Thomsonite is a rare mineral from the zeolite group. This thomsonite hails from Nashik, India, known for its orange colour combined with mesolite crystals. The mineral has a purifying effect and promotes emotional balance. Read more.
Thomsonite belongs to the tecto-silicate minerals within the zeolite group and is a rare variant within this group. The mineral 'Thomsonite' is named after the Scottish chemist Thomas Thomson. Thomson played a crucial role in understanding the chemical properties and classifications of minerals, making this naming a fitting tribute.
Thomsonite from Nashik, Maharashtra, India
Our thomsonite collection comes from the Nashik region in Maharashtra, India. This location is renowned for its high quality and striking orange colour. The mineral consists of prominent spherical clusters of thomsonite combined with very fine mesolite that form a white, hair-like structure.
Purification and Balance
Like other zeolites, thomsonite is a purifying stone with the ability to filter negative energies. It also helps to find and reinforce emotional balance, thus creating peace and harmony. The combination of mesolite and thomsonite promotes the opening of the third eye, heightens awareness, and deepens the understanding of the world around us.