Pink Smithsonite Immune System Grid

June 5th, 2014 | Posted by Velda in GEMSTONES

Pink Smithsonite Immune System Grid

Pink Smithsonite Stone assists in treating dysfunction of the endocrine system, the immune system, and in treating disorders of the digestion system.  It has a soft, gentle and joyful healing energy.  This is an easy but extremely important treatment to consider trying.

Smithsonite Immune System Grid


Smithsonite is Soothing Nurturing Acepting

Smithsonite is a stone of tranquility, charm, kindness and favorable outcomes.  It has a gentle presence and forms a buffer against life’s problems.  It is a perfect stone for releasing stress.

Smithsonite is Soothing Nurturing Accepting

The energies of this stone are soothing and nurturing.  Its deep healing qualities reach back into childhood and authenticates our emotional attachment while gently encouraging us to release the trauma.  It heals the inner child.

Smithsonite is Soothing Nurturing Accepting

This stone is ideal for anyone feeling unloved or unwanted. It builds self-esteem and a sense of being worthy to give and receive love.

Smithsonite Soothing Nurturing Accepting

Smithsonite is very useful for balancing systems in the body. It works with the thymus gland and immune disorders.  It strengthens bones, muscles and maintains health.

 How to use for healing:  You can carry or place any of these colors where needed.  The chakras can be aligned by placing a Smithsonite above the crown.

Grid for immune system:  Place a Pink or Lavender-Pink Smithsonite at each of the four corners of your bed or body, under your pillow and over the heart or thymus. It is very effective combined with Bloodstone or Green Tourmaline taped over the thymus.



Tuesday's Healing Word Intuition

Intuition (N): the direct knowing or learning of something without the conscious use of reasoning; immediate understanding.

Tuesday's Healing Word Intuition

“It is always with excitement that I wake in the morning

wondering what my intuition will toss up to me,

like gifts from the sea.  I work with it and rely on it.

It’s my partner.”

~Jonas Salk

Tuesday's Healilng Word Intuition

 ”A good artist lets his intuition lead him wherever it wants.”


“The only real valuable thing is intuition.”

~Albert Einstein

Tuesday's Healing Word Intuition

“Spend time every day listening to what your muse

is trying to tell you.”

~Su Bartholomew

Tuesday's Healing Word Intuition

 Larimar Connection with Goddess & More

Larimar is an active throat chakra stone, that has a vibration that assists clear communication. This energy will quicken your contact with the Goddess within.  By accessing the Divine Feminine you may soothe and heal your emotions and release stress. Energy radiating from Larimar represents love and healing.Larimar Connection Goddess

Larimar Connection & More


Larimar is also known as the Dolphin Stone.  If you like pampering yourself with a nice relaxing bath, I suggest the following:  As you sit in a bath surrounded by blue candles, use Larimar to connect with the healing powers of the dolphin through visualization or dolphin call music.  It can bring the ancient wisdom of Atlantis and the healing power of dolphins to harmonize the body and soul. Larimar is a crystal of serenity, promoting relaxation while supporting the bodies natural healing process.



Somewhere, there are people

to whom we can speak with passion

without having the words catch in our throats.


Somewhere a circle of hands will open to receive us,

eyes will light up as we enter, voices will celebrate

 with us

whenever we come into our own power.


Community means strength that joins our strength

to do the work that needs to be done.

Arms to hold us when we falter.


A circle of healing.  A circle of friends.

Someplace where

we can be free.


This wonderful poem by Starhawk was on bwb’s post November 10, 2012.  I have chosen this as June’s Retired Feature Post and its beautiful message to reach out to all women that have joined the Balance Women’s Blog Community and thank you with all my heart.

The Post Originally Debuted Nov. 12, 2012