Chrysoberyl has a very practical and compassionate energy

Chrysoberyl Feel Loved Crystals Moonrise Crystals

At Moonrise Crystals we believe that there’s a crystal for every person and every situation. This Chrysoberyl was gifted to a very special person. They were nominated by someone who loves them very much.

If someone needs help, he’ll do what he can. If someone is feeling down, he’s ready with a joke to lighten the mood. If something is really wrong, he prays to a Higher Power on the behalf of others. Lately, he’s been distracted by his own battle with kidney cancer. Sometimes the pain keeps him awake through the night. He doesn’t ask for help, he’s just doing what he can. He’s looking for reasons to laugh and finding the silver lining. He prays to a Higher Power for others, and maybe, he also prays a little for himself.

A secret admirer wants him to have a Feel Loved Crystal to ease his pain and remind him that he’s being held up in other people’s prayers.

Their Stone

Chrysoberyl has a very practical and compassionate energy. It helps us to handle difficult times with grace and courage, and it shows us the positive life lessons in each challenge. Chrysoberyl encourages us to focus on what we can do to make a positive difference in the world. It helps us resist the urge to “play small” in a world that needs our great big heart. Chrysoberyl teaches us to be generous with our love and forgiveness. It helps us acknowledge and laugh at our own mistakes. It reminds us to take good care of ourselves too so we can be ready for the next chapter in life. Metaphysical healers use Chrysoberyl to help patients recover from cancer treatments and to bring the kidneys back into good health.

Healing, Mineralogy, and History

Published September 2016  •  Updated July 2022  •  Read Time: 7 minutes
Chrysoberyl is an oxide mineral closely related to Ruby and Sapphire.  It can be green or gold and may demonstrate fantastic special effects in the light.  When cut and polished, it may have a “Cat’s Eye” or chatoyancy in which thin lines of narrow light seem to shift from side to side.  A rare variety of Chrysoberyl called Alexandrite will actually appear to change color, from green in the sunshine to raspberry red at night under incandescent lightbulbs.  All varieties are charming little crystals, full of vim and vigor.  Its energy encourages us to be stop “playing small” in the world and share our unique gifts with the world. […]


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