Tanzanite Birthstone Necklace
Natural Tanzanite cabochon claw set sterling silver pendant on a 45cm sterling silver chain. The gemstones used in these pieces are approximately 7.5mm x 5.5mm. Tanzanite is the birthstone for December.
KEY WORDS Linkage of the mind and heart, enhanced spiritual perception, compassionate self-expression, adherence to truth
CHAKRAS Heart (4th), Throat (5th), Third Eye (6th), Crown (7th), Soul Star (8th)
PHYSICAL Supports thyroid and adrenals, enhances neural links between brain and heart
EMOTIONAL Encourages compassion, calms the mind, inspires joy
SPIRITUAL Aids in knowing and expressing the wisdom of the heart
TANZANITE is a calcium aluminium silicate with an orthorhombic crystal system and a hardness of 6.5 to 7. The colour is mostly blue or blue-violet, though some crystals are yellow. It comes from Tanzania, Africa.
Tanzanite integrates the energies of the mind and heart. It opens a cascade of thoughts and insights, but it keeps one calmly anchored in the heart’s wisdom. The integration of mind and heart offered by Tanzanite takes place through the linkage and attunement of the heart and third eye chakras. Bringing the heart into communion with the mind is essential to achieving wholeness.
Tanzanite helps by making the heart’s promptings more noticeable to the mind and connecting a circuit between the heart and third eye. One feels this circuit as a fluttering vibration of joy and pleasure. Another effect of Tanzanite’s linking the mind and heart occurs at the throat chakra.
Tanzanite’s energy makes it easier to speak the heart’s truth with eloquence and makes it difficult to conceal or deny what one knows in one’s heart.
Tanzanite is one of the Synergy Twelve stones, along with Moldavite, Phenacite, Danburite, Azeztulite, Herderite, Tibetan Tektite, Petalite, Brookite, Natrolite and Scolecite. It harmonizes with Larimar, Charoite, Ruby-Zoisite and most Quartz. It has a powerful affinity for Satyaloka Rose and Satyaloka Yellow Azeztulite, which link mind and heart.
Source: The Pocket Book Of Stones by Robert Simmons