Crystals for the Element of Water


The Element of Water
Crystals: Chrysocolla, Moonstone, Fluorite, Iolite,
Sacred Geometric Shape: Icosahedron 20, sided
Motive: To Dare
Tarot Suit: Cups
Relates to: Emotions
Relates to: Love, Relationships, Friendships,
Direction: West
Time: Dusk
Season: Autumn
Colours: Blues, Sense: Taste
Concepts: Emotions, Dreams, Intuition, Death/Rebirth, Taste, Primal Chaos, Underworld, Unconscious, Blood, Womb
Rules: Scorpio, Cancer, Pieces,
Planet: Moon

Position to the Other Elements

Earth, Air, Water, Fire, Spirit

Elemental Crystal Sets
Platonic Solids - Named After Plato who first considered them. In Geometry there are only five perfect, regular solid polygons - Sacred Geometric Shapes. These five geometric shapes represent a recurring pattern throughout creation, and as such represent a blue print for creation and growth. The same shapes also represent the basic structures behind crystal formations. Such shapes are sacred geometry, appearing universally each providing its own teachings for growth and connection towards a purpose.
* The Cube - Earth,
* Tetrahedron - Fire,
* The Octahedron - Air,
* The Icosahedron - Water
* Dodecahedron - Ether - And Heavens

These crystals can be used in mediation, chakra clearing, chakra balancing, dream work and ritual. Intuitively hold each shaped and ask higher self to translate the geometric shape into a thought, or to represent an energy dynamic. Once understood each structure can be harnessed and used accordingly. Working with basic formations provides a good basis for adapting the same work to natural crystal structures with more knowledge.