MARCH - AQUAMARINE

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                March Birthstone:     Aquamarine

 

It is calming, soothing, and cleansing, and inspires truth, trust and letting go. It reminds me of the cool ocean  waves while laying on the beach in the Caribbean seas



Aquamarine Facts... Why Would You Love It?

Aquamarine is a beautiful piece of jewelry, that is a pleasure to wear.

The meaning of this crystal's name derives from the Latin, meaning 'water of the sea'.

The milky aquamarine gemstones, and are clearer stones and opaque crystals are much loved, particularly to use to make fine quality jewelry,

These lovely stones are powerful to assist in self-healing, and they have strong metaphysical properties that help you to let go of old emotional issues you may be holding on to.

They are useful healing crystals for you to use to help to relieve stress as they will also aid you to reduce the tension around a specific issue.

The main thing is to keep it within your aura for as long as possible during the day. Whatever your choice is whether wearing jewelry of any type or keeping a stone in your pocket will benefit you.

Jewelry made from these crystals comes in many lovely styles, including being mixed with other first-rate crystals, and are available at a variety of prices.

Beautiful gemstones made from this stone are available and keeping them on the body is especially valuable when you are working on integrating any of its specific healing qualities. 

As Morganite looks like rose quartz and Heliodor is like a topaz or Citrine and is another form of the beryl variety that has a deep heart based vibration. One of the Aquamarine facts for you to consider, if you are thinking about using this crystal, is about the color of the stone.

The color of Aquamarine stones is a mixture of both blue and green, which makes it a stone for the heart chakra, the thymus and the throat chakra.

Pictures of the Beryl forms are Below:

      Heliodor                                                 Morganite       

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