6th chakra (third eye) Helps one to connect with the spirit guides, aids healers, meditators, and psychics. Increases psychic ability. Dissolves energy blocks and negativity. Hold an Azurite crystal to clear the mind of unwanted or unhealthy thought forms. A bringer of truth, Azurite should be used in all business dealings and/or when you are unsure of your relationships.  Brings clarity and wisdom to any situation.  Azurite is a great first stone to learn meditation, being it is highly active, you can feel the effects immediately on the third eye, thus knowing you are well on your way to meditation.

Azurite

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  • Metaphysical Properties- 6th chakra (third eye) Helps one to connect with the spirit guides, aids healers, meditators, and psychics. Increases psychic ability. Dissolves energy blocks and negativity.  Allow Azurite to give voice to your thoughts and feelings, it will allow you the ability to speak of your most deeply felt emotions.  When place on your third eye, Azurite will help you to reach great depths of spirituality.  Azurite is a very important stone for connecting with your higher self, god/goddess and angelic beings.  Many like to use this stone to aid psychic travel and journeying.  Physically, Azurite has been used for disorders of the spine, rib cage, and small bones.  There has been some use for circulatory diseases as well.  Being Azurite is a very ‘absorbing’ stone, I feel it can also be used to clear toxins from the body.  This can be environmental toxins as well as toxins from prescription medications.  After using Azurite in a healing session, it is best to thoroughly cleanse the stone with sage or sweet grass smoke.  DO NOT use water, Azurite is very sensitive and has a tendency to crumble in liquids.

     

    Numerology- Azurite vibrates to the number 1.  Leadership is the key word for Azurite.

     

    Gemological Properties- The chemical composition is Cu3(OH)2(CO3)2, a copper hydroxyl carbonate. 
    This mineral occurs in the monoclinic crystal system and is commonly seen in sharp lustrous crystals and nodules.  The refractive index runs 1.730 and the specific gravity is 3.77.  Azurite is a very soft stone, only a 3.5 on the Moe’s Scale of Hardness.  The color is an intense indigo blue, in large crystals appearing almost black.  However for this discussion we are referring to the brightly colored indigo nodules from Arizona.  The main suppliers are indeed Arizona,  South Australia and Mexico.