Aquamarine is a blue-colored variety of beryl, a mineralogical group that includes emerald or morganite. Aquamarine is known for its breathtaking blue color, which resembles the sea level. It owes its beautiful color to small particles of iron.
- Aquamarine classification:
- Element: water
- Planet: Moon, Neptune
- Signs: Aquarius, Pisces, Gemini, Aries, Libra, Scorpio
LEGEND ABOUT AQUAMARINE
In ancient legends, aquamarine was most often associated with the sea goddess Amphitrite, who was the wife of Poseidon, and also the goddess Aphrodite, who is said to have been born of sea foam. Another legend says that aquamarine comes from a treasure trove of mythical mermaids. Probably for this reason, since then, aquamarine has been considered the stone of sailors to whom it brings good luck. Aquamarine protected sailors from drowning and gave them courage on their long voyages.
EFFECTS OF AQUAMARINE
Aquamarine is a stone of ancient sea goddesses, a stone of peace, joy and happiness, especially in relationships. It symbolizes courage, suppresses stress and calms the mind, frees fear. It can break old self-defense programming and help take responsibility for one's own destiny. It sharpens intellect and receptivity, clears blocked communication and increases self-expression. A great stone for meditation, it creates a protective shield of the aura, balances the chakras and cleanses the neck chakra.
From a physical point of view, it ensures good health, relieves toothache, treats stomach, esophagus, jaw, sore throat, hay fever. It also works against myopia and farsightedness. Balances the pituitary gland and thyroid gland. In addition, it has a good effect on muscle mass.
CLEANING AND CHARGING OF AQUAMARINS
Charging: In the shade or in daylight but not in direct sunlight.