Obsidian is great for clearing any unwanted energy in your own aura or even your home. One way you can easily do this is by simply sweeping it over your body, passing a piece of obsidian over a particular chakra or your whole body, to help clear your field.
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Benefit of Obsidian.
1. To remove unwanted energy.
2. To aid with dreamwork and astral travel.
If you're interested in exploring the astral realm, you'll want rainbow or peacock obsidian on your side. Leavy says you don't have to overthink it, either: Just put your obsidian under your pillow or on your nightstand, and of course, pair with the intention to have meaningful dreams or further your astral travel.
Don't expect it to necessarily work on the first go, she adds, but give it a few tries, always holding your intention in mind.
3. In feng shui.
One of the most straightforward ways to incorporate any crystal or stone into feng shui is to find the stone's corresponding color on the FengShui BaGua Map.
In this case, obsidian is black, so you would want it near the front door. On the bagua map, this area is associated with your career, "which would be great for obsidian because it has that ability to keep us grounded and focused on the physical realm, which our career is a big part of," she says.
4. For grounding.
Being such a good stone for grounding and centering, you can add obsidian to any of your favorite grounding practices, whether that's meditating with obsidian in your hand, keeping it in your bag when you go out anywhere, or placing it near your root chakra, which is associated with grounding and security.
5. For divination.
And lastly, Leavy notes obsidian is often formed into a sphere and used for scrying, divination, and crystal gazing. She adds this can be great to use in conjunction with any dreamwork you're practicing, if you're into that.
"There are also obsidian mirrors, which have a long use in history," she says, adding that John Dee, spiritual adviser to Queen Elizabeth I in the 1500s and early 1600s, worked with obsidian tools for divination.
A tiny or little natural cracks, scratches on the surface and black spots inside are all normal on natural crystal or gemstone.