Description: Extremely beautiful Chrysopal Bracelet. When worn, you will feel a wave of serenity crash over you. Chrysopal is a type of opal similar to prase opal, but with a golden-green color. You will receive the typical item shown.
Size: Measures 3 inches in diameter. Weight is about 20 grams.
Primary Uses: Opal is a stone of lore and legend. This opal is a healing stone, long associated with the eyes. It is also a stone extensively used in honoring several Goddesses. It is the traditional birthstone of those born in October. .According to fable, Peruvian blue opal is a calming stone that can pacify the mind and alleviate sleep issues. These stones assist to release blockages of communication and letting the user to handle pressure more serenely. They also endorse harmony and education. Also, it also projects the control of the user; as it’s either negative or positive. Read more in the Tabs below.
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Opal is amorphous. That means it has no crystalline structure. It is composed of silicon dioxide and therefore is a Transformer Crystal. Transformers crystals have the earth power to help us change our lives in some manner. Transformers are an extremely important class of crystals. Efforts to change our situations, our prospects, our health, our relationships, our outlook, and ourselves can all be enhanced by using a Transformer talisman.
Transformation is a key use of crystal energy and power. Many human activities are aimed at transforming ourselves into something more desirable, more employable, happier, or more capable. Many people are searching for a better life, and know that transforming themselves is a necessary first step.
Opal is the traditional birthstone of those born in the month of October.
Opal is a traditional healing crystal that is used to strengthen the will to live and enjoy life. It is used to ease the pain of childbirth. It is an augmenting crystal that helps direct the energies of others. Some have used it for clearing the base and sacral chakras. It promotes relaxations and has been used to cure headaches. It has long been associated with the eyes. It was called the Eye Stone by early Lapidaries in the Middle Ages. Placed on the eyes for a few minutes it is reported to ease the tension of eye strain.
The Blue/Green Opals from the Andes Mountains are said to assist the user to find a faithful friend to disclose in. It is also a tension reducer and helpful for weight loss. It is mystically known as a stone of courage and creativity. It is also believed to be a perfect reliever to ingenuity and communication of all kinds.
Opals are used to celebrate and honor Cerdea, the Roman Goddess of Doorways and Entry. Put one near your front door to welcome guests. It is also used for honoring Chirakan-Ixmucane, the Mayan Creator Goddess; Cyhiraeth, the Welsh Goddess of Streams and Brooks; Dana, the Celtic River Goddess; Ixchel, the Mayan Goddess of Childbirth; and Persephone, Queen of the Underworld. Of course these Peruvian Opals are used to honor Pachamama, the earliest Inca Goddess of Fruitfulness and Mother Earth.
These opals have mostly Water elemental energy. Water energy is the energy of stillness, quiet strength, and purification. It embodies potentialities unrealized. It is yielding, formless, yet powerful. The water element brings the power of regeneration and rebirth. It is the energy of the circle of life.
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.
Opal is used in meditations in which you seek to reaffirm your connection with the earth and her spirit. The flow of love from the nurturing planet is facilitated with the use of a boulder opal bright with the colors of the earth and her glory. Mostly this is a soothing, calming, grounding crystal that reconnects you with the elemental joy of the natural world.
Opal is extensively used in a wide variety of uses. It has a soothing, healing energy. It has been used as a symbol of love in many cultures. It is reported to be a seductive stone and an emotional stabilizer. It is used to contact spirit guides, and some use it to communicate with people of distant stars. It encourages an interest in art and music. Opal was known to the ancient Romans as the Cupid Stone, and served as a symbol of hope and purity. It is also believed to reduce anxiety, over fatigue, and weight loss. It also provides shield while travelling and as a source of good fortune