May 12

Using Infinite: The Healers’ Gemstone

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Infinite /Infinity Healing Gemstone

At a psychic fair eons ago, before I was actively working with cards or much anything metaphysical, I got a very, very good reading. So I asked the reader about progressing on my own path since she clearly had a hotline here, and she suggested I start getting gemstones.

At the time, it seemed kind of crazy to me. “Rocks? Rocks are going to help me develop spiritually? Really?!?” Dumbfounded but sold by the quality of the reading, I went ahead and picked up some rocks that day and eventually, learned to appreciate the energy stones carry. I’m glad I did!

One of my absolute favorite pieces is this sizable hunk of Infinite (or Infinity) gemstone–a type of green Serpentine and Chrysotile found in South Africa. It comes in different shades. The lighter green is the more gentle variety, the darker green more concentrated energy. I was lucky enough to find a piece that has both. Well worth the $15 it cost me to win it on eBay.

Infinite gemstone draws out pain, both physical and emotional. (And what pain isn’t both?)  Some use a small piece of Infinite as a Worry stone, or sleep with it under their pillow. These stones have a very gentle, soft energy. Some say it helps connect to the angelic realms, drawing out negative energy and mending holes in the aura and very grounding.

I can tell you from personal experience it helps eliminate pain. I’ve used it for nausea, cramps, headaches, backaches, you name it. Whatever hurts, it’s helped. Most effective seems to be simply laying the Infinite stone on body wherever it hurts. You don’t have to have skin contact, but I prefer to whenever practical. It’s fastest that way. Once you’ve placed the stone, divert your attention from any discomfort and let it go. Within a few minutes, when you remember to check, the pain has vanished. It really is that simple.

I’ve seen a few sources suggest this stone needs frequent clearing, but others say it’s one of the few that’s perpetually self-clearing. I’ve never felt the need to energetically clean or charge my Infinite stone in any way and it continues to work just fine, so I’m voting with self-clearing camp. Of course, if you’d prefer to clear yours, it certainly wouldn’t hurt anything. As always, your own intuition is your most reliable guide.

Have you used Infinite or are you interested in trying it?

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  1. I love rocks, especially the ones in my head. Seriously I don’t know anything about them. Is there a particular rock that is good for personal strength? One that would help you keep your focus?

  2. I love rocks, especially the ones in my head. Seriously I don’t know anything about them. Is there a particular rock that is good for personal strength? One that would help you keep your focus?

  3. Cool, Dixie!!

    I’d love to work with one of those. Love, love, love the stone people. Used to work in a rockshop and play with the stones all day.
    Right now, my back is out, so I could use a piece of Infinite!

  4. Cool, Dixie!!

    I’d love to work with one of those. Love, love, love the stone people. Used to work in a rockshop and play with the stones all day.
    Right now, my back is out, so I could use a piece of Infinite!

  5. Hi Dixie – I love this post, very interesting to hear your experiences. I’m going to buy a piece next week – THANK YOU!

    I sure hope you’ll include experiences with other stones too, really enjoy your perspective.

    1. Thank you. I do plan on doing notes on various stones as we go on. And let me know how you like the Infinite. I’d love to hear what it’s like for you. Hope it serves you well!

  6. Hi Dixie – I love this post, very interesting to hear your experiences. I’m going to buy a piece next week – THANK YOU!

    I sure hope you’ll include experiences with other stones too, really enjoy your perspective.

    1. Thank you. I do plan on doing notes on various stones as we go on. And let me know how you like the Infinite. I’d love to hear what it’s like for you. Hope it serves you well!

  7. I you Dix, Bloodstone!! I know you are serious it just sounded funny. Can't get blood from a rock. I will look for them TY

    1. Ha ha! It does sound funny, doesn’t it? But you know, I do think the stone’s aptly named despite that. I think of it as a healing stone for warriors and the battle weary…

  8. I you Dix, Bloodstone!! I know you are serious it just sounded funny. Can't get blood from a rock. I will look for them TY

    1. Ha ha! It does sound funny, doesn’t it? But you know, I do think the stone’s aptly named despite that. I think of it as a healing stone for warriors and the battle weary…

    1. That sounds like a lovely idea, sofie! I would especially wear something like that whenever I had to be around draining people or spend time in an environment with a lot of negative vibes or erratic energy.

      Which just gave me an idea, actually! When I worked the psychic fair, I was SO drained at the end of the day it was unreal. I’m thinking an Infinite pendent could be a good help in minimizing that phenomena. Hmmmm…

    1. That sounds like a lovely idea, sofie! I would especially wear something like that whenever I had to be around draining people or spend time in an environment with a lot of negative vibes or erratic energy.

      Which just gave me an idea, actually! When I worked the psychic fair, I was SO drained at the end of the day it was unreal. I’m thinking an Infinite pendent could be a good help in minimizing that phenomena. Hmmmm…

  9. I’d like to try it! I’ve never heard of it! But you know me, I want to try everything at least once.

    I’m working on making a rose quartz and amythest necklace and was wondering what stone direction I would go to next Do you know how cheap you can buy genuine beads? It’s insane..like 1 or 2 bucks on Amazon. Just about any kind you can think of!

    1. Ohhhh–hadn’t thought to check Amazon for stones. Thanks for the idea, Josi. And I’ll bet Amethyst and Rose Quartz make a lovely match.

  10. I’d like to try it! I’ve never heard of it! But you know me, I want to try everything at least once.

    I’m working on making a rose quartz and amythest necklace and was wondering what stone direction I would go to next Do you know how cheap you can buy genuine beads? It’s insane..like 1 or 2 bucks on Amazon. Just about any kind you can think of!

    1. Ohhhh–hadn’t thought to check Amazon for stones. Thanks for the idea, Josi. And I’ll bet Amethyst and Rose Quartz make a lovely match.

  11. Update: since this Infinite stone took a long vacation and just came back home/dixiblog/domains/afoolsjourney.com/public_html, I’ve decided I should start clearing him, as opposed to not worrying about it as mentioned in the post.

  12. Update: since this Infinite stone took a long vacation and just came back home/dixiblog/domains/afoolsjourney.com/public_html, I’ve decided I should start clearing him, as opposed to not worrying about it as mentioned in the post.

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