Turquoise

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Turquoise is created when blue and green are mixed together, and gets its name from the Turks who decorated their buildings in tiles of this color. Most people are attracted to this color and find it has a calming effect when it appears in nature. An easy flow of energy throughout the body is created by the color turquoise, which helps us to relax, physically and emotionally. Turquoise works mainly on the upper body, helping to deepen breathing and soothe and relax tense muscles in and around the upper back and shoulders. The functioning of the thymus gland benefits from this, which in turn helps the immune system.

Turquoise

Turquoise is created when blue and green are mixed together, and gets its name from the Turks who decorated their buildings in tiles of this color. Most people are attracted to this color and find it has a calming effect when it appears in nature. An easy flow of energy throughout the body is created by the color turquoise, which helps us to relax, physically and emotionally. Turquoise works mainly on the upper body, helping to deepen breathing and soothe and relax tense muscles in and around the upper back and shoulders. The functioning of the thymus gland benefits from this, which in turn helps the immune system.

Emotionally, turquoise helps us to express our personal feelings, which reflects on our individuality, and some people can find this difficult to deal with. If you find self-expression difficult then wearing turquoise colored clothes, or introducing the color into the home, can help.

Mentally, turquoise can help to see old ideas in new and useful ways. If you feel there is an issue that you need to take a stand over that you feel passionate about, or when it feels difficult to fit in, turquoise is a great color to wear.

Spiritually, turquoise is known to be protective, and the mineral has been used for centuries for its protective and healing properties. Turquoise can be worn as jewelry or a piece in its natural form can be carried.

To increase or balance turquoise energy in your life wear some turquoise colored clothes, or wear turquoise jewelry or carry some with you. Also try to say how you feel rather than what you think is expected of you.

The color turquoise is symbolic of karma, natural energies and healing power and abilities.

Teal is associated with the Sun, fire and masculine energies.

Depending upon the context or theme of the dream, seeing teal may indicate that you are shutting off your emotions and not allowing others in. It may also suggest that you fear upcoming changes in your life.

Turquoise, a blend of the color blue and the color green, has some of the same cool and calming attributes. The color turquoise is associated with meanings of refreshing, feminine, calming, sophisticated, energy, wisdom, serenity, wholeness, creativity, emotional balance, good luck, spiritual grounding, friendship, love, joy, tranquility, patience, intuition, and loyalty.

Tints of turquoise color have a sweet feminine feel. Darker shades of turquoise, such as teal have a more sophisticated feel. Variations of turquoise, which often is used to represent water, also is referred to as aqua and aquamarine.

Turquoise is a valuable mineral that is often use for jewelry, especially in the American Southwest and Middle East. Turquoise is one of the oldest protection amulets and in many ancient cultures was a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Turquoise was associated with connections to the spiritual world, psychic sensitivity, and protection from harm and negative energy.

The turquoise gemstone is the symbol of friendship and brings peace to the home and good fortune to the owner. The turquoise stone is believed to carry with it great truth and wisdom inside it. The turquoise gemstone is a stone that represents self-realization and is an aid in analytical thinking as well as creative energy.

The name turquoise means “Turkish Stone” as it came to Europe from Turkey. The best quality turquoise comes from Iran. Today, the majority of the turquoise gemstones come from the United States and Mexico.

The color turquoise has healing properties that affects the mind and the body. Turquoise is believed to help neutralize over acidity, increase growth and muscular strength, and alleviate gout, stomach problems, viral infections, rheumatism. Turquoise also is believed to be an anti-inflammatory that also helps to enhance communication skills, and calm the mind and body.

Too much turquoise can cause one to become over analytical, fussy, and egocentric, allowing one to let logic guide decision-making. Too little turquoise can cause one to become secretive, closed off, confused, sneaky, and even paranoid.

Additional words that represent different shades, tints, and values of the color turquoise: teal, ultramarine, blue-green, aqua, aquamarine.

Emotionally, turquoise helps us to express our personal feelings, which reflects on our individuality, and some people can find this difficult to deal with. If you find self-expression difficult then wearing turquoise colored clothes, or introducing the color into the home, can help.

Mentally, turquoise can help to see old ideas in new and useful ways. If you feel there is an issue that you need to take a stand over that you feel passionate about, or when it feels difficult to fit in, turquoise is a great color to wear.

Spiritually, turquoise is known to be protective, and the mineral has been used for centuries for its protective and healing properties. Turquoise can be worn as jewelry or a piece in its natural form can be carried.

To increase or balance turquoise energy in your life wear some turquoise colored clothes, or wear turquoise jewelry or carry some with you. Also try to say how you feel rather than what you think is expected of you.

The color turquoise is symbolic of karma, natural energies and healing power and abilities.

Teal is associated with the Sun, fire and masculine energies.

Depending upon the context or theme of the dream, seeing teal may indicate that you are shutting off your emotions and not allowing others in. It may also suggest that you fear upcoming changes in your life.

Turquoise, a blend of the color blue and the color green, has some of the same cool and calming attributes. The color turquoise is associated with meanings of refreshing, feminine, calming, sophisticated, energy, wisdom, serenity, wholeness, creativity, emotional balance, good luck, spiritual grounding, friendship, love, joy, tranquility, patience, intuition, and loyalty.

Tints of turquoise color have a sweet feminine feel. Darker shades of turquoise, such as teal have a more sophisticated feel. Variations of turquoise, which often is used to represent water, also is referred to as aqua and aquamarine.

Turquoise is a valuable mineral that is often use for jewelry, especially in the American Southwest and Middle East. Turquoise is one of the oldest protection amulets and in many ancient cultures was a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Turquoise was associated with connections to the spiritual world, psychic sensitivity, and protection from harm and negative energy.

The turquoise gemstone is the symbol of friendship and brings peace to the home and good fortune to the owner. The turquoise stone is believed to carry with it great truth and wisdom inside it. The turquoise gemstone is a stone that represents self-realization and is an aid in analytical thinking as well as creative energy.

The name turquoise means “Turkish Stone” as it came to Europe from Turkey. The best quality turquoise comes from Iran. Today, the majority of the turquoise gemstones come from the United States and Mexico.

The color turquoise has healing properties that affects the mind and the body. Turquoise is believed to help neutralize over acidity, increase growth and muscular strength, and alleviate gout, stomach problems, viral infections, rheumatism. Turquoise also is believed to be an anti-inflammatory that also helps to enhance communication skills, and calm the mind and body.

Too much turquoise can cause one to become over analytical, fussy, and egocentric, allowing one to let logic guide decision-making. Too little turquoise can cause one to become secretive, closed off, confused, sneaky, and even paranoid.

Additional words that represent different shades, tints, and values of the color turquoise: teal, ultramarine, blue-green, aqua, aquamarine.