Gem of the Caribbean

Legend has it that this magnificent, extremely rare stone originates from the sea. Larimar was made popular in 1974, when a member of the Peace Corp, Norman Riling and a local, Miguel Mendez, found pieces of Larimar on the beach. Mendez named the stone by combining the name of his daughter, Larissa with Mar, the Spanish word for sea. This beautiful blue stone embodies the vibrant colors of the sea and sky in the area of it’s origin, the Dominican Republic.

Larimar is valued for its beauty, so it is commonly used in jewelry. It is also known for its healing properties. It resonates to the throat chakra, and is said to enhance communication. It helps you to see things from a different perspective. Larimar opens the heart, and stimulates feelings of peace, healing and love. Larimar softens and lightens our emotional, physical, mental and spiritual body. It stimulates the crown and third eye, and support the process of enlightenment. Use this stone to help promote inner wisdom, inner truth and clarity of higher vision. This stone is a great choice if you are depressed, stressed and suffer from anxiety. This exquisite blue stone has such tremendous healing properties, no wonder it is referred to as the Gem of the Caribbean!

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About the writer: Pat Krajovic

Pat Krajovic Pat is the owner of Bodyworks Healing Center! Contact her at: 734 416-5200. She is a senior trainer and certified facilitator for the Transformational Breath Foundation and studied directly under Dr. Judith Kravitz. Pat has the deepest respect for the healing power of the breath. She is dedicated to and passionate about bringing the breath to all that choose TB as a path to deeper self awareness. Pat combines her knowledge and extensive experience of bodywork, energy healing, and emotional release work, guided by her intuitive knowing, to dance with the breath in an effective and compassionate manner.Pat has extensive training and experience in CranioSacral Therapy, Somato Emotional Release, Esoteric Healing, Pranic Healing, and various other modalities of bodywork. She sets an impeccable standard for holding space for deeper healing and expanding levels of consciousness for the highest and greatest good.Pats holds a B.S. in Human Development with an emphasis in Individual and Family Studies, a Master’s in Public Administration and a Master’s in Business Administration from The Pennsylvania State University. She is a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist and is the co-founder of BodyWorks Healing Center; a Michigan based Body/Mind/Spirit Integration Center.Pat was named “Best of the Best” for Massage Therapy in the October 2007 Issue of Allure Magazine. BodyWorks was also named Best of City Search. Pat has taught the breath in Europe and across the United States.

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