Coral is the skeletal structure of a marine animal. It makes up coral reefs. Stony corals produce a white calcium carbonite skeleton, while Blue Corals have a unique pigment in their skeletons that gives them a deep blue color. Blue Corals have changed little over millions of years.
Blue Coral live only in the Indo-Pacific in the tropics of the Indian and Pacific oceans and they are unusual in that they are blue in color, they have a blue skeleton and also in that they haven’t changed in their form for over 60-70 million years. They were the same looking animals way back in the Age of the Dinosaurs as they are today.
Blue Coral is said to bring a child-like attitude. It is good for children, traditionally Coral is a child's first stone. It allows play and exploration while casting an energy safety net around them. It is also good for your inner child.
Some believe wearing coral will restore peace and tranquility to the wearer’s heart or help them draw love into their lives.
It quiets the emotions and brings peace within yourself.
Blue Coral soothes and quiets turbulent emotions. It reminds us to breathe deeply and to step back and look at the situation logically and from a neutral mind.
Blue Coral has a unique energy that is both highly spiritual while also profoundly practical. This combined energy helps us to find balance in our own lives and to veer away from extreme actions and beliefs which do not serve us.
Blue Coral helps us to be in touch with and trust our inherent common sense and to put that sense into action. It encourages us to routinely check in with ourselves to be sure that our thoughts, words, and actions are consistent with our values.
Blue Coral is also particularly good for anyone who is seeking to balance the pursuit of financial goals while staying true to any spiritual or emotional goals.
Blue Coral assists the throat chakra with communicating in a cordial, diplomatic way.
This coral is thought to be preferred among fisherman, sailors, and others who work on the water.
Interesting Fact: Blue Coral is also known as Sponge Coral, as it contains many tiny holes on its surface. When alive, this coral is capable of forming a “skeleton” made of aragonite. Its color comes from iron salts in the water.
Soothes Turbulent Emotions
Child's First Stone