Bismuth is a crystalline, brittle metal that has a gorgeous iridescent and is also an elemental metal. This stone is usually lab-created by melting the silver-white crystalline and pulling it up with a rod so that it forms as it cools. It naturally occurs with an iridescent oxide tarnish that reflects a full spectrum of colors.
It’s great for focusing, visualization, and shamanic journeying. It can help prevent the wearer from becoming overwhelmed by all of the responsibilities and increases the person’s energy levels to deal with them. Bismuth also helps enjoy the togetherness of teamwork, groups, or relationships.
On the other hand, Bismuth is a stone of transformation and change and relieves the feelings of loneliness or isolation. It also eases the effects of degenerative muscle conditions, helps find new treatments to deal with chronic illnesses, and get the person back on their feet after a major surgery.
As a healing stone, it lessens catatonic states and has been used to ease fevers. Bismuth also clear the biological field and works with all of the chakras.
So what happened when I wore Bismuth for a week? First of all, it’s really hard to buy this crystal in Puerto Rico, but I somehow found it at a local arts and crafts store (go figure). I’m working on two group projects as we speak and I seem to enjoy one group more than the other.
I will admit, I was terrified that it was going to break when I wore it throughout the week because it seems extremely fragile, but it survived and it’s great to meditate with.