Indicating Correct Fingers for wearing the Blue Sapphire Gemstones

  November 4, 2016
Blue Sapphire Gemstones

It is very easy to be tempted by the majestic beauty of the Blue Sapphire, a member of the corundum family of gemstones. However, do not give in to your desire without taking relevant advice from a reputed astrologer. Do remember that it is befriended by planet Saturn, the slowest-moving planet in The Heavens. He can make you vacillate between extreme joy and terrible despair in accordance with his moods.

What should you keep in mind when selecting a Blue Sapphire or Neelam?

Kashmir (India) and Sri Lanka offer the best Blue Sapphires. However, the gemstones may be found in the mines of Thailand, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Pakistan, Vietnam, Cambodia and Australia too. The precious stone gets its glorious colour due to a combination of aluminium oxide and cobalt. Since it is rare to obtain a natural stone so easily, the expensive gemstone is counted amongst the four most precious stones in the world.

Be grateful that a genuine gemstone is scratch proof and flawless in its beauty. This is because the Neelam is one of the hardest minerals across the globe and wonderfully transparent in appearance. Hold the stone high in brilliant light and observe the marvellous display of colours. You may witness snatches of purple, sky blue, violet, deep blue, etc.
Unless you buy from reputed dealers like, you may end up with a flawed Blue Sapphire. You do not wish to invite a gemstone that reveals dual tones, dull hues, an overly dark colour, a milky appearance, white lines, a cracked surface or red dots on it, into your already troubled life. If you do so, you may expect sudden misfortunes, accidents, problems with vision and loss of peace of mind.

How should you wear the Blue Sapphire?

Now, it is possible that your astrologer feels that your zodiac sign will feel extremely comfortable with Neelam. In such a situation, to buy Blue Sapphire online and have it embedded on a silver or gold, open-backed ring. The back of the ring should permit the stone to remain in constant contact with your skin. Your gemstone may weigh anywhere between three and six carats.

The stone has to be put through a purification process before being placed on your finger. Choose a Saturday, which falls in Shukla Paksha (first fifteen days of any month). Soak the ring in a mixture of pure honey, pure water and raw milk for half-an-hour or so. You may also burn incense sticks or engage in some holy chanting during this time. When the process is completed, place the ring on the middle finger of your right hand. This finger lies above the Mount of Saturn on your palm. The exact time for this activity should lie between 5 AM and 7 AM. You may replace this gemstone with a new one after four years, if your astrologer advises you to do so.

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