Tuesday, 2 April 2013


Sometimes known as the Mother stone it encourages forgiveness, love and affection. It was used as an aid to keep demons and evil spirits away.

It comes in a range of colours, the one pictured above is my golden Beryl in it's raw state, which means it hasn't been polished to make it smooth, the usual term for this is 'tumbled'. The different colours are actually impurities which have discoloured the stones as in it pure state it would be clear. Many people believe the different colours give the stones slightly different attributes, for instance the golden Beryl brings out optimism and hope in it's users, causing others to give golden Beryl users the honesty they want. It is also a good stone for bring stability in work and money, it can be used if you are looking for backers in any business ventures you have, and will boost your enthusiasm in those ventures.

Another coloured Beryl is green which is known as the expensive but very beautiful Emerald. Venus's stone, preserving love and bringing hope and balancing the mind. New life is associated with the Emerald so Spring is a good time for it's use.

Other Beryl colours are red, pink and colourless.


Kate Sherwood said...

Gem stones is a beautiful idea for the challenge!

Kate @ BJJ, Law, and Living

Arlee Bird said...

This is an education for me. I guess I could use some Beryl.

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Susan Roebuck said...

Oh I'm so glad you popped over to my blog because your blog's lovely :-) I adore precious and semi-precious stones and I really don't know their spiritual use. I'll be a regular visitor. btw I always thought beryl was red!!! Shows how ignorant I am.

DayDreamer said...

I'm glad you think so, Kate.

It's a good happy crystal to have around, Arlee.

Thank you, Susan, it's great to read about Portugal. I'm learning more about crytals than I did before, too.

madhaus burbed said...

Oh, I love gemstones. What a great idea for the A-Z. I'm going to have to come back and see what others you have in store for us!

Thanks for visiting Burbed, I loved your comment there, too!

Mina Burrows said...

Oh that's cool. I like that it aids to keep the evil spirits away too.

DayDreamer said...

Thanks for your nice comments, Madhaus Burbed and Mina