Water or Jelly Opal

𝐖𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐉𝐞𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐎𝐩𝐚𝐥

MYTHOLOGY AND HISTORY

The word opal probably comes from the Sanskrit world upala, which means precious stone. Opals, especially colourless ones, were believed to render the wearer unseen and in medieval times opal was called the friend of thieves and wrongdoers. However, water opal can help you lower your profile for more positive reasons.

DIVINATORY SIGNIFICANCE

Water opal is not used in divination.

HEALING AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Clear opal is good for the eyesight, for hair and skin. It gently alleviates exhaustion and is useful in all illnesses where the person lacks energy or strength. It will ease hormonal imbalances and breast tenderness, especially in younger women, and will aid people of both sexes when they are exploring their sexuality, banishing guilt, fears or pressures to have sex before they are ready.

AT WORK AND IN THE HOME

Water opal will absorb powerful feelings, softening harsh or thoughtless responses and bringing a more caring attitude even to a fiercely competitive workplace.

CHILDREN AND ANIMALS

Water opal is useful for pubescent boys and girls; it will overcome their fears and any sense of shame at their body changes. It is good for calming adolescent animals and those on heat.

PSYCHIC ASSOCIATIONS

Water opal will increase your understanding if you are studying different religious faiths and forms of spirituality. It enhances prophecy through automatic writing (when you allow your pen to write without consciously formulating the words).

RECHARGING ITS ENERGIES

Water opal is especially delicate.Regularly hydrate it gently with a little water while reciting a favorite prayer or mantra.

PROPERTIES TYPE:

Silicon dioxide with water trapped inside Precious water opal has flashes of colours. A form of clear opal called hydrophane shows colors in water or oil. Glows.

COLOUR: Clear

ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer

PLANET: Moon

ELEMENT: Water

CANDLE COLOUR: Silver

GUARDIAN ANGEL: Tamiel

CHAKRA: Sacral

HERBS, INCENSES AND OILS-

Lemon, chamomile, coconut, rose

and yarrow

FLOWERS: Lemon blossom, lily of

the valley and marsh marigold

ASSOCIATED CRYSTALS:

Moonstone, pearl and water opal

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