Is Labradorite Rare?
The color of labradorite is rare—not the stone itself.
Labradorite is one of the most common mineral stones you'll find today, with deposits in Canada, Madagascar, Norway, and Southern India. However, it's usually a dark gray color.
What makes labradorite so special is that when light hits it at different angles, it reveals a flash of pink, purple, or fuchsias. Those are the rarest colors. This phenomenon is called iridescence, and it's what gives labradorite its reputation for being mystical and otherworldly. A magical crystal.
Rarest Labradorite Colors
Most popular colors of Labradorite are blue, green, golds/honey, and a mix of blue & greens. The rarest colors of Labradorite are Fuchsias, Pinks, and Purples.
These colors are associated with the Upper Chakras especially the Crown Chakra.
How Do You Charge Labradorite?
Charging labradorite is all about having a crystal that's ready to work for you. The first step is to make sure your crystal is clean and clear, so you'll need to begin by clearing your labradorite. This can be done by smudging the stone with sage, passing it through incense smoke, sprinkling it with sea salt, or cleansing it with running water. You can also cleanse your labradorite by placing it in direct sunlight or moonlight for 24 hours.
After you've cleared your labradorite, it's time to charge it! This process will energize your crystal and connect it to you so that it can do its magic. As before, you can choose from numerous methods to charge your labradorite: place it on a selenite plate or near a selenite wand; put it in direct sunlight or moonlight for 24 hours; hold the stone in your hands and visualize white light flowing into it; or place the crystal in front of a live plant (a flower is best). Clap 3 times or you can use a singing bowl or chimes, you can place it in a bowl or plate of salt to cleanse your crystals as well.
Once your stone has been charged and connected to you, don't forget: crystals love being talked to! You can now begin your crystal journey with your new stone or crystals.