Tanzanite Healing Part I

Tanzanite can exhibit three colors: blue, indigo and violet at any one-given time. It is therefore not surprising that a gem with such auspicious coloration should be a popular healing crystal associated with many beneficial attributes. Amongst other things, Tanzanite is said to aid in the mellowing of intense and stressed-out individuals, allowing them to pursue healthier, productive lives and to help them attune their feelings to others. Apart from dispelling negativity, Tanzanite is also believed to restore balance and to bring luck and fortune to its bearer.
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To some, these beliefs seem to be wacky alternatives dreamt up by west coast hippies, or just another marketing tool. In reality the lore of gem healing has its roots planted in ancient practices that predate modern medicine by thousands of years. Two such ancient healing techniques, still very much in practice in countries such as India and Thailand today, are Litho-therapy and Crystal Healing.

Litho-therapy, from the Greek ‘Lithos’ meaning ‘Stone’ is a healing practice whereby minerals are used to rebalance and harmonize the body’s internal energy flow. The belief in minerals having healing properties is as old as the hills: being used by the Mesopotamians, Egyptians, Greeks, Chinese and just about every other archaic culture that has ever walked the face of the Earth.


In Litho-therapy and Crystal Healing it is believed that every mineral, whether semi-precious, precious or just common garden rock crystal has a specific material property that relates to healing our spiritual and physical problems. Both techniques work in function to the 7 zones of the body called chakras, through which the body’s spiritual energy flows. Litho-therapists and crystal healers believe that the body’s physical ailments stem from the disruption of this spiritual energy. For skeptics it is interesting to note that English word ‘Disease’ (‘Dis-Ease’), and the French ‘Malaise’ (‘Mal-Aise’), are formed from words that describe a negative physical manifestation due to a negative mental state.

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Therapists believe that spiritual agitation can cause these chakras to shift or block, de-centering the flow of energy causing a worsening state of health. The use of a mineral, and its curative properties used in relation to a specific chakra is believed to detoxify and re-center the energy flow, helping the body to regain its physical and spiritual well-being.
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Within both forms of therapy the relation of mineral material to color plays a strong role: each mineral possessing a vibratory resonance that translates into a particular nuance. This echoes each of the Chakras, which also possess their own energy frequency levels and colors. Some minerals are used with particular chakras to calm, while others are used to invigorate: Red for example is used to strengthen. The violet, blue and purple nuances of Tanzanite are used in conjunction with the 5th, 6th and 7th chakras. The fifth chakra is the ‘Throat,’ translated into Sanskrit this is the ‘Vissudha’: Purified. The sixth chakra is the ‘Brow or Third Eye,’ translated into Sanskrit this is the ‘Ajna’: ‘Perceive.’ The seventh chakra is the ‘Crown,’ translated into Sanskrit this is the ‘Sahasrara’: ‘Thousand Petaled.’

 

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