Seraphinite is a lovely dark-green stone that changes sparkle and light as you view it from different positions. It comes from the mine “Korshunovskaia” which is situated not far from Baikal Lake in Eastern Siberia. The mineral got its name from the Greek words for inclined and green since its structure is monoclinic and its common color is green. Seraphinite, which is the gem variety of clinochlore, has silvery chatoyant fibers much like charoite. Seraphinite is believed to cause old patterns of disease and imbalance to fall away, creating a space for new patterns of well being to form.