Aquamarine is a type of beryl and its pale blue colour that reminds us of clear sea water (hence the name) is given by the combination of various metals.
Aqua” is the Latin word for water and “marine” means “of the sea,” which signifies the Aquamarine meaning and its link to ancient water kingdoms. With its stunning shade of translucent pale turquoise, true Aquamarine is popular for incorporating into jewelry design. Because of its connection to the sea, the Aquamarine crystal meaning works to clear and cleanse the water element within our bodies, which is crucial to health and overall wellness. By reconnecting us to earth’s life-giving water element, the Aquamarine properties help to remove emotional toxicity and encourage feelings of inner peace.
The remedy has soothing properties, particularly in cases of past grief and it helps to face up to hard truths, giving clarity and healing the heart. Trauma after a life changing event (see Ignatia).
Colin Griffith calls Aquamarine the “Arnica of the soul”, which is a great expression that really gives you an idea of what this remedy can help with.
Physically too, Aquamarine has an affinity with the heart, the cardiovascular system.
It works on the endocrine system and follows well Silica and Thuja to rectify adverse reactions from immunization.
It protects from the electromagnetic waves from mobile phones, it can be considered for children who are constantly around EMF, particularly subjects on the autistic spectrum.
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