Index to Stones by Name:
Said to stimulate creativity and imagination. Said to inspire artists, musicians, dancers, and creative people. Used to open the mind to new creative thought processes and inspire unique thinking.
Peach Aventurine (Pink, Peach)
Said to attract love and affection. Used to overcome shyness and to help one be less self-critical. To help with imagination and creativity. For help in troubled times concerning communication and decision making.
Healing lore: anxiety and worry, heart, lungs, headaches, adrenal glands.
Used since ancient times for jewelry and ornamentation. At one time, pearls were thought to be only for those with royal blood and therefore the common person was forbidden to wear them. During the Renaissance, women wore pearls in earrings, and as necklaces and pendants. A symbol of purity and love, as well as loyalty towards oneself and others. Said to promote faith and generosity, enhance integrity and attract romantic love. Healing lore: fertility and childbirth, digestive system.
Used as a gemstone since ancient times and was popular with the ancient Egyptians, who carved them into talismans. During the Middle Ages, Europeans brought them back from the Crusades where they were used to decorate robes and plates. The Hawaiian Goddess Pele is said to have shed tears of peridot. Said to emit warm and friendly energy and is known as the stone of friendship. Used to heal a bruised ego, lessen anger and resentment, and prevent jealousy. Excellent for healing. Used to bring harmony to marriage and love relationships. Known as a stone of compassion and empathy. Strengthens ESP and helps recover what is lost. Healing lore: to lessen stress, ulcers.
Said to be used for general protection. Helpful with dealing with old traumas and emotional scars. Used to calm fears and encourage practicality. Helps one to reach their goals. Healing lore: bone healing and bone diseases, scalp, hair, nails, skin.
Used to absorb negative energy and increase enjoyment of life. Protection for expectant mothers. Healing lore: immune system, weight loss.
Said to promote creativity and aid in creative visualization and centering. Said to bring messages from the past and better understanding of the past. Promotes harmony and optimism. Healing lore: psychological problems.
Pink Peruvian Opal
Said to be used for healing emotions. Encourages creativity, imagination, and artistic endeavors. Promotes gentile love and kindness. Said to enhance love relations as well as memory. Used to invoke good dreams and visions. Healing lore: Parkinson's disease, eyes and vision.
Poppy Jasper (Brecciated Jasper)
Used for balance and protection. Used to balance the physical and emotional and to create sense of well-being and completeness. Said to protect the wearer during travel and in astral projection. Used by athletes to increase physical endurance and strength. Said to aid with communication with animals. Healing lore: skin, dehydration, physical strength and endurance.
Said to help stimulate energy and calm at the same time. Known as a prophesy stone that is helpful for dreaming and visualization. Healing lore: anemia, gout, sinuses, ear, nose, throat problems.
Known as Fool's Gold, as prospectors once mistook it for gold. Pyrite has been used to start fires since ancient times, as it emits sparks when struck. A symbol of money and good luck. An energy shield that helps block negativity. Enhances memory, intellect, logic, as well as creativity. Helpful for discovering you mental talents and psychic abilities.