Peridot is sometimes also called chrysolite. It is basically a gem-quality olivine. Energetically powerful and warm stone, that heals all old wounds in heart and brings light and love and happiness to your days.
Keywords: protections, cleansing heart, harmony of family, curing depression, flow of life-energy, heals jealousy, heals anxiety, self-trust, clarity, balance.
Peridot is connected to love and softness. Peridot teaches that there is no point in holding on to the past. It shows how to liberate oneself from outside influences and how to hope for guidance from higher energies. Peridot makes life harmonious and encourages the possessor to be more sentimental and poetic. At home, peridot develops caring between family members by neutralizing conflicts and disagreements.
Peridot strengthens the heart and home, as well as the family’s happiness. These stones are perfect for cleansing the heart, for helping a person to express his/her joy, and for becoming free from melancholy. Peridot helps life's energy to flow faster in the body; therefore, it is good in case of burnout. The stones relieve the process of embracing life changes and overcoming traumas. The stone is the symbol of renewal and retrieval of joy. Peridot opens up the senses to new goals and the future. It grants inner visions and helps to see what is yet to come. It protects from nightmares and imaginations, as well as from the evil eye.
Peridot has an invigorating effect. It heals and regenerates tissues, strengthens the metabolism, and is beneficial for the skin. It supports the heart, thymus gland, lungs, gall bladder, spleen and digestive tract. It improves sores and strengthens the eyes. Its energy balances bipolar disorder.
Did you know?
- The ancient Egyptians mined peridot on the Red Sea island of Zabargad, the source for many large fine peridots in the world’s museums. The Egyptians called it the “gem of the sun.”
- Peridot crystals are found in meteorites: some rare extraterrestrial crystals are even big enough to facet as cut gemstones.
- Some historians believe that Cleopatra’s famous emerald collection might actually have been peridot. People in medieval times continued to confuse peridot with emerald.
Care and maintenance
Wash 1–2 times per month under luke-warm running water and recharge in the sunshine and moonlight. No crystal likes household chemicals and perfumes. For "programming" use insence.
Scorpio, Leo, Virgo, Capricorn