Gyrolite Crystals and Mineral SpecimensByminerals
Gyrolite is a mineral that is considered part of the zeolites family. The name comes from the Greek word guros, which means steel. These often form nodular aggregates. Most of the pieces of this stone have a dull appearance. They are also available in gray, brown, colorless, light green, yellow, or white. Gyrolite nodules are formed with fine and rare minerals such as apophyllite, okenite, and zeolite.
Gyrolite is known among crystal healers as a stone that helps to heal muscle aches and bone fractures as a result of its own action. They think that this mineral is effective to use in meditation. This mineral may help to study information about ancient civilizations. They say it helps if you want to dance or drum.
Gyrolite was first discovered on Sky Island in Scotland. However, it is also found in some other areas. They are also found in various parts of India, including Pune. Lord Gautama Buddha with concentration Gyrolite is also said to have meditated. Gyrolite stones are also found in Iceland, Denmark, Canada, China, Japan, Australia, Italy, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Russia, and some other parts of the United States.