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If you are looking to learn more about the properties of, and green calcite meaning then read on! I'll also cover what green calcite typically looks like including the many shades it can come in, and a bit more on its history and locations.

What does Green Calcite look like?

Green Calcite is calcium carbonate and forms through sedimentation. This stone has a shiny or glossy appearance and will range from translucent to opaque. Typically the colors of the stone will be pale deep to seafoam green, yellow-green and white. The texture of green-calcite will be smooth and slippery and may have a chalky look and feel where fractures have occurred. Inclusions and fractures are very common for this soft stone. It rates a 3 on the Mohs hardness scale. 

Green Calcite gets its green color from chlorite that got trapped during the crystallization process. These stones are found all over the world in metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous rocks and make up a large portion of the earth’s crust.

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Green Calcite Meaning 

It is believed that Green-Calcite balances the spirit, body, mind, and heart and has the ability to block negative energy. Additionally, It is believed that the stone can give you a more positive outlook on life, give you courage and allow you to be more forgiving of past situations. During meditation, having this stone around can help you cultivate your positive intentions. 

What is green calcite good for?

To use green calcite in Feng Shui, place this stone in you or your children’s bedroom as a way to develop emotional, mental, and spiritual energy. Putting this stone in a living room, or home office can cleanse the room of negative energy or stress from the day.

 

Chakra: Heart

Green CalciteLocalities: Worldwide, but most notably Mexico and Pakistan

 

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Green Calcite Properties and History - Learn More!

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