Healing Crystals and Smithsonite: What You Need to Know - Healing Stone Beings

Healing Crystals and Smithsonite: What You Need to Know

Smithsonite crystal healing properties can seem obscure at first, especially if you’re not familiar with the Smithsonite crystal meanings. This stone isn’t often the first one that springs to mind when someone mentions Healing Crystals, but it should be. In this guide, you’ll learn all about the Smithsonite crystal healing properties as well as its history and how it can help you in your everyday life and spiritual journeys.


The Best Ways to Use a Smithsonite Stone

For anyone who has ever held a small piece of Smithsonite in their hand, it’s obvious why so many people use it as a healing crystal. The stone is strikingly beautiful, but what you might not know is that there are certain ways to use it that will maximize its benefits even more than others. In fact, if you can keep these tips in mind when using your own stone, you’ll soon see that your crystal can be extremely powerful.

 History of Smithsonite

Smithsonite was originally discovered in 1803 by English mineralogist William Hyde Wollaston while he was on a trip in Wiltshire, England. The mineral is named after Wollaston’s friend, James Smithson, who had passed away not long before Wollaston made his discovery. Since then, its popularity has been growing as it gains more attention for its powerful healing capabilities.

Smithsonite Stone Properties
The healing properties of smithsonite vary from person to person. This is because one’s energy determines how smithsonite’s energy resonates within them. Not everyone will feel calm and relaxed with a piece of smithsonite, but for some people it brings comfort almost immediately. For example, those who are naturally anxious or stressed may find that a piece of smithsonite will help them relieve their stress.

Smithsonite is a powerful stone that is typically used to help soothe the mind and calm heightened emotions, reducing anxiety and tension in the body. It brings clarity when faced with difficult emotions or reliving or healing trauma while also bringing softness to hard edges and rigidity.

Free Things To Do With Your Stone
This is a great question, as some crystals have different properties depending on their shape. Smithsonite is typically cut into shapes like tumbled stones, spheres, or even in slab form for carvings and sculptures. When carved into sculptures or figurines, you can put it out at home or even decorate your workspace with it; simply carrying it around in your pocket also works! If you want to wear a crystal that isn't yet attached to an adornment or necklace, choose a piece of semi-polished stone like slab. The smoother texture means they aren't as likely to get stuck in your pockets or backpack when worn directly next to skin.


Here are some of my favorite uses for it at home and on-the-go!

1. Hold onto a piece while listening to calming music in order to relax or during meditation.
2. Place a piece on your chest or belly (you can hold it there or place it beneath clothing) while laying down in order to bring your mind into a state of calmness before bedtime.
3. Add Smithsonite to any crystal grid to amplify any intentions of the grid or even make them easier to achieve (this is especially true if it's placed in a corner position).
4. Meditate on how you want things to go in your life, or reflect on your intention while holding a piece of Smithsonite.
5. Carry around with you as an amulet for extra protection or mental clarity. This makes it great for carrying around when you’re out-and-about so that you can get some use out of it at home, too! Keep in mind that not all crystals are meant for healing energies—some are best left at home, away from water and other elements that can disrupt their properties over time!