Blue Tourmaline is a hexagonal crystal. It has a hardness of 7 to 7.5 on the Moh scale.
The colour of this Tourmaline is ‘blue’, but its hexagonal structure means that it works in a ‘yellow’ way.
What does this mean in practical terms?
Well, blue is associated with the Throat chakra and with communication.
This is normally associated with our ability to speak, to give voice to our thoughts and feelings.
But it can also be associated with our ability to connect heart with mind, so that we feel our thoughts, and understand our feelings.
So Blue Tourmaline allows us to speak and think in a yellow way, with clarity and discernment.
It can also give us a better understanding of our feelings and emotions… which after all are what motivate us to do what we do.
And it also allows us to ‘enjoy’ the process of communication, so providing support for those people who are afraid to speak up, who lack confidence in communicating who and what they are.
It is a useful vibration for those people who need to pause and think before they speak, who need to bring more consideration to the words they use when communicating.
Blue Tourmaline is also a wonderful vibration for people who engage in public speaking on a regular basis… or for those people who just love to sing.
For anyone who would like to source some Blue Tourmaline… the seller I am going to mention and recommend for Blue Tourmaline is Shane Michael Darreff… who is an online crystal seller who I have come to value and trust… and who is also a young man in his early 20s, passionate about crystals, but who is also putting himself through college in the US through the support of his online crystal selling business… so if you buy from him, you not only get some nice Blue Tourmaline, but you are also helping to fund his ongoing college education (kind of a win-win thing)… and if you don’t need any Blue Tourmaline at this time… why not like his public FB page jewelryessentialz so you can keep informed of any new offers he might have.
You can go to his Facebook Group via clicking on the Link below:
(c) Brian Parsons, June 2017