Tsavorite Meaning and Spiritual Properties

Tsavorite Meaning and Spiritual Properties

Power & Benefits of Tsavorite:

Tsavorite is said to be a stone of awareness, benevolence, compassion, courage, prosperity, vitality, and vigor. It is believed to help you discover the beauty within and in others.

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Spiritual & Emotional Influence:

Tsavorite stimulates contemplation, intuition, and inspiration.

It aids in calm acceptance and being in the Tao. It is thought to help during life’s challenges. It is a comforting stone. It is said to be a useful stone to have during challenges and lawsuits. It is said to teach relaxation, going with the flow, and inspires cooperation and service.

The Physical Connection:

Tsavorite is thought to increase the flow of energy throughout the meridians and stimulate kidney energy. It is said to stimulate the immune system, pituitary, and thyroid. It is also thought to be a gentle pain reliever, and useful for eye problems. It is also said to enhance the health of the bones, heart, lungs, and spine. It is believed to balance sex drive.

The Chakras Connected to Tsavorite:

Heart Chakra. It purifies and energizes the Heart Chakra.

Astrological Signs:

Sagittarius.

Locations Found & History:

Tanzania (Merelani Hills), and Kenya. Tsavorite is a variety of grossular Garnet. It is named after the Tsavo National Park, Kenya, which lies near the type locality in Tanzania, along the Kenyan border. It is found in both Tanzania and Kenya, the very finest Tsavorite, with the purest green hues, is still only found in Tsavo, Kenya.

Rarity, Value & Variations:

Tsavorite was discovered by British geologist Campbell R. Bridges in 1967 and named by Harry Platt of Tiffany and Company (New York). It is the highest-priced Garnet on the market today. Stones with deeply saturated pure green color will command the highest prices. It has a Mohs hardness of 6.5 to 7.

How to Use Tsavorite:

Hold or place Tsavorite as appropriate.


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