Labradorite Labradorite—a feldspar mineral first "discovered" in icy Canada—was believed by native peoples to have fallen from the Northern Lights above, its vivid flashes of color dancing just beneath the surface of the stone. Labradorite illuminates the sense of wonder—that way-less-jaded sensation of being tuned into spirit, nature, and rhythm—that gets lost in the fast-paced, broadband melee of modern life. On the short list of "let’s get weird" stones, Labradorite encourages an intense connection to the spirit world. ESP, astral projection, and séances are the shit, dude. Get on board. Plus, aligning with the synchronicities of the universe is way more fun than speaking poorly of your sisters under a bottle of overpriced Sancerre. Roald Dahl, one in possession of a most magical mind, wrote, "Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it." Remember: The biggest impediment to your spiritual growth is probably your own judgmental inclinations. Labradorite helps you focus solely on doing you. The last thing you need is to get anybody else on board with your crazy shit. Your magic is your magic. Protect it with Labradorite.