Crystals that Correspond to the Astrological Sign of Libra
If you were born from September 23 - October 22, you are a Lebra.
Your Sun Stone is Peridot. It is a beautiful gem!
To see all the crystals, stones, and gems for Libra's scroll to the bottom of the page!
Or here is a listing of Libra Crystals and Stones
The middle of the harvest happens to be the time of the Zodiac sign Libra.
Libra is the only sign that is an inanimate object; the other signs have animals or humans representing them.
The astrological symbol that represents this zodiac sign is a balance beam, also referred to as The Balance. This is due to the factor that during this month the days and nights are equal length, and the Earth and Sun are in balance.
Librans are very strong-willed, artistic, sensitive, and respectful. They are really understanding and actually listen to other people's point of view. If there is an issue or problem they like to solve it by compromising. All they want to do is what's best for everyone.
Libras try to relate to other people and say the right thing as much as possible so they can make them feel comfortable. They are determined to accomplish goals no matter how hard it will be to succeed. If you try to prove a Libra's opinion wrong you better watch out. These people do not tolerate arguments or challenges from anyone.
When a Libran finds their true lover, this is the moment where they feel most complete. They love beautiful things such as the outdoors, charming partners, and just life itself. With their loving and caring attitudes and characteristics you better be careful or that love bug will bite you.
The traditional stone for those born under the Libra star sign is Peridot. Peridot's colors include lime green, yellow green, and olive green. The most green stones are called Peridot while the yellow green is chrysolite and olive green is olivine. This stone is also know to be a "Study Stone." It is also a dispeller strengthener crystal.
Peridot is now used as a healing stone. It's very effective in balancing the energy of the Heart Chakra. This stone also aids seeking for wisdom to help us become more understanding. It is highly recommended to use this particular stone if you have been through a rough and emotional path. If you use this stone, it could help mend the past emotional wounds and move on from sulking in depression or hiding from happiness.
Jade is another traditional stone for Libra. It comes in two forms, Jadeite and Nephrite. They are similar in appearance but have different composition. Since Jadeite has brilliant colors it is thought to be the real Jade. This stone also happens to be a symbol of love. Some people give their lovers this stone to show their devotion. When Jade is being used it helps bring you wisdom and balance. Black Jade protects from negative energies and helps keeps the peace of mind.
Aventurine not only represents Virgoians but also Librans. They are also known as "The Stone of Opportunity". Aventurine can be either opaque or translucent. The color of this stone ranges from green to peach, blue, and brown. It is also a talisman of luck. When using this stone it reduces stress, build strong confidence, and improves creativity. If you gamble a lot be sure to keep an Aventurine in your left pocket for good luck.
Tourmaline is yet another stone that is traditional for a Libran. Their colors ranges from pink, dark pink, black, blue, green, watermelon, brown, to yellow. This stone can help you break through stress, depression, and anxiety.
Pink Tourmaline helps aiding in recovering from abuse and brings you deep comfort with love.
Black Tourmaline is a protection stone and fights negative energies.
Blue and green Tourmaline both enhance your life energy. Rubellite and watermelon Tourmaline represent love, compassion, and emotional balance. Brown Tourmaline encourages stability.
Lastly, yellow Tourmaline enhances spiritual awareness.
As one born under the sun sign of Libra, you have quite a few choices about which crystals are really right for you. We suggest you first think of your favorite color, then find one of the stones discussed above that comes in that color. That is your stone!
- article and art by Jessica Sitarik, age 15.