obsidian to help you select the stone you love the best.

Black Obsidian


The poster child stone for the title of Obsidian, Black Obsidian is as dark as night and is a powerful tool for those seeking protection, grounding, deep-set healing and tearing the fabric of falsity to find the truth.

Rainbow Obsidian

With its luminous colors dancing beneath the surface, Rainbow Obsidian is a dreamy poetic stone. Like swirling colors in oil, this stone is also used for grounding and centering the wearer. It is also used to keep the root chakra in check.

Snowflake Obsidian


A flurry of wonder comes with the snowflake obsidian stone,  where dancing patterns of white float beneath the dark surface. This is a stone known for its ability to help you shift patterns and comes with all kinds of soothing vibes to temper frayed nerves.

Mahogany Obsidian


The rich color scheme that ripples through Mahogany Obsidian is known for its fiercely protective powers. For anyone having a vulnerable moment, Mahogany Obsidian makes sure that all attacks are warded off.

Golden Obsidian 

The glimmer of the stone is striking. Also known as The Wizard Stone, Golden Obsidian will help activate your third eye and shines it’s light on negativity so you can take a leap to higher living.

Obsidian Healing Properties

Rich in healingproperties, there’s a reason that Obsidian was considered to be so much more precious than gold. This stone is all about stimulating growth, keeping you protected, and connecting with that root charka – AKA the very essence of how we feel safe in this world. Obsidian doesn’t just stop at keeping your mind tuned in, it works to keep your physical and spiritual body completely aligned too.

Physical Healing Properties

  • Keeps circulation flowing
  • Helps with digestive issues
  • Encourages deep tissue healing



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