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Some of the oldest examples of Egyptian jewellery contain Carnelian along with turquoise and lapis lazuli.

The ancient Egyptians believed that the goddess Isis used a Carnelian Amulet that she named Thet (also known as the Isis knot or buckle of Isis, and blood of Isis) to protect the deceased soul (Ka) from any harm as they journeyed through to the afterlife.

This power stone, restores vitality and motivation, and stimulates creativity. It gives courage, promotes positive life choices, dispels apathy and motivates one to follow their path for success.
It is a powerful aid to those that would like to build on their self-confidence and find renewed power within themselves.
If you find decision making difficult and find yourself torn between two paths Carnelian will help build your courage so that you can come to a decision, make a choice and have the courage to follow through with it.
From carnelian’s warm colour flows a creative influence that helps the wearer solve problems. Bringing a quiet sense of determination to any situation, it can dissolve fear, assuring its wearer that they will be ” safe and OK,” no matter what happens.
With its warm colours of orangey-reds, it is also useful to help excite sexual energy and to relieve sexual tension, it is also known to help bring healing to female reproductive problems.

When used in meditation Carnelian can assist in bringing a concept to understanding and then help you bring it to action.

The element of Carnelian is Fire.
Its chakras are Root Chakra and Sacral Chakra.

Love and healing,

Sue x

Note: Crystals are used as spiritual supports and normal healthcare and medical advice should still be adhered to.

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