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Gemstone Meaning & Healing

Gemstones suptle energy can help us in so many ways in our daily lives, if only we are aware of their qualities.

The magic of Rose Quartz

Using Sodalite

The magic of Sodalite

This collection of 154 jewels and gems was bequeathed to the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1913. #GemstoneJune

Ring | V&A Search the Collections

A rainbow of mineral samples at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. #GemstoneJune

Em for Gems - Em for Marvelous -

Abalone - stimulates psychic development and encourages imagination. Great for meditation.

Azurite: guides psychic development and intuition; aids in astral projection and lends control over spiritual expansion; heals stress, worry and depression

Moonstone is composed of two feldspar species, orthoclase and albite. The two species are intermingled. Then, as the newly formed mineral cools, the intergrowth of orthoclase and albite separates into stacked, alternating layers. When light falls between these thin, flat layers, it scatters in many directions producing the phenomenon called adularescence. Some of the finest Moonstone is from India

Apatite - Provides openness and social ease, instils motivation and drive. Helps with apathy, encourages liveliness and helps with exhaustion. Stimulates healthy eating habits. Power, Healing, Develop Psychic Abilities

Irish Worry Stone - In Irish folklore, rubbing a worry stone crafted from Connemara marble is believed to relieve worries and bring luck. It was also a traditional gift between families who vow friendship between them. It is renowned to bring good fortune to those who possess it.

fire opal stone--- Technically, the only type of opal known as 'fire opal' is Mexican Fire Opal, mined in Mexico, which usually has a distinct orange coloring. However, the term has been used to describe any kind of opal (normally a black opal shows it best) which displays a significant amount of red colouring. Red of course is the rarest colour, so these are quite valuable.


There are two categories of opals - common and precious. The Precious opals are composed of three groups: white, black, and fire opal.