The Healing Properties Of Silver
It is a beautiful soft, white lustrous metal that has the highest electrical conductivity of any element and also the highest thermal conductivity of any metal.
Silver has a Mohs hardness of 2.5 with a cubic crystal structure. Pretty cool, huh?
What Does It Do?
Silver has this soothing and calm energy where as Gold is more powerful and intense. Silver, a metal of the emotions, amplifies the energy of any gemstone it is set in–minerals too.
Silver is also antibacterial.
Silver in Medicine
Cyrus the Great, a Persian king who ruled somewhere between 550-529 BC, set up one of the first health boards and established a medical dispensary.
Drinking water was drawn from a special stream, then it was boiled and stored in huge silver containers.
In 1884, Dr.Carl Siegmund Franz Credé, a German gynecologist and obstetrician who received his doctorate from the University of Berlin, introduced the use of Silver nitrate eye drops as an antiseptic for the prevention of ophthalmia neonatorum in newborns.
He used a 2% silver nitrate solution and treated 1,160 newborns. Only two infants still developed the disease.
Later, the solution was diluted to 1% and is now considered a standard practice in obstetrics. Click here to learn more.
Healing With Silver
Many countries use silver as some form of currency, so it’s no wonder why silver will attract the energy of prosperity to while meditating.
Silver is also great with healing aids in sending healing energy–especially if a gemstone/mineral that is wrapped or set in silver is being sent to the person who needs the healing.
Even standing in the sunlight will help.
For example, below is an Emerald I wrapped in both Silver and 14K Gold Filled Wire, which also has brass in the metal mix. Both Gold and Brass are projective, and Silver is receptive.
Emerald is also receptive so the silver amplifies the receptive energies of the Emerald while the Gold and Brass balance out the energies and warm the the flow of projective energy.
About the Author
Johnna Sabri is a mineral, gem and crystal collector and wire artist. She loves experimenting with different styles of wrapping and collecting gems and minerals. Her work has been modeled by GA State University students in one of their annual fashion shows.
Johnna has also served customers all around the world including Dubai, Finland, The Philippines, Australia, Canada, the UK, China, and Hong Kong as well as people in every US state.
She learned her craft from Grammy winning guitarist, Daryl Adonis Thompson, son of Eli “Lucky” Thompson, the saxophonist who played with Dizzy Gillespie and Isaac Hayes. Daryl was well known in the Little 5 Points Atlanta community as a master at his craft. Read more on Johnna here.