Serpentine Info πŸ’Ž


Mineral Family: Olivine
Structure: Silicate
Hardness: 3-6 (due to different minerals)
Chakra: All Chakras
Zodiac: All Zodiacs
Element: Earth :earth_americas:
Planet: Earth :earth_africa:
Color: Green :green_heart: Black :black_heart:, Yellow :yellow_heart:, Olive Green :green_heart:

:snake: Serpentine is the name given to a subgroup of magnesium, aspestos, and silicate minerals formed in Serpentinite rock.

:snake: The name was given to this group of minerals in 1564 by Georgius Agricola after the Latin word β€œSerpens” for it’s similarity of a snake or serpent.

:snake: Serpentine can be found in just about every continent with an abundance specifically located in South Africa, Australia, Germany, France, Peru, Madagascar and the US.

:snake: This stone helps access our Kundalini energy, which is an ancient Tantra teaching that involves a vibration at the base of our spine. While dormant, this energy is believed to be coiled up, much like a serpent. This inner power is accessed through realms such as deep meditation, the use of serpentine crystals and yoga. Once released, an effect known as a Kundalini awakening takes place. You’ll notice signs of being more in tune with yourself and your inner intuition comes to life.

:green_heart: Here’s a link for a Kundalini activation meditation:green_heart:

:snake: Serpentine is capable of realigning our entire chakra system and acts as a driving force in altering our current life path.

:snake: This stone has a unique rooting in nature and is said to help contact interdimensional beings. It’s suggested to meditate outside to experience the earthen channeling effect that serpentine emits.

:snake: Serpentine minerals have a harmonious connection with our heart center and assists our truest desires to life. This will help in our ability to love and display compassionate emotions. These minerals help release useless emotions that may feel as though they’re binded to our beings. Serpentine acts as a dissolvant to release these sticky emotions. Once released, the relief will be worth all the hard work.

:snake: Other Properties :snake:
Meditation, transformation, self healing, love and relationships, soothing, physical healing, connection with nature, Kundalini, animal communication, selflessness.

:warning: Serpentine does contain asbestos!! This stone is toxic!! Be careful handling the rough version of this stone. Wash your hands afterwards. Please no contact with skin, as in jewelry. :warning:

I however have a rough piece, but it stays in a box all by it’s lonesome, and here it is:


I never knew it was toxic! That makes me curious about the authenticity of it at some of my local shops.


The polished or tumbled pieces are better than the rough/natural forms. I’d still be cautious but the polished stones are less fibrous and I personally don’t think you’d have to wash your hands afterwards. But definitely with the rough pieces. I hope this makes sense bc I’m just waking up and working on a half cup of coffee :joy: