- Aquamarine: Believed by the Greek and Romans to protect when sailing
- Kyanite: For healing throat problems, and dissolving anger and frustration
- Lapis Lazuli: To empower, aid in pregnancy, and improve dreaming
- Milk Opal: Aided the Ancient Egyptians and Babylonians in healing
- Sapphire: Assists in bringing serenity and tranquility, aiding spiritual growth
- Turquoise: Associated with horse riding and named the ‘Horseman’s Stone’
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Blue Crystals - Healing
Our eyes are more receptive to the colour blue than any other colour. Blue is prominent in our surroundings, in the sky, in the sea, and with so much blue in our lives it is also easy to see why this colour is associated with a sense of space which expands our consciousness.
Since the time of ancient
, the colour blue has been associated with healing and calming the mind. The Egyptian priests would powder the crystal, lapis lazuli, for use in ceremonies. Egypt
Lapis lazuli has long been used for healing in relation to the respiratory and nervous systems. It also promotes quietening of the mind, and is an excellent crystal to assist with self expression, writing, creativity and dream insight.
The Aquamarine is also the modern birthstone for the month of March, with the meaning of courage; the Sapphire for September, with the meaning of clear thinking; the Opal for October, with the meaning of hope; and the Turquoise for December, with the meaning of prosperity.