Turquoise Physical Healing Energy
Turquoise is a strengthening stone, good for exhaustion, depression, or panic attacks. It enhances physical and psychic immune systems, supporting the assimilation of nutrients, alleviating pollution and viral infections. It is anti-inflammatory and detoxifying, reducing excess acidity and benefiting gout, rheumatism, and the stomach.
Turquoise assists in problems of the brain, eyes, ears, neck and throat, especially cataracts, migraines and headaches, and problems with balance.
Turquoise is helpful to the respiratory system and aids in healing lung disorders and allergies. Wearing a Turquoise necklace helps prevent tracheitis and other bronchial attacks. By healing the breath, this stone may cure speech disorders such as stammering.
Turquoise Emotional Healing Energy
Turquoise is a most efficient healer, providing solace for the spirit and well-being for the body. ] It benefits the overall mood and emotion by balancing and inducing a sense of serenity and peace. Holding or wearing Turquoise helps restore depleted vitality and lifts sagging spirits. It relieves stress and brings focus back to the center heart. ] It is empathetic and balancing, helping one to recognize the causes of happiness and unhappiness, and to master them.
As a stone of purification, Turquoise dispels negative energy and clears electromagnetic smog from the environment. It promotes self-realization and aids in creative problem-solving, thus calming the nerves when speaking in public. It helps stabilize mood swings, and dissolves a martyred attitude of self-sabotage. It is also empowering if you feel bullied or suffer prejudice. Because it soothes the mind, Turquoise is good for jet lag and fears of flying.
Tibetan Turquoise is an excellent anti-hysteria stone, worn to calm those with a tendency to over-react to situations. It is also beneficial for narcissism, to help one look outside their own needs and to be open to other’s point of view.
Turquoise Chakra Healing and Balancing Energies
Turquoise strengthens the meridians of the body and the subtle energy fields, enhancing communication between the physical and spiritual worlds. Placed on the Third Eye, it supports intuition and meditation. On the Throat Chakra, it releases old vows, inhibitions, and allows the soul to express itself once more. It explores past lives and regards fate as ongoing and dependant on one’s action at any moment.
Turquoise is a stone for finding wholeness and truth, and communicating and manifesting those qualities. It stimulates and harmonizes the Throat Chakra, making it easier to articulate and bring forth one’s deepest wisdom. Turquoise empowers those who are shy about sharing their understanding and aids in the knowledge that in speaking from the wholeness of our being, we each have something important to contribute to the collective.
Turquoise Spiritual Energies
In traditional thought, Turquoise unites the earth and sky, bringing together male and female energies. Turquoise stimulates the initiation of romantic love, and promotes spontaneity in romantic issues. It is believed to change color to warn of impending danger or to indicate infidelity in thought or action.
Spiritually, Turquoise heals and cleanses both the energy centers and the physical body. It acts to induce wisdom and understanding, and to enhance trust, kindness, and the recognition of beauty.] What we wish for ourselves — happiness, love, freedom of limitation and fear — when extended to others by letting go of our insistence of “justice” and viewing others through compassion and forgiveness, we receive those gifts back through our own heart.
Turquoise enhances the ability to see all aspects of ourselves, good and bad, and to integrate these aspects into a cohesive whole. While it is tempting to try and rid ourselves of the traits of self that are not entirely enlightened, Turquoise, like an ancient Grandfather ally, reminds us that all experiences are valid and that mistakes are simply another experience. Wholeness can only come when we are willing to embrace all of who we are and what we have learned.
Turquoise reflects the color of the world at the vernal equinox, as the blues of winter melt into the greens of spring. It is a fresh, welcome energy that moves us to serenity as new growth and life emerges. It brings hope, discovery and balance. Turquoise tempers excesses, restores calm after a storm, relieves stress, and neutralizes extremes. It helps us moderate aggressiveness and deal with rage. It brings us back to center. In lighter shades, Turquoise energy promotes inner harmony and peace through spiritual understanding. Darker, richer tones bring considerable power — and flexibility. They counter intolerance and let us adapt to new ideas and environments.
Meditation with Turquoise
Turquoise is a stone of “earth-grounding” and is valuable in preventing one from losing touch with the conscious mind during deep meditations. It provides strength and protection during vision quests and astral travel, and due to its high spirituality, acts to improve meditation and to further peace of mind.
Dreams of turquoise signify the solution of a mystery.
Turquoise and the Angelic Realm
If your birthday falls in any of the following periods, a Turquoise of the color listed can be a valuable conduit to your Guardian Angel. The table also provides the name of the Guardian Angel of those born in the time period.
Date Crystal Color Name of Guardian Angel
March 21 – March 25 Light Turquoise Vehuiah (Vehujah)
July 12 – July 16 Turquoise Melahel
August 23 – August 28 Turquoise Lecabel
February 20 – February 24 Dark Turquoise Eiael
There are other Angels that are partial to Turquoise. The table below gives you the information about them.
Purpose Crystal Color Name of Angel
Guardian of the Twelfth Mansion of the Moon and is associated with Leo. Dark Turquoise Abdizuel
Guardian of the Seventeenth Mansion of the Moon which is Scorpio. Dark Turquoise Adriel
Ruler of Earth/Hail. Dark Turquoise Baradiel
Protector and Ruler of the dates February 20-24; Pisces. Dark Turquoise Eiael
Master of the 7th Tarot Card “The Chariot”. and is associated with the sun sign, Cancer. Dark Turquoise Muriel
Master of the 7th Tarot Card “The Chariot” Dark Turquoise Pakhiel
Protector and Ruler of the dates June 11-15; Gemini. Light Turquoise Luaviah
Master of the 4th Tarot Card “The Emperor”. Light Turquoise Malkhidael
Master of the 17th Tarot Card “The Star”. Light Turquoise Tzakmaqiel
Protector and Ruler of the dates March 21- 25; Aries. Light Turquoise Vehuiah
Master of the 14th Tarot Card “Temperance”. And is associated with Sagittarius. Turquoise Adnachiel
Guardian of the Sixteenth Mansion of the Moon; Scorpio. Turquoise Azeruel
Guardian of the Sixth Mansion of the Moon; Gemini. Turquoise Dira
Protector and Ruler of the dates August 23-28; Virgo. Turquoise Lecabel
Protector and Ruler of the dates July 12-16; Cancer. Turquoise Melahel
Sandalphon is the Kingdom Angel; Tree of Life, the Master of the 20th Tarot Card “Judgment”. He also Heals Aggressive Tendencies and is known as the Angel of Glory. Turquoise Sandalphon
Turquoise Goddess Crystals
Turquoise honors Estsanatlehi, the Native American Goddess of Change. She is the Apache and Navajo Fertility Goddess known as the Changing Woman, or Turquoise Woman.
Turquoise honors Hathor, the Egyptian Goddess of Joy and Fertility. She is often honored as a special Goddess of Musicians, and as the “Mistress of Turquoise” she was the patron of Egyptian miners.
Turquoise honors Maat, the Egyptian Goddess of Justice. She represents the underlying holiness and unity of the Universe.
Turquoise honors Tara, or Dolma, the Buddhist “Savioress” Goddess, often depicted with a bluish-green complexion.
Turquoise honors Whope, the Lakota Sioux Goddess of Peace.
She is not only the goddess of harmony, but also of meditation and friendship. Whope is strongly associated with Turquoise because of its use for healing, bringing rain, and personal protection.
Turquoise honors Yemoja, the African Goddess of the Oceans and Protector of Pregnant Women. Honored not only in Africa, but also in Brazil, she is the patron of women, particularly pregant women, fishermen, and sunken ship survivors.
Turquoise colored crystals also honor Sophia, the Goddess of Wisdom. She is the feminine of the divine, the nurturing element of the life force.
There are several ways to find an appropriate birthstone. The traditional one is listed first. These are from the popular lists that most people are familiar with. The second way is to find your natural birthstone by the color wheel of life. You can click on the Natural Birthstone graphic below to learn more. Finally many people use the traditional stones of the Zodiac.
In this section you will find information on all three approaches.
Turquoise Traditional Birthstone
Turquoise is the traditional birthstone of those born in December.
Turquoise Natural Birthstone.
Turquoise is one of the natural birthstones of those born as spring begins (20 March to 19 April). Turquoise crystals bring you discovery and balance. Their vibrations help you find yourself and return to equilibrium.
Turquoise – Zodiac Stone of Sagattarius
Turquoise is one of the zodiac stones for those born under the sign, Sagattarius, between November 22 and December 21, the end of harvest season and the beginning of winter. Sagittarians are optimistic, kind, and adventurous, and their outlook on life is extremely positive.
Turquoise Amulets and Talismans
Turquoise was highly prized by the Apaches for its talismanic virtues. For the medicine man, the possession of it was indispensable for receiving proper recognition.
Turkish horsemen, as well as those from Samarkand and Persia, often attached Turquoise to the bridles and frontlets of their horses as amulets to protect them from ill-effects of drinking cold water when overheated by exertion, keeping them more sure-footed and enduring. These “horse amulets” gave rise to Turquoise as having the power not only to protect riders from falls on horseback, but later to prevent falls of any sort.
Turquoise was reputed to be a stone of controlled aggression. In battling the Christian Crusaders, Turkish warriors wore Turquoise as a talisman and ornamented their swords to protect themselves and to enhance their bravery. Turquoise was said to master fear, and engaging in combat with a sense of inner calm insured victory.
As an amulet of protection, Turquoise is a powerful Barrier Buffer. Barrier crystals have incredible abilities to help us focus and amplify our efforts to keep undesirable elements out of our lives. Its crystalline structure gives it strength in all directions, allowing it to provide barriers to attack from all directions simultaneously. Buffers are weathering stones that help us get through hard times. They soften a blow and put things right. They protect us from outside influences, temper shocks, and add some emotional padding to our efforts to deal with the bumps and bruises of life. Turquoise is the most commonly used Buffer. Its color ray of balance is excellent at restoring the natural balance in situations that have become unstable, and helps us restore equilibrium in our lives and world.
Turquoise Feng Shui
Turquoise utilizes Water energy, the energy of stillness, quiet strength, and purification. It embodies potentialities unrealized. It is yielding, formless, yet powerful. The Water element brings power of regeneration and rebirth. It is the energy of the circle of life. Use turquoise crystals to enhance any space that you use for repose, calm reflection, or prayer. Water energy is traditionally associated with the North area of a home or room. It is associated with the Career and Life Path area, its flowing energy assuring a balance of energy as your life unfolds and flows.
Turquoise in Ancient Lore and Legend
The Apaches ascribed some of the powers of the thunder-stone to turquoise, believing a man who could go to the end of a rainbow after a storm and search in the damp earth would find a Turquoise. One of its supposed powers was to aid the warrior or hunter in the accuracy of his aim. If the turquoise was attached to a gun or bow, the shot sped from the weapon would go straight to its mark.
The Navajos and other Native American shamans used Turquoise for cloud-busting (initiating much needed rain) by throwing it into a river while praying to the rain god.
The Zuni believed Turquoise could protect them from demons.
At one time, Turquoise was believed to have the ability to tell the hour correctly if suspended from a string within a glass by the exact number of strokes against the side if the glass.
According to Hindu and Persian mystics, it was very lucky to have a Turquoise on hand at the time of a new moon. Whoever, after gazing at the moon on the pratipada (the first day after new-moon), then looked at a Turquoise was destined to enjoy an increase in wealth and protection from evil.