This pendant features a purple and blue Mohave Tyrquoise heart wrapped in copper wire that has been antiqued to show detail and depth.
Turquoise is one of my favorite favorites. It balances extreme fluctuations of mood and dissolves an apathetic self martyring attitude. It also refreshes you when you are tired, down cast or exhausted. Turquoise protects you from sensitivity to outside influences.
Turquoise calms agitation. Its calming energy helps you to release tension, reduce anger and relieve headaches.
Turquoise balances the mood swings commonly associated with premenstrual syndrome. This stone helps to remind you that the feelings and realisations you receive during the premenstrual and peri-menopausal periods of your life are valid, and you are able to act upon them with grace and ease. This is a stone of validation when it comes to downloading wisdom and truth. Speak your truth with love and beauty.
It shields the emotions, heals heartache and heartbreak. Turquoise is a stone for self forgiveness, self acceptance and the release of useless regrets, It encourages you to honour yourself as a creation and a tool of the Divine.
Turquoise opens and softens hardness of the heart, it breaks down walls that you have put up around your heart. It heals people who say that they will never love again. This stone promotes trust, compassion for yourself and others, friendship and relationships. It will facilitate healing of your mother issues. Turquoise will help you learn how to be a mother and acquire nurturing skills.
Turquoise helps you overcome feelings of being a martyr or symptoms of self sabotage. It instils inner calm and helps creative expression. Turquoise stabilises mood swings and stimulates romantic love.
Turquoise will help you with feelings of exhaustion, depression and panic attacks.
(Mojave Turquoise, is a trade name for a stabilised, dyed turquoise that comes from the Kingman Turquoise Mine in Arizona. There are three different colours of turquoise created by this company; they are blue, green and purple.)