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Rhodonite, the Stone of Forgiveness
Rhodonite is a beautiful pink stone with black streaks running through it. It is found in Siberia, South America, and Australia. Rhodonite is a relatively soft stone and can be carved into beautiful jewelry and statuary.
Rhodonite has long been considered a stone of forgiveness.Legend has it that when Rhoda was turned to stone, her rose gardening tools were transformed along with her and became part of the stone Rhodonite. Rhodonite is also said to be helpful for those who have trouble forgiving themselves.
The physical properties of Rhodonite are:
· Hardness: 5-6 on the Mohs scale
· Specific Gravity: 3-3.4
· Refractive Index: 1.62-1.64
· Double Refraction: -0.004
· Chemical Composition: (K,Na)Fe3+3(SiO4)2(Si2O7)O(OH)
· Transparency: Opaque to Translucent
Rhodonite’s physical properties make it a perfectstone for forgivness because it is malleable enough to be scratched and scarred but not so soft that it will break easily. Just like our relationships, Rhodonite can weather a storm but may need some TLC afterwards.
Rhodonite is also known as the “rescue stone” because it is said to help those who feel overwhelmed or lost find their way back to themselves. Rhodonite allows us to see both the beauty and flaws in ourselves and others and accept them with compassion. This can be a difficult thing to do but forgiveness always begins with self-acceptance.
Conclusion:If you are looking for a stone that can help you forgive yourself or others, Rhodonite may be the perfect choice for you. This beautiful pink stone with black streaks is said to be helpful for understanding both the light and dark sides of ourselves and others. Rhodonite is also known as the “rescue stone” because it can help us find our way back when we feel lost or overwhelmed. If you are ready to start your journey of forgiveness, add some Rhodonite to your collection today!
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