Affirmation: I am a conduit for goodness, prosperity, and love. I am open to receive inspiration, wealth, and good health! My power is immeasurable. I easily transform anger and frustration through conscious release and awareness. My body naturally removes toxic substances from my system.
Color: metallic orange-gold
Chakra(s): navel, solar plexus, heart, and third eye
About the stone: Copper is a metallic element usually found in rounded masses without crystal form. When found in its mostly pure metallic form it is a reddish color. It is responsible for the blue and green coloring of copper sulfides such as chalcopyrite and peacock copper, copper carbonates such malachite and azurite, and other copper-containing minerals like dioptase, chrysocolla and turquoise.
Astrological sign(s): Gemini, Scorpio
Mohs scale: 3
Spiritual uses: Copper’s thermal and electrical conductive qualities increases you ability to tap into the cosmos to garner wisdom, knowledge, and surprising information that can be applied to your spiritual practice of meditation, prayer, and contemplation.
Mental uses: Copper provides a clear conduit for messages and inspiration. It is beneficial for writers, musicians, and inventors who feel stumped or stagnant. Because of its historical use as money, use it to encourage prosperous thinking and allow it to activate your ability to attract wealth and abundance.
Emotional uses: Copper opens your heart despite aggravating or demeaning situations that took place in the past, enabling you to gaze into the sacred mirror to find the lustrous beauty within yourself and to connect with the Divine feminine energy available to everyone regardless of gender.
Divine Guidance: What kind of bandwidth are you working with? Are you receiving a clear signal and comprehensible messages from others and the Universe? It’s time to clear your channel and allow wisdom to flow through you. Believe in yourself. Have confidence in your ability to tap into universal knowledge and wisdom.
Excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones. (Llewellyn. 2013) by Margaret Ann Lembo