Chemical Formula: Na8(Al6Si6O24)Cl2
Sodalite is a silicate mineral that was first discovered in 1811 in Greenland. It’s name is derived from the Greek translation of “salt stone,” given because of Sodalite’s high sodium content. Sodalite is most commonly blue with white veins of calcite.
Sodalite is a powerful stone for improving communication skills. Keep one with you when learning a new language, or when struggling with language barriers.