Seraphinite (or Serefina), also known by the name Clinochlore, is a common member of the Chlorite Group of minerals. Clinochlore derives its name from the Greek "klino" meaning "oblique" or "inclined" and "chloros" meaning "green" as it is commonly colored deep forest green to green-black with inclusions of silvery Mica. Seraphinite, is derived from the Latin word "seraphin" referring to the first order of angels. The allusion to angels is due to the feathery wing patterns made by the silvery Mica contained within the stone. The Mica inclusions exhibit a chatoyancy, giving Seraphinite a wavery sheen, much like Charoite.Seraphinite promotes regeneration and self-healing.This stone is especially beautiful with its silvery white shimmering patterns on a sea green background. It's name is derived from the Seraphim (Angels of the highest order) and this stone is used to establish connections to the angelic realm. It carries these vibrations: Greater awareness of the Divine Feminine. Restoration of health and balance. Connects the physical with the angelic realm. Encourages living from the heart. Seraphinite is found only in the Lake Baikal region of Siberia.