“Let me heal you with my words.”

Chrysocolla

Nurturing ~ Communication

Legend says, Chrysocolla has been a stone of conciliation and reassurance thought the world.

Is the first and foremost stone of communication.  Its very essence is devoted to expression, empowerment and teaching. The serenity of its turquoise-blue color discharges negative energies, calms, and allows truth and inner wisdom to surface and be heard. A peaceful stone, it emphasizes the power our words and actions have on those around us, and encourages compassion and strengthening of character.

In ancient Egypt, it was called the ‘wise stone’ as those who wore it generally came up with clever comprises when it seems and unbearable pass in negotiations. It was also thought it would protect the wearer against psychological damage as well. Lore also tells that this stone had the power to make more violent people more sensitive and tolerant, which is apparently why Cleopatra carried chrysocolla with her everywhere she went.

It was used as a healing stone with native Indian tribes that attributed many powers to it. Not only calming the body and mind, but also strengthening the resistance of the body to diseases and other influences.

Chrysocolla is a stone of empowerment of the feminine energies, teaching that genuine power is best expressed through gentleness. It is a stone of the Goddess, and those who resonate with it will likely feel her ancient and enduring energies rising within themselves. [Simmons, 114]

Chrysocolla is a stone of wise women everywhere. Worn or carried, it helps older women to express their knowledge and experience through writing, painting, music, crafts or acting. It is aremarkable gift for first-time grandmothers and great-grandmothers to help balance their new caring role, and is a good stone for those who may feel nervous at home at night if living alone. [Eason, 231]

It is the stone of forgiveness, peace, and the strengthening of emotional bonds. It encourages compassion, and helps us recover our natural spontaneity. [Megemont, 54]

Chrysocolla is a teaching stone, encouraging us to reveal our highest knowledge so that others may benefit from our experiences. This may come in the form of speaking lovingly to a friend and offering insights, a teacher to a student, or by simply modeling the power of words, chosen wisely with knowledge of their impact in the world. It is also a valuable tool for those who speak for a living. [Ahsian, 115]

Stone of earth Stewardship – It helps one attune to the Earth and communicate with its spiritual forces, providing direction to do what is required to help the Earth heal itself. [Melody, 204]

Teaches the value of both expression and the virtue of keeping silent. One can speak and say nothing, or remain silent and speak volumes. This stone’s soothing energy dispels highly charged emotional situations, angry words or fear-filled sarcasm, to allow one’s truth to be shared with wisdom and true communication. [Ahsian, 115]

Chrysocolla releases the cells that hold on to sickness, which clears the way for healthy new cells to regenerate tissue and organs.

Chrysocolla helps to clear the subconscious of negative feelings of guilt, fears and mental tension by summoning up inner strength. It aids in releasing old resentment and in forgiving people you’ve been holding resistance to. It is exceptionally helpful in dealing with the anger and pain associated with rape, or abuse of any kind.

Chrysocolla makes a bridge of energy between the Earth and the Sky, the physical and the spiritual planes. Chrysocolla is generally associated with peace and tranquility, intuition, patience and unconditional love. Chrysocolla is a powerful source of life-force energy and a stone for feminine empowerment; helping to build feminine energies and calm emotions.