I came across this stone a couple years ago and snapped it right up. I'm in love Labradorite! It is just beautiful and I love to hold it in my hands. It's mainly green but in the light the color shifts and and you can see gold and blue... this is called labradorescense. Different stones may even include violets, oranges and reds.
Labradorite is the gemstone for magick, it is said to awakens innate magickal powers in those that wear it or carry it and may include mental and intuitive powers, clairvoyance, telepathy, astral travel, prophecy, psychic reading, past-life recall, and communication with spirits and guides. Wearing it as a pendant it can center the wearer in constant awareness of the multiple layers of reality and enhance the sending and receiving of impulses in all varieties of magick. As earings it can enhance the wearer's hearing of spiritual messages; on the Third Eye in meditation it fascilitates visionary experiences past and present and other domains of time.
It is used for divination. It holds hues of the rainbow visible only when held in the light; this effect mirrors the ability to move through the unseen realms while purifying one's energies in the Light. It is a stone of strength and unity behind duality; it aids in penetrating the veils between worlds, and aids Light Working. It is a great stone for all of the chakras. It is a highly mystical, and protective stone.
Labradorite aids in creating a force field in your aura as a protective shield, and it is an important aid when working with Elements; it assists in invoking them as well as enabling empowerment of the Elements and ensuring they are in proper proportion within your energy. It can also assist in uncovering unconscious and subconscious belief patterns in our emotional states, help reveal mystery illnesses, show patterns that have created illness and amplify one's healing thoughts and prayers.
Did I mention it is my favorite stone? I also have a pendant but I don't wear it as often as I should; I'm not much of a jewelry wearer, but I love the pendant, its simple and square.
Mina wanted in the photo too, LOL
(info taken from The Book of Stones by Robert Simmons & Naisha Ahsian... love this book!)