Malachite is a copper carbonate mineral with a hardness of 3.5 to 4. Most malachite are cut from botryoidal masses with fibrous banding of lighter and darker shades of vivid green. Its name derives from the Greek word for its color malache (mallow) or because of its low hardness from the Greek malakos (soft). Malachite sometimes occurs inter-grown with Azurite, forming Malachite-Azurite.
Malachite was known in Egypt as early at 3000 B.C. and was popular with the ancient Greeks and Romans for jewelry, ornaments, and even as eye shadow. In the Middle Ages, Malachite was believed to protect against the evil eye and to cure various types of stomach ailments. The Russian czars used Malachite to produce ornaments and paneling for their castles and to create intricate inlay work.
Sourced from Africa.
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On a spiritual level, Malachite assists one in utilizing their own power in a constructive and creative manner. It can be used as a grounding tool, a way to identify any obstacles to bring dreams into reality, and as protection from psychic, energetic, and emotional negative energies.
Malachite is ideal for burning through the fog of emotional confusion that can prevent one from making conscious choices. It helps one overcome the abuser/victim polarity and find strength within oneself. It can also help with the fear of confrontation or self-expression and the fear of being noticed.
Malachite can assist with restoring strength and vitality after illness and rebuilding or repairing tissue after surgery. It is excellent for reducing inflammation due to sprains, strains, or injuries. Malachite can also help with drawing toxins away from the body and can be used in support of fasting, detoxification, and other cleansing rituals. It is a wonderful aid to digestion and stimulating colon and stomach function.
I align my personal will with my understanding of Divine will. and I move forward with clarity and confidence.
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