What is the meaning of cat’s eye chrysoberyl? Chrysoberyl is a natural gemstone with a beautiful yellow/green colour. It ranges from a murky translucent colour to a clear transparent tone. Cat’s eye chrysoberyl is a strain of chrysoberyl, scientifically referred to as cymophane. This name finds its roots in the Greek words for ‘wave’ and ‘appearance’, referring to the hazy quality that cats eye chrysoberyl has that affects the surface of the stone. The cat’s eye name is deserved, as these stones have a milky white streak down the centre resembling a cat’s pupil.
The cat’s eye chrysoberyl has many meanings. Let’s check them out.
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Chrysoberyl is considered one of the luckiest gemstones. The way it catches the light is supposed to exude positivity and good fortune to its wearer. The bright streak of cat’s eye chrysoberyl can purportedly see into the future, and wearing it uses this clairvoyance to your advantage, allowing you to avoid danger and stay safe. Negative energy is eliminated by the light within a cat’s eye chrysoberyl, leaving the wearer feeling healed and positive.
Different colours of chrysoberyl are talented for healing different parts of the body. Green chrysoberyl heals the heart; it can help with heart disease, radiating a relaxing energy that decreases stress. It also helps you to gain a higher perspective, allowing you to keep your cool and remain calm during difficult situations. The energy it exudes keeps any egoism in check, keeping you grounded in the present.
Wearing chrysoberyl is believed to motivate you to retain self-discipline and self-control, boosting your concentration and your ability to work toward learning new things. The positivity that radiates from the chrysoberyl is powerful, keeping you on track with any personal goals you are trying to accomplish.
If you’re looking for something a little less common, the cat’s eye chrysoberyl gemstone is perfect and has great meaning. The unique colours found in chrysoberyl items make them stand out as beautiful, earthy pieces. Bring some luck into your life with cat’s eye chrysoberyl.
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