Peridot Sterling Silver Ring
Natural peridot cabochon set in sterling silver bezel on sterling silver band. The stones are between 6mm x 8mm in height and between 6mm and 7mm in width.
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KEY WORDS Increase prosperity, warmth, well-being
CHAKRAS Solar Plexus (3rd), Heart (4th)
PHYSICAL Supports the heart and circulatory system, can be used to help one quit smoking
EMOTIONAL Emanates sense of well-being, helps one feel worthy and happy
SPIRITUAL Aids in creating abundance, quiets spiritual fear, inspires generosity
PERIDOT is a magnesium iron silicate with an orthorhombic crystal system and a hardness of 7. Its olive to lime green colour is caused by iron. Major sources are Pakistan, Brazil, Australia and the USA.
Peridots are little green nuggets of positive power. Their vibration brings an inner sense of warmth and well-being, like sunshine on a spring day. Peridots help one activate and harmonize the third and fourth chakras, creating an integration of Love and Will. They can assist us in having the courage to act out our heart’s desires, and to be generous to others, even as we pursue our individual destinies.
Peridot is a stone of financial and spiritual abundance, and it can aid in attracting and creating our most important inner visions. Peridot can be used to bless and energize one’s work, whether it be tending one’s garden, raising children, working as a healer, building a business or assisting others in such activities. It is a tool for helping to bring physical reality into alignment with one’s inner truth. This includes success and abundance in one’s career endeavours, if one is doing one’s right work, and if one believes oneself to be deserving of success.
Peridot can assist one in re-establishing a sense of self-worth if one is plagued by guilt or regret for past deeds. It quiets spiritual fears and allows one to move forward on one’s evolutionary path. It supports one in taking responsibility and making amends for any suffering one may have caused.
Source: The Pocket Book Of Stones by Robert Simmons