Topaz helps us to clarify what we most want in life, whatever it is that will bring us the greatest amount of peace and joy, and then to make a plan to bring that to life. It invites us to become our True Selves and actively works to help us be successful in all of our endeavors. Unsurprisingly, Topaz is a particularly good tool for manifestation, both for our spiritual desires as well as our earthly ones. Silver Topaz is attuned to the Crown Chakras and linked to the astrological signs of Sagittarius. It is connected to the element of Fire and vibrates to the number 6.
Topaz Emotional Healing Properties
Topaz helps us to see our own worth, and to have more self confidence and self love, without becoming arrogant or egotistical. It encourages us to speak up and speak out about whatever is most important to us. It reminds us that in order to create a world and life we want to live in, we first must be able to articulate our dreams and hopes for the future. Topaz whispers to us that our dreams are worthwhile and helps to soothe us when we feel frightened or anxious. It has a joyful vibration that reminds us not to take ourselves too seriously. To enjoy the journey as it unfolds, and to have faith that we will arrive at our destination at precisely the right time.
Topaz Mental Healing Properties
Topaz is a wonderful stone for the mind, helping us to think clearly and use our knowledge wisely. It encourages lifelong learning and stimulates our curiosity. Topaz encourages us to think and act generously, whether emotionally or financially. It reminds us that when we give, we also receive, and that to be generous is to stand in our Highest Self.
Topaz Physical Healing Properties
Topaz is most commonly used by metaphysical healers to treat the eyes and throat, as well as to stimulate energy flow through the meridian field. It is also said to aid digestion and stimulate the metabolism.
Julie Abouzelof is the owner of Moonrise Crystals and an advocate for responsibly sourced gems and minerals. Her first career was in education teaching history, geology and anthropology, as well as working with special-needs students. She is now a heart-centered entrepreneur who encourages mindfulness and positive action to heal ourselves and the world. Julie lives in Hawaii with her lover and a little parrot named Darwin.