Emerald is known as “the Seeker of Love & a Revealer of Truth” which inspires an ongoing search for deeper meaning, justice, compassion & harmony.
Also called the “Crystal of Successful Love” which opens up & nurtures the Heart Chakra.
Emerald has a very soothing energy which invites deep healing to all levels of our being, bringing freshness & vitality to our souls.
Emerald brings inspiration & patience, but also embodies unity, compassion & unconditional love.
Emerald invites great balance between partners & is known also for helping creating domestic bliss, peace, contentment & loyalty.
Emerald has been traditionally used as a protection against enchantment & spells.
Emerald was considered a symbol of eternal life in Egyptian times, a gift of Thoth, the god of wisdom.
Emerald is an amazing crystal for reviving passion into any area of your life whether be a person, relationship or job.
When worn over your heart, Emerald can attract romantic love. If you would like to call back an ex-lover, speak the words you wish to say to them into an envelope then simply seal the envelope. Next either place the envelope away somewhere or simply send it to the person.
As a tumbled stone Emerald invites self-esteem & confidence especially in young kids or teenagers that are being bullied or being made to feel inferior due to the inability to afford the latest designer goods.
Emerald in its natural form or as a tumbled stone when held for five minutes a day brings rapid recall of facts.
Emerald invites success in business & also is particularly well-known for assistance in legal affairs, trials & litigation.
Emerald has a deeply calming effect on the emotions.
Emerald is a magical crystal for inviting more artistic creativity & bringing focus & intensity to one’s life.
Emerald is especially good for those in the workplace. Emerald increases mental acuity, strengthens memory & inspires eloquence in speech.
“Emerald brings a soothing mental & emotional equilibrium, making it extremely beneficial in stimulating cooperation and understanding within a group of people. It is also helpful in relieving claustrophobia”. Hall, 127