Blue Aragonite Tumbled Gemstone
Keywords: Intuition, Increased emotional perception and psychic ability
Chakras: Throat, Heart, Third Eye
Element: Wind, Water
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Blue Aragonite Healing Properties:
Blue Aragonite increases energy and it increases the energy of prayers and magick charms. Metaphysically this crystal is said to boost self-confidence and feelings of self-worth, diminishes anger and relieving stress. Blue aragonite is a gentle stone that is used to calm emotions and intensify enjoyment in all emotional states. It banishes the fear of feeling unwanted emotions and opens renewed abilities to feel all your emotions. This is a healthy alternative to suppressing and numbing your emotions due to fear or pain. It stimulates inner vision, assists the use of psychic abilities, is an excellent self-healing stone and encourages compassion and the ability to communicate.
Aragonite History and Uses:
Aragonite, also called tufa and tchazar crystal is named after the Aragon River in Spain where it was first discovered in 1788. Aragonite occurs in a variety of colors including white, grey, reddish, yellow, and blue. Interestingly it forms the skeletons of some marine creatures both living and fossilized and secreted by mollusks it forms the lustrous mother of pearl in shells and nacre in pearls. The most popular Aragonite for metaphysical uses is the reddish star clusters from Morocco or the blue specimens from China. Aragonite was traditionally used to bring a stabilizing effect to adolescents, helping them to be more patient, responsible and channel their energy productively. It was a favorite of Spanish monks who carved it to make their rosary beads.
Aragonite Geological Description:
Aragonite is chemically identical to Calcite but is formed under different geological conditions. It is found in the oxidized zone of ore deposits, in caves as stalactites, near hot springs, and in mineral veins. It is also produced in mollusks and Corals by biological processes. Aragonite is a calcium carbonate mineral with an orthorhombic crystal system and a hardness of 3.5 to 4. It can be found in Spain, Morocco, China, Greece, Austria, England, Czech Republic, Mexico, Peru, Pakistan and the USA.
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