Just like the first streaks of sunshine in spring, Aquamarine is the March darling’s source of light.
Do you sometimes feel like you’re lost at sea? There’s a stone for that. Aquamarine, in all its light blue glory, is a talisman of protection and fearlessness, guiding those who travel by sea (or by bus) to reach their destination in one piece (and on time) for the next adventure (or boardroom meeting). It’s a stone of natural justice. It gives quiet courage, jazzes up intellectual reasoning, and preps the tongue for bright articulation. It’s also more relaxing than a cup o’ chamomile. It’s March’s birthstone, a token of love and fidelity, and is the rock to rock when you’re healing. A sailor’s talisman back in the mermaid days – it’s a totem for a safe journey. And who doesn’t need some of that?
Mermaids, sailors and sirens. Aquamarine comes from lore that’s as bittersweet as it is salty. A stone of the seas; it’s a talisman of protection and fearlessness, guiding those who travel by sea (or by highway) to reach their destination in one piece (and on time) for the next adventure (or boardroom meeting).
The facets of aquamarine act as a mirror, reflecting itself indefinitely, and letting seers see life’s hidden meanings. It’s a speaker of truths, it’s a stone that keeps it real, even more than that friend that has no friends because they’re too honest for their own good. Because unlike that friend, aquamarine delivers truth in a delicate envelope, soft to the touch, articulated with a searing tenderness that opens wounds only to heal them, without anger or judgment, in wholesome compassion and light-hearted awareness. Aquamarine just knows, man.
Sometimes, you need to let go to move on. Let go of your hurting parts, the open wounds and the scars that still hurt to touch. The compassionate energy of aquamarine can help you release old anger, accept what has been and to let go of emotional baggage. She'll help you find the emotional freedom to move forward.
It’s a stone of natural justice. It gives quiet courage, jazzes up intellectual reasoning, and smoothens the tongue for bright articulation. It’s also more relaxing than a cup o’ chamomile.
Aquamarine pushes you to be better, do good, grow from your mistakes, and celebrate your triumphs. It’s a disciplining stone, but it does so in buoyant vibes. It is like water after all – cool and flowing but still a powerful force of nature.
It’s no wonder that aquamarine is used as a token of love or fidelity – it signifies continuous growth for “as long as the waters of the Earth flow”. And that’s a hella long time.