Blue topaz is the birthstone for the month of December. It comes in 3 shades of blue. The lightest shade is “Swiss blue”, the more vibrant shade is “Sky blue” and the deepest shade is “London blue”. This stone comes from the mineral silicate and has a hardness of 8. Topaz is a soothing and empathetic stone believed to direct energy to the place it is most needed. Topaz is a promoter of truth and forgiveness. It facilitates good communication and helps in the discovery of true feelings.
Once worn as an amulet to ward off anger and revenge, Blue Topaz is believed to moderate passion and anger, promote forgiveness and drive away melancholy. It assists one in attracting and absorbing that which is needed from the universe. It helps the wearer to enact the things necessary to change her physical world by putting her in touch with the higher desires of self. It is also the symbol of friendship, fellow feeling and faithfulness. Blue topaz prompts success in love and steers the wearer away from emotional setbacks.
Some of its believed physical healing properties include clearing toxins from the body and fighting insomnia. It instills a sense of trust in the universality of all, allows the wearer to surrender to the pre-planned destiny.
Blue topaz is found in Russia, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, the United States and Czech Republic.SHOP BLUE TOPAZ JEWELRY
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