Chrysoprase 1st Grade Medium tumbled Stone
It is very difficult to strike a balance in the modern world, where emotional openness and communication are not highly valued, yet, at the same time, grand acts of romance are put on a pedestal. This leads to many people struggling with feeling resentment and dealing with blockages of energy in their heart chakra and when you heal your heart chakra, you find better emotional balance and will find yourself relating to others on a more healthy, personal level.
In addition, the bright colour of chrysoprase is related to spring, growth, and nature. This is a very natural and obvious connection, but it shouldn’t be understated – if you are interested in working nature magic or becoming more connected to the natural world, this is a great stone for you! Ecologists and those concerned about the environment may find that this stone is very useful in helping focus your energy towards conservation projects and encouraging people to join you in your efforts. And of course, this chrysoprase meaning ties it back into the themes of compassion and nurturing found in the heart chakra, too. Love and emotional attachment is just as strongly felt for pets, animals and even plants as it is for our fellow human beings. Chrysoprase promotes forgiveness and kindness, so you can reach out to nature’s joys more effectively.
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