Gabbro Stone Meaning and Healing Properties

Gabbro Stone Meaning and Healing Properties

Gabbro is a rather coarse, dark-colored igneous rock that exhibits a black or dark green color as it is composed of mainly plagioclase and augite, two minerals which lie deep within oceanic crust. Gabbro is used in the construction industry quite often, but is also a beautiful mineral with various healing properties. If you look closely, you can see the minor light-colored mineral grains that add to Gabbro’s composition, containing very little Quartz unlike most igneous rocks. When brightly polished, Gabbro is used to make cemetery markers, counter tops, tiles and other dimension stone products.

Gabbro Stone is said to enhance energies such as Reiki and various types of intuitive and psychic channeling abilities, including clairvoyance, clairaudience and clairsentience. Use Gabbro Stone to extinguish EMF/EMR energies, as it protects and shields the auric and physical bodies. Said to be a stone of magic, Gabbro Stone is said to help one connect with the elements of the underground and with spirits of other worlds. Its coloring, mimics duality and Earthly and heavenly attributes, therefore connecting us on this plane to the Akashic Records and the Shamanic World.

Gabbro Stone balances yin and yang energies, and is attuned to the four elements of earth, fire, water and air. As an empowering stone, Gabbro Stone can increase focus and mental clarity ultimately leading to healthy decision making. Healthwise, Gabbro Stone is said to relieve hot flashes, help fight infections and fevers, boost the immune system, heal bruises and sprains as well as having great positive influences on the nervous, respiratory, and circulatory systems.  

Reiki, Energy Enhancement, Protection, High Energy

Hardness: 7
Chemical Composition:  SiO2
Crystal System: Hexagonal
Color: Black and white, crown
Localities: Madagascar, New Mexico

Chakra Alignment: Thymus, Third Eye, Solar Plexus
Numeric Vibration: 6
Astrological Association: Sun, Moon, Gemini 

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  • Abby Ruiz