Aquamarine on Smoky Quartz Cluster
Description: Aquamarine on Smoky Quartz Cluster. Aquamarine evokes the purity of crystalline waters, and the exhilaration and relaxation of the sea. It is calming, soothing, and cleansing, and inspires truth, trust and letting go. In ancient lore, Aquamarine was believed to be the treasure of mermaids, and was used by sailors as a talisman of good luck, fearlessness and protection.
Smoky Quartz’s phenomenal power, then and now, lies in its ability to protect and ground one physically and spiritually to this world, and to absorb and transmute significant amounts of negative energy and release it into the Earth to be neutralized naturally. It provides a vital shield against psychic attack, emotional and environmental stress, and is used extensively in healing and meditation. You will receive the exact item shown.
Size: 70 x 50 x 45 mm. Weighs 142 grams.(2.8 x 2 x 1.8 inches. Wt: 5 ounces.)
Primary Uses: The Aquamarine is a ancient talisman used by the Romans to purify water. It is a traditional birthstone of those born in March. Aquamarine is traditionally a calming stone, and it is associated with the Throat Chakra. Wear it to keep your throat healthy and your breathing calm and assured in times of stress. Read more about Aquamarine in the table below or in the Crystal Metaphysical Encyclopedia entry for Aquamarine.
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Talismans or Amulet: Aquamarine is a Seeker Energizer Crystal. Seeker Energizers are fantastic energy conduits of the Universal Life Force that help us have the energy and determination to success in seeking new changes in our lives. It will aid you in efforts to become more flexible, stronger, and to eat right. It is also used as a safety talisman, a talisman of profit, and as a personal talisman in long-term efforts to have financial security in old age.
Aquamarine, with its light blue rays is excellent for recovery efforts from addictions or destructive behavior patterns. It will in curbing tempers and helping you become mellower and milder. This is a potent crystal that can help you to change your life to become more dependable and cheerful. It is helpful in dealing with grief, letting go of the past, and curing guilt.
Color Energy: With its blue color, aquamarine, Aquamarine is is the color of the true birthstones of those born as the world awaits the vernal equinox and spring (February 19–March 19). This is a time when new life is about to burst forth, a time of faith and trust.
Natural Birthstone: Aquamarine is the traditional birthstone of those born in the month of March. Great birthday gift.
Goddess: Aquamarine is used to honor three goddesses: Akna, the Mayan Goddess of Motherhood, Kuan-Yin, the
Chinese Goddess of Mercy, and Kupala, the
Slavonic Water Goddess.
Healing: Aquamarine is associated with the Throat Chakra. The throat chakra is the voice of the body. It is a pressure valve that allows the energy from the other chakra to be expressed. If it is out of balance or blocked it can affect the health of the other chakras.
When it is in balance we can express what we think and what we feel. We can communicate our ideas, beliefs, and emotions. When the throat chakra is in balance and open, we can bring our personal truth out into the world.
Zodiac: Aquamarine is associated with SCORPIO (23 Oct – 21 Nov).
Feng Shui: Aquamarine brings us Water Energy. Water energy is traditionally associated with the North area of a home or room. It is associated with the Career and Life Path area. Its flowing energy will assure a balance of energy as your life unfolds and flows. To keep your life moving forward towards your goals use the water elements energy. (In some modern feng shui approaches Blue is associated with Earth Energy, see Feng Shui explanation page.)
Other Information: Other practitioners report that Aquamarine is a cooling and calming stone. In the Book of Stones, Robert Simmons reports it to be a stone of the water element and one that is a doorway to communications with the Goddess.
In Crystal Medicine, Marguerite Elsbeth tells us Aquamarine offers protection and courage.
In Stone Power II, Dorothee Mella reports Aquamarine as the “Sailor’s Stone”. She reports the Romans considered it a purifying stone and made goblets from it.