calming - patience - truth - encourages communication - eases worry & loneliness  - inner power - divine goddess energy - soothes anger - wisdom - teaching - awareness - understanding

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History & Origin:

Chrysocolla is a secondary copper silicate mineral that can often be found intermingled with Malachite, Azurite, Cuprite & Turquoise. Its stunning blue-green pattern is reminiscent of the Earth from above or a calm ocean landscape. The term "Chrysocolla" was initially coined by Theophrastus in 315 B.C. The name originates from the Greek words chrysos, meaning "gold," & kolla, meaning "glue." This name was chosen to symbolise the material's historical usage as a soldering agent for gold.

Metaphysical Properties:

Just like the relaxing waters it resembles, this stone holds a soothing energy, releasing tension, worry, & anxiety. Chrysocolla eases anger, especially during arguments or debates. It can invite patience, tolerance, understanding & the confidence to speak up with wisdom & ease, making it perfect for individuals who struggle to let their voice be heard. It can heal the throat area & remove any difficulty expressing oneself honestly. Chrysocolla has long been connected to the archetype of the old, wise woman, as well as being a stone for hermits & monks. Because of this, it has been known to ease loneliness & bring support & protection to those who are secluded or living alone. This crystal is connected to femininity, empowerment & can encourage you to embrace your inner divine goddess. Known as the Teaching Stone, Chrysocolla can inspire you to share your highest knowledge with others & draw towards you people who are in need of your guidance & wisdom.

How to use:

Place in your home to bring a calming, peaceful energy to your space, as well as ease loneliness. Hold one when overwhelmed, stressed or angry. Carry one with you to encourage truth & confidence during difficult conversations or when speaking in public.

! This stone should avoid contact with water.