Chrysoberyl Meaning and Spiritual Properties

Chrysoberyl Meaning and Spiritual Properties

Chrysoberyl is a stone of new beginnings, bringing compassion, confidence, forgiveness and generosity. This crystal helps you to see both sides of an argument, the best in any situation. It helps you to break repetitive cycles.

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Chrysoberyl is a stone of new beginnings, bringing compassion, confidence, forgiveness and generosity. This crystal helps you to see both sides of an argument, the best in any situation. It helps you to break repetitive cycles.

Physical Energy Properties: The energy of this stone is good for the kidneys, liver and pancreas. It helps with cholesterol problems and with infections. It balances adrenaline and cholesterol, fortifies the chest and liver and supports overall wellbeing.

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Emotional Energy Properties: It helps with coming to terms and understanding illness. A crystal that encourages forgiveness, kindness to self, clearer thinking, self-confidence and peace of mind. It is a good stone for creativity. Chrysoberyl is associated with self-control and discipline, promoting concentration and the ability to learn. It is thought to help the wearer strive for excellence.

Spiritual Energy Properties: Chrysoberyl helps with personal spirituality. It aligns the solar plexus and the crown chakras. It Opens the crown chakra which increases both spiritual and personal power.

Chakras: Sacral

Astrological signs: Leo

History: Chrysoberyl was discovered in 1789, and described and named by German geologist, Abraham Gottlob Werner. Chrysoberyl was once a popular gemstone used for jewelery during the Edwardian and Victorian times, but as the stone became scarcer its popularity declined.

Source: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ghana, Myanmar, Norway, Pakistan, Russia, United States, Zimbabwe

Variations, Rarity and Value: A golden yellow, yellow with brown, green with red crystal. Tabular, hexagonal transparent yellow crystals. The green variety of Chrysoberyl is called Alexandrite and looks red in artificial light. Chrysoberyl is a really hard gem, with a rating of 8.5 on the Mohs scale.

How to use it: When used with other crystals, it highlights the cause of disease. When used for jewelry, fine faceted Chrysoberyl is considered to be a good alternative to the more expensive yellow sapphire.



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