blue lace agate

Blue Lace Agate:
Opening Self-Expression

The throat center is the vehicle through which we express both what we feel in the heart and think in the mind. When we are afraid to express our thoughts and feelings the throat center can become blocked, a condition which can make self-expression even more difficult, and can also lead to a suppression of true thoughts of feelings so that one doesn't even have to deal with contemplating their expression.

Of the many stones associated with the throat chakra blue lace agate is generally considered the crystal most connected to the opening of this energy center when its natural function has become limited and its energy congested.

As an agate it is a grounding stone, and when we feel grounded in our bodies we often feel more comfortable, a state of ease which in itself can allow our energy to flow more freely. Its color, a pale blue with white streaks, also relates to its qualities. When I look at this stone I think of softness, and its energy is very gentle. Thus it is a very soothing stone for gently allowing for the opening of self-expression.

Often, when communications have been withheld a charge of anger accumulates, and the longer the communication is suppressed the greater the anger. This anger can feel so explosive that one becomes afraid to communicate.

In such situations blue lace agate's reveals its special characteristics. If you would prefer to express yourself peacefully, and if you are willing to make a commitment to do so, this stone can help you to do so. Meditate with it, visualizing yourself speaking calmly and peacefully. Then program the stone, and have it close at hand for your actual conversation.

Once the throat chakra is open for communication you may find that other blue and blue-green stones will be helpful for other levels of conversation. You may find, though, that from time to time there will be words difficult to speak. In such instances blue lace agate can once again ease your self-expression.

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