emotional harmony - nurturing - calms self-doubt & fear - aids communication - listening - inner peace - eases social anxiety - creative writing - soothing
History & Origin:
Blue Chalcedony is an uncommon cryptocrystalline silicate mineral & a member of the Quartz family. It is found in several places around the world, with main locations being Turkey & Namibia. Blue Chalcedony occurs in both crystalline & massive forms, which makes it highly desirable among lapidaries, jewellery designers & collectors. Its pale to deep blue colour can be attributed to the “Tyndall Effect,” which is defined as light scattering by colloid sized particles. Chalcedony is one of the most ancient gemstones, getting its name from the Latin word ‘chalcedonius,’ after the ancient Greek maritime town of Chalcedon where it was once found.
Blue Chalcedony has a soft hue that can inspire feelings of peace, harmony, relaxation & serenity. This dreamy stone eases critical self-talk & removes doubtful beliefs. If you have difficulties speaking up or communicating with others, this crystal can help you find your strength & confidence to let your voice be heard. It eases social anxiety & public speaking fears, as well as brings feelings of tranquillity & balance. Blue Chalcedony can help ease anger & disappointment directed at oneself, & it can encourage self-forgiveness. This stone is perfect for creative individuals who wish to communicate their ideas to the world. Whether you are a poet, musician or writer, this stone can inspire self-expression & authenticity. It can also stimulate the ability to learn new languages & improves memory. Not only can this stone support your skills on a physical level, it can also open up spiritual communication. It creates a pathway for receiving clear messages from the Spirit World & encourages you to be receptive & accepting to what they have to say.
How to use:
Place in your home to bring nurturing, relaxation & serenity. Place over Throat Chakra to inspire self-expression, honesty & fearless communication.
! This stone may fade if left in direct sunlight.