Lapis lazuli is a stone of friendship and dreams coming true. By wearing lapis lazuli it becomes easier to be honest, have empathy, understanding and to find ways how to move on with life and keep friendships and relationships.
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Lapis lazuli frees the mind from old thought patterns, fears, and tensions, creating a better connection between feelings and thoughts. It also gives courage to make your dreams come true. Lapis lazuli is known all over the world as a stone promoting love and friendship, happiness, and playfulness, which helps to fulfil unexpected plans and ideas. In addition, it rejoins people in love and friendship, and helps in expressing thoughts and emotions.
Lapis lazuli favours intellectual development, encourages to take on a mission in life, reveals inner truth, self-awareness and self-expression, gives peace of mind and balance, and energises consciousness. When one is within its sphere of influence, it is easier to understand and solve problems that have been pushed into the subconscious; it creates feelings of unity and preserves decisiveness.
Balances the throat chakra, relieves cramps, and lowers fever. Soothes episodes of neuralgia, skin rashes, insect bites, pain, and swelling. Suitable for use in case of throat, tonsil, and thyroid diseases because it promotes the functioning of lungs, blood circulation, and lymph nodes. Relieves neuralgic pains and headaches, and lowers blood pressure (this is why people with low blood pressure should avoid it). Heals short-sightedness and blood diseases, soothes menstruation ailments, strengthens the thymus, and gives vitality. Very effective in the early stages of cancer.
Did you know?
- The three major minerals that comprise lapis are lazurite, calcite, and pyrite what are the golden flakes inside lapis lazuli.
- Historians believe the link between humans and lapis lazuli stretches back more than 6,500 years. The gem was treasured by the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, Greece, and Rome.
- According to Persian legends, the sky got its colour from lapis lazuli.
- Throughout its history, lapis has been fashioned into practical objects, including game boards, bowls, dagger handles, hair combs, and amulets.
Care and maintenance
It is recommended to clean the crystal once a week in dry sea salt instead of water. Charging for long periods in sunshine or heat (hot water) should be avoided otherwise the colour can fade. Household chemicals and perfumes are not a friend of any crystal. Don't keep in a closed plastic bag.
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