Blue Coral Meaning And Spiritual Properties

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Power & Benefits of Blue Coral:

Blue Coral is said to bring a child-like attitude. It is good for children, traditionally Coral is a child's first stone. It allows play and exploration while casting an energy safety net around them. It is also good for your inner child. It promotes abundance and wealth in all areas.

Spiritual & Emotional Influence:

Blue Coral boosts psychic awareness and skills and aids the communication of information gained through your psychic abilities. It can be used when undergoing any Shamanic journey. It facilitates intuition and visualization. It expedites and accelerates the transfer of knowledge.

It dispels fear and insecurity. It brings organization and structure to muddled and time-challenged people. Blue Coral represents concurrence and diplomacy. It quiets the emotions and brings peace within yourself.

The Physical Connection:

Blue Coral is thought to keep you healthy by benefiting mucous membranes. It is said to be good for the liver, pituitary gland, pineal gland, and circulation.

It is believed to help relieve illnesses that sporadically return or are made worse by climate. It is also thought to be good for orthopedic conditions, bone and cell regrowth. It is said to help soothe skin inflammations, burns, and rashes.

The Chakras Connected to Blue Coral:

Throat Chakra, Third Eye (Brow) Chakra.

Astrological Signs:

Aquarius, Sagittarius.

Locations Found & History:

Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean ranging from Australia to Japan. It is a stone thought to be preferred among fishermen, sailors, and others who work on the water. The largest Blue Coral reef in the world is located off the Ryukyu Island chain in southeastern Japan. Based on its current size the Ryukyu Reef is believed to be a little over 1000 years old. Coral was included in many early lapidaries, texts which describe gemstones and their powers.

Rarity, Value & Variations:

Blue Coral is also known as Sponge Coral, as it contains many tiny holes on its surface. Its color comes from iron salts in the water. It has a Mohs hardness of 3.5. All tumbled Blue Coral on the market is natural, enhanced only by cutting, tumbling, and polishing.

How to Use Blue Coral:

Place as appropriate.