Love, Wealth, and Abundance
Affirmation: I am at peace. All is well in my life. I am grateful for my ability to stay focused on what is truly important. I am a blessing to myself and others. I have many blessings. Love, wealth, and abundance come naturally to me.
Chakra(s): throat and third eye
About the stone: Silicon dioxide formed into microcrystalline quartz with synthetic blue color enhancement.
Astrological sign(s): Aquarius, Virgo
Mohs scale: 6.5 – 7
Spiritual uses: Use this stone to integrate grounded meditation experiences into your practices. This agate, which is often attractive to children, helps provide calm, grounded experiences for children’s spiritual activities.
Mental uses: Blue-dyed agate is useful for gaining insight and clarity. In cases where confusion or distractions exist, this stone can assist in gently guiding your attention back to the matter at hand. Use this stone with children for relieving stress regarding schoolwork or any type of study. It’s helpful for children as well as adults with ADD and ADHD.
Emotional uses: This stone will calm any inflamed emotions you may be experiencing.
Physical uses: Blue agate is a good stone to work with if you frequently strain parts of your body. Using this stone can help keep your attention on what you are doing. If you tend to become angry easily, this stone can remind you that everything is okay at the deepest level. Breathe deeply and allow the blue energy to dissipate the angry red energy from your consciousness. It is also a stone of good fortune and many blessings. Use this stone to discover your life’s work and fulfill your Divine purpose.
Divine guidance: Are looking for grounding and focus? Are you also experiencing some frustrations or agitation? Perhaps you are feeling aggravated or angry with someone or some situation. This is a reminder to focus your attention on a peaceful place within you and in all your interactions. Don’t sweat the small stuff.
Excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones. by Margaret Ann Lembo (Llewellyn. 2013)