The Benefits of Wearing Therapeutic Gemstone Earrings
When worn, therapeutic gemstone earrings are effective due to their location near important anatomy in the head, neck, and throat. The sides of the neck are close to: the head and brain; sensory organs; certain endocrine glands; sinuses and nose; mouth, teeth, and gums; throat and larynx; major arteries and veins leading to and away from the head; important lymph ducts and nodes; and more.
Because of the relatively small amount of gemstones in earrings, their therapeutic effect is gentle. However the gentle approach can sometimes be particularly effective as the tissues the gems target are asked simply to relax into greater health and harmony.
With every movement of your head our earrings will sway back and forth, and in doing so stimulate energy movement in and around your head.
White Beryl should be completely colorless. Turquoise should be a bright, even, turquoise blue.
Our White Beryl is top quality and most gems are flawless to the naked eye. Most Turquoise is cut with its matrix included in the sphere. This will reduce the therapeutic effectiveness of the gem. We select Turquoise spheres that are free of matrix.
White Beryl has an unusual brightness in certain lighting conditions. This is reflective of the white light it carries. The brightness of Turquoise, which is an opaque stone, is a function of how well it was polished after being cut.
White Beryl is typically cut into rondels and Turquoise into spheres.
The length of a White Beryl/Turquoise necklace can vary and depends on the wearer’s preference. Although shorter lengths worn close to the neck would give focus to the throat and throat chakra, longer lengths do not necessarily give any greater focus to the heart chakra, but work throughout the body. We offer a few standard lengths, but others can be custom ordered.
Our White Beryl/Turquoise necklaces all come with a button clasp. This allows you to use the necklace on a therapy wand to apply in the aura.
All Turquoise we use originated at the now closed Sleeping Beauty mine in Arizona.
• Our therapeutic gemstone earrings are made with the same therapeutic-quality* gems as our necklaces and bracelets. Designs are based on our necklaces and offer the same benefits, but in smaller doses.
• Choose secure, lever-back earring wire in sterling silver or 14K yellow gold.
• For inquiries regarding custom earrings, please contact us. Call 877-4GEM-GEM (877-443-6436) or email CustomerService@GEMFormulas.com.
*Therapeutic-quality gemstones are authentic gemstones at the top of their class in color, clarity, brightness, and cut. Quality parameters vary for each individual gemstone, and we carefully select every bead to make sure you get the very best.
I met the Guardian of Beryl when I did the research on White Beryl for Gemisphere—a company that specializes in therapeutic-quality jewelry based on my inner research. Most of the information about the new gemstones that I obtained for Gemisphere came from interviews that I had with a doctor of gemstone medicine. He lives and works in one of the earth’s spiritual cities and was assigned to help me with the projects Gemisphere had given me to do. So if you notice a difference in the style, depth, and type of information shared about the “new gemstones” versus Gemisphere’s original 30 gemstones, now you know why. The information about the original 30 came directly from the gemstone guardians. The information about the new gemstones was given by a physician who uses the gems extensively in his practice.
Still I always liked to connect with a gemstone guardian at least on the sidelines for a better personal understanding of the gemstone’s energy.
For this Gemisphere project, we noted and wrote about the possible side effects of wearing a plain White Beryl necklace, but at the time I was unaware of the symbiotic gemstones that we could use to alleviate them. I’m grateful that information was kept back and shared with me now, so that I have something unique to offer.
This is one example of how the Gemstone Energy Medicine Council and the gemstone guardians know and see the bigger picture and feed me portions of it in perfect order.
Here’s another amazing example of this process. First we learned about using buttons to clasp the necklaces. Then we learned of the White Beryl wand therapy using therapy strands (8” strands of White Beryl), but I was using beeswax to mount the strands on the wand. Next I was shown how to make the wands using wood beads, which was much more practical than using beeswax. And when the White Beryl necklaces came back from the stringer, I was amazed how these too fit perfectly into the wand to make an ideal therapy tool for those who wanted use their necklace in that way.
Everything I learn seems to come in a perfect order.
I had first become aware of the energetic-sponge property of Turquoise many years ago when we placed a piece of Turquoise on an area of disharmony on the physical body. It quickly mopped up the unwanted energy. Back then we didn’t have the sprays as we do now, and so removing the collected energy from the Turquoise was problematic. So we put it aside.
My new understanding of Turquoise began years later when I saw someone on stage wearing a large Chinese Turquoise necklace. I knew the beads were stabilized, but how white and bright and clear her aura was, especially immediately around the Turquoise. Yes it was largely due to her well-nurtured spirituality, but I believe it was also due to the unmistakable clearing effect of the Turquoise that she was wearing.
I then realized that, although stabilizing the Turquoise inhibited it physically, it did not limit the Turquoise’s beneficial energetic effects, particularly in the aura.
There is some parallel here to Onyx. Onyx is dyed to bring down its vibrations, making it useful as a therapeutic tool in the physical plane. And Turquoise is stabilized to collect its physical nature and make it possible to use as a therapeutic tool in spherical form. Otherwise the mineral Turquoise is so soft, it just crumbles when you try to make it into a sphere and drill it.
Some stabilization methods inhibit more than others. I have seen some Turquoise that is so stabilized, it looks and feels like plastic. However the quality of Turquoise that I have found shines brightly. When it is combined with the White Beryl, it’s a special match, even otherworldly in its influence.
I wish I could share some wonderful experience about how I realized that Turquoise was supportive of White Beryl. White Beryl enhances so many other gemstones. Which one could possibly return the favor to White Beryl? I don’t remember the exact circumstances surrounding my realization of Turquoise, but once it came to mind, it felt like I’d known it forever.
Both gems uplift, but White Beryl begins its work physically and Turquoise begins its work supraphysically. Because Turquoise is stabilized, it is ineffective physically, which means it will not interfere with White Beryl’s benefits.
Both gems reach into the aura to expand their purifying, uplifting influence, and easily ride upon each other’s currents. White Beryl uplifts by purifying vibrations and Turquoise uplifts by absorbing lowest vibrations. So the pair made perfect sense.
This is how the design came into being. I knew the symbiotic gem would be Turquoise, but I didn’t know the size. I didn’t know the sequence, or the design, or how many would be required. I was sitting at my desk and had a White Beryl strand in front of me. I had pulled out 6-mm and 4-mm Turquoise.
Originally I had thought that the necklace might need both sizes. But when I placed the gems together I could tell that the 6 mm was too big, even if it was flanked by 4 mm. So now it was just 4-mm Turquoise and the White Beryl. I took a few beads off of the strand.
Moments later, I felt the presence of White Beryl Guardian standing behind my right shoulder.
I put a Turquoise in the front of the White Beryl necklace and knew immediately it wasn’t right. Telepathically, the guardian concurred.
I put one on the corners where we would put White Beryl when we were using it to support Carnelian, Citrine, Indigo, or Amethyst. That didn’t feel right either. So I said inwardly, “What’s left?” I was stumped and couldn’t imagine where else we could put the Turquoise.
He said, “You are not out of options.”
I tried putting 6 Turquoise spaced equidistantly around the necklace, and that didn’t feel right at all. I tried the same using 4 and then 3 Turquoise, but that didn’t work either. I also tried placing the Turquoise every inch or so around the necklace, but that turned out wrong too.
He said, “You are still not out of options.”
He asked me to imagine the necklace complete, as though I was wearing it. What would this necklace feel like? When I did that, it became clear that the front of the necklace had no Turquoise. It was just White Beryl. It was the white light shining though the whole front of my body, unimpeded by anything.
I realized the Turquoise must be toward the back. I think Turquoise and White Beryl is a beautiful combination, and I was reluctant to put the Turquoise in the back where it couldn’t be seen. I quickly reminded myself that therapeutic gemstone necklaces are not jewelry. They are therapy tools. If a combination works therapeutically, it is bound to be beautiful too. But not all beautiful gemstone combinations have a healing focus.
I placed one gem on each side of the clasp, and that didn’t feel right. I moved the Turquoise away from the clasp, separating it with some White Beryl. That seemed to work, but just one on each side wasn’t enough. So my next logical step was to put two Turquoise on each side, and that was when the design was born. Three Turquoise was too much and one wasn’t enough. Two on each side was perfect.