It’s one of the oldest stones used in jewellery making, dating back to well before 5000 BC, often called the sky stone after its colour.Turquoise is used by many tribal communities all around the world.Mandalas are a useful tool for concentration while meditating.
Mandalas are born from a simple circular shape–yet they have the power to transform our lives.
Often we hold back on saying what is really in our heart, or we have a burning desire to do something but we can’t get ourselves into the right frame to do it.
Turquoise gives us the strength to verbalise how we feel and communicate our message from a place of love.
In Tibet for example, children are given a piece of Turquoise to protect them from falling over.
It resonates with the throat chakra aiding spiritual attunement and communication.
Its natural healing energy is good for nervous conditions such as depression, panic attacks and exhaustion.