Crystal Healing is not meant to replace conventional medicine, but rather to complement and enhance it. Information within this site is metaphysical in nature and is by no means medical. Crystals should only be used with the understanding that they are not an independent therapy, but rather are just part of a holistic healing approach to wellness.
Tumbled Larimar for Peace & Communication
Small tumbled Larimar measures approximately ½" x ¼" x ⅛"
Medium tumbled Larimar measures approximately ¾" x ½" x ¼"
Large tumbled Larimar measures approximately 1" x ¾" x ½"
Size is approximate and may vary slightly from piece to piece.
Common Healing Properties of Larimar
- Promotes peace and calming
- Stimulates emotional healing
- Connects you with Divine energy
- Promotes communication with your guides and with animals
Larimar (also known as Dolphin Stone, Blue Pectolite, or Atlantis Stone is a beautiful blue stone known for enhancing communication, whether with people, animals, or even elemental water spirits. It has a joyful yet peaceful energy.
Some stones have worldwide histories rooted in centuries of folklore, but Larimar’s history is local and recent — in fact, it’s only been found in one place in the Dominican Republic. This beautiful blue stone seems to have the ocean written on it, like a reflection of the clear Caribbean waters of its origin, and all of its associations are with water. Dominican people called it blue stone, and believed it was a gift from the sea. It was rediscovered by a Peace Corps volunteer and a Dominican man, who gave Larimar its name — a combination of his daughter’s name, Larissa (which can itself mean “gull”), and the Spanish word mar, meaning ocean. The only mining area is a steep hill Swiss-cheesed with deep, narrow mine shafts that can only be worked by hand. There’s no way of knowing how long the deposit will last.
To enhance communication with your guides, try meditating while holding a piece of Larimar. You could even try holding it against your head, just behind your ear, to better hear what your guides have to tell you.