Turquoise

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Imagine what it would be like to dive into a pool of deep, sky-blue water. The soothing calmness will help you relax as you say yes and commit yourself fully to your life goals! Turquoise has all the shades from across an ocean; connecting with your throat chakra so we can speak freely without fear or hesitation.

Turquoise is said to have originated in Turkey and comes from a region known for its rich Persian history. The color of this sacred, pale blue gem has changed over time with shades ranging all the way down to white or cream but it still maintains an extra layer that brings spiritual cleansing through natural colors like those seen on stars in the night sky. This makes one think about their own beliefs when they see these beautiful hues.

Turquoise is one of the world’s most ancient gems.  Turquoise is the national gem of Tibet and has long been considered a stone that guarantees health, good fortune, and protection from evil.

The gem’s name comes from the French expression Pierre torques, or “Turkish stone.”

Turquoise might lack the sparkle and clarity of transparent-colored gemstones but its multi-layered history and soul-satisfying color make it a desirable gem.

Blue Turquoise
The most-prized turquoise color is an even, intense, medium blue, sometimes referred to as robin’s egg blue or sky blue in the trade. The traditional source for this color is the Nishapur district of Iran, so you’ll also hear it described as “Persian blue,” whether or not it was actually mined in Iran.

Green Turquoise
Generally speaking, turquoise with a green to greenish-blue color is less desirable than turquoise with a pure blue hue, but it depends on personal preference. There are some contemporary designers who actively seek avocado and lime green turquoise.

 

Turquoise Properties
Mineral: Turquoise
Chemistry: CuAl6(PO4)4 (OH)8.5H2O
Color: Blue to green
Refractive Index: 1.610 to 1.650
Birefringence: Not detectable
Specific Gravity: 2.76 (+0.14, -0.36)
Mohs Hardness: 5 to 6

 

Turquoise Healing Properties

Turquoise is a stone that brings good luck, heals old wounds, and generally weaves more life-affirming fortune into your world. Here are some other benefits of turquoise:
I – It’s an excellent mineral for storing energy

II – Turquoise helps you find clarity during times when it may feel like nothing else can heal or make things better

III – Your third eye will be wide open because this color brings balance to all parts

IV – You’ll never lack motivation again thanks in large part due its calming nature

 

Turquoise and Health

Turquoise has been used for centuries as a healing stone. It can help with over-acidic conditions, relieving symptoms of rheumatism and other chronic illnesses including gout or stomach problems caused by too much uric acid in your body which leads to inflammation. Turquoise also promotes physical growth by increasing muscle strength while warming up the extremities – perfect if you’re feeling cold all day long! Finally, it relaxes cramps without any medication necessary making this crystal great choice when undergoing rigorous activities like yoga.

Turquoise is a stone with many health benefits. It can help you heal problems such as liver illness, anemia, and blood issues by increasing your physical strength while also promoting better hearing in both ears or the ability to move around easily without limitations.

 

Turquoise and Human Feelings

Turquoise is a stone that helps to balance moods and can dissolve an apathetic attitude. It also refreshes you when feeling tired or exhausted, as well as protects against sensitivity from outside influences. The calming energy of turquoise reduces the chance for anger-driven resentment towards others while releasing tension in those moments where it’s needed most.

Turquoise is a beautiful stone that helps remind us of the mood swings and feelings associated with premenstrual syndrome. It’s calming to see our thoughts in such an elegant form because it reminds you not just how valid those experiences can be but also what kind of masterpieces they really are.

 

Turquoise and Human Mind

Turquoise is a stone that encourages inner calm but still enables you to be wide awake and lively. It gives good intuition and foresight, making it perfect for those who want their quick mind on full alert at all times!

Turquoise will help you find your truth and speak it aloud. This mineral is excellent for projects that require creativity, such as storytelling or journalism work. When experiencing mental blocks use turquoise to bring inspiration back into focus so nothing gets lost in translation.

 

Turquoise and Human Spirit

Turquoise is a stone that will help you see the causes of your fate and how it has been created for yourself. It also makes one realize they are really in charge when creating their own luck, so Turquoise can be used as an awareness tool to remind people about this important message during tough times or just on days where things seem negative.

Turquoise is the color of wisdom and represents an ancient ally that will remind you to embrace all experiences, even those which may be difficult. Turquoise helps one find peace with themselves as they learn from each new lesson on Earth-whether it’s a mistake or success!

It’s a stone that can help you find peace in your heart. It has soothing energy and will provide protection for any property, both physical and spiritual! The Native American Indians believe turquoise brings good luck while also being protective of all things they love most – including their homes from lightning strikes (which would otherwise destroy them).

 

Turquoise and Chakras

The 7 chakras are a person’s internal energy centers and they’re aligned vertically near the spine. Energy enters your body through what we call “head” (heaven) or base(earth). The seven main points of intersection where these forces mingle create different patterns which can be seen as vibrant colors within our own being; each producing its own signature color-coded aura to represent health concerns such as stress levels, moods, etc… These vortexes were created so that all might share both physical spaces.  The chakras are in constant interaction with one another. They cannot really be separated, and serve as a balance to your entire being – both physical aspects like emotions or personality traits but also more abstract ones such as thoughts about yourself (think: beliefs).

Two extra chakras have recently been discovered by ancient yogic studies; the Earth Star Chakra and Soul-Star Chi. I have included a brief description of these on my page for you to learn more about them!

 

Turquoise and Auric Bodies

  • Physical
  • Etheric
  • Astral
  • Mental
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Human beings have seven bodies, one physical and six nonphysical. The six unseen bodies are known as auras.

The physical body and the six nonphysical bodies are interconnected with each other. The health of any or all auras contributes toward the overall physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of a person.

Auras, also known as energy bodies, are affected by all aspects of your life and the energy that feeds them comes from internal and external sources.  You’ll need high-quality prana or chi flowing into them to ensure the health of these energy bodies.

Physical Body

  • this is the body that you live in and is linked to the Base Chakra.

Etheric Body

  • a blueprint for the physical body and is made up of vibrating energy.  It’s linked to the Sacral Chakra.

Astral Body

  • your emotions reside here. It is comprised of different colors that are constantly changing based on how you feel.  Emotional experiences are also stored in the astral body and is linked to the Solar Plexus Chakra.

Mental Body

  • is made up of two parts, the lower and the higher. The lower mental body is linked to the solar plexus chakra, while the higher mental body is linked to the heart chakra.
    The lower mental body is where you do your everyday thinking. It is the mind that you use to reason, form mental arguments, create thought forms, and memorize things. The lower mental body is tied to your personality.   For example, thinking negatively will eventually permeate into the physical body.  Therefore changing your negative thought patterns can often change your mental health for the better.

As your spirituality develops you’ll raise your consciousness and it is through this pathway you’ll be able to tap into the One Mind.  The “One Mind” contains all information.  By opening your higher mental body you’ll receive moments of knowledge that flow to you.