#WednesdayWonders – #BlackTourmaline

This will be my last Wednesday Wonders post for 2021 and I wanted to share a super special stone with you that I spent several years searching out to find the right one. My piece is about 6″ long and maybe 3″ in diameter. Black Tourmaline is most known for its protective properties.

Black Tourmaline Photo by Jan Sikes 12-28-21
Black Tourmaline Photo by Jan Sikes 12-28-21

This is such a gorgeous piece with the tinges of gold and clusters of quartz crystals. Black Tourmaline, also known as Schorl, is a silicate mineral containing boron and a member of the Tourmaline family. It was first named in 1400 A.D. by a small village in Saxony, Germany after their village’s original name, Schorl.

Black Tourmaline protects against cell phones, electromagnetic smog, radiation, psychic attacks, spells, and ill-wishing negative energies of all kinds. When your root chakras are beautifully balanced and in check, this grants you that deep-seated self-confidence to embrace who you are, speak your truth, and set upon your own path to spiritual healing. And Black Tourmaline can pave the way.

It’s recommended to have Black Tourmaline on or around you while using electronics for extended periods of time. Most people don’t realize that our electronics weigh on us energetically more than we think. Black Tourmaline can assist in mitigating those effects.

There are many shades of Tourmaline, but none that hold the protective powers associated with Black Tourmaline. Formed where steamy waters and minerals move through pockets of the earth, this stone is deeply enriched with iron and manganese, both of which help grant Black Tourmaline the charging and magnetic properties that make it such a vital tool in your grounding box.

If you want to cleanse your aura, clear out worries, and fall into the wonderful bliss of a good night’s sleep, then take a piece of Black Tourmaline and place it beneath your pillow. Having it close will help its nature to soothe aches and pains that plague your sleep, meaning you will wake up refreshed and ready to face another day.

Because Black Tourmaline works like a sponge, soaking up all those negative energies whizzing around, it’s important to keep your stone emotionally cleansed on a regular basis.

Black Tourmaline has an appetite and while it will easily digest toxic vibes, you do want to keep it purified to stop its potent powers from getting blocked. You can opt to smudge the stone to clear away the bad juju.

Another way of ensuring your Black Tourmaline piece is clear is by soaking it. Simply place it in a bowl of bright and clear spring water and let it soak for 24 hours to ensure that every ripple of doubt has flowed away.

What do you think? Do you have a piece of Black Tourmaline?

31 thoughts on “#WednesdayWonders – #BlackTourmaline

  1. Jan, there is such peace and harmony resonating from your post — can the gift of the Black Tourmaline work from afar?!

    You write with such eloquence and power about its properties I feel utterly convinced I need this in my life. My mother and I often discuss the toxic energy from all our modern devices, the effect they have on us, even affecting our hearing we wonder?

    This is a beautiful stone and I’m glad you finally came across it. Where did you find it? It seems exceptional.

    Wishing you a wonderful New Year filled with peace, harmony and joy! hugs xx ❤️

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    1. Yes! I totally believe energy has no boundaries and can reach across the miles and waters! I’m so glad you stopped by. We live in a toxic world so all the protection we can get is helpful. I found this stone in Arkansas. But, it is available worldwide. You can even go online and search for it and order it. Make sure you order from a reputable dealer and you can determine that by reviews. I wish you and yours a wonderfully prosperous and creative New Year! I appreciate you!

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  2. I’ve seen Tourmaline before, but I don’t own any. The stories that go along with your beautiful treasures are almost as fascinating as the pieces themselves.

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    1. I’m glad you enjoyed the post, Mae. I keep this piece next to my computer since that’s where I spend so much of my time. It’s inspiring every time I look at it. Thank you for stopping by! Happy New Year to you too!

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    1. Isn’t Nature just amazing, Gwen? I think so. And I was just thinking this morning how incredible it is to be alive in a time when there are SO many tools to assist us on our journey. What a blessing! Thank you for stopping by!


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