Ruby Metaphysical Properties | Healing

The Metaphysical Properties of Ruby

In this post, we are going to look at the metaphysical properties of a ruby.

Ruby is a stone that helps your awareness in both aspects of spiritual and mystical experiences with the oneness of the universe. When using this stone you can experience spirituality in everyday life. It will help your thoughts and intentions in a physical manifestation, as well as assist you in seeing spiritual energy, also known as the Clairvoyance.

Ruby Metaphysical Properties | Healing With Rubies

Ruby will relinquish imprints of past traumas both emotional and physical. Actively stimulating the root chakra, some of the rubies metaphysical properties are:

  • Increases desire
  • sexual energy
  • used to activate the Kundalini.
  • Increases natural feelings of Love, Commitment and Intimacy.

This precious gem promotes motivation, a clearer mind and an increase in concentration. It will bring feelings of power to those who wear the stone. It will do this by:

  • Boosting self-confidence
  • determination
  • overcoming shyness
  • Driving one to their goals and prosperity

It helps with reducing the fear of evil and paranormal activity, or where there is a risk of psychic or psychological attack. As well as giving protection against nightmares it can act in the protection of ‘home intruders’.

The Rubys Physical healing properties

Physically, ruby is a stone that is connected to the circulatory system. In turn, it has many physical advantages to being worn if you suffer from any circulatory issues. If worn for the majority of the time it will:

  • Strengthens the heart
  • Increases general blood condition
  • It stimulates circulation and blood flow,
  • Strengthens the coronaries
  • Strengthen ventricles and the myocardium
  • Aids in treating disease or disorders of the heart.

This stone is said to be beneficial to the reproductive organs by treating sexual dysfunction, infertility, and impotence. Also helpful to women in early menopause and used as support after gynecological operations. Assisting in regulating menstrual flow and alleviating pain caused by menstruation. Also believed to help during pregnancy and is especially helpful to older women during pregnancy, as well as infants in the womb at the time of implantation.

Rubies used to be used for treating fevers, infections and for detoxifying the body’s blood and lymph nodes. They are linked to the adrenals, the kidneys, and the spleen, it assists with circulation when the energy flow is inadequate to the feet and legs. It has also been known to help regulate weight, more so for when emotional eating is the causing factor. Aids in blood pressure instability, lower cholesterol and stimulates the pituitary gland.

The Rubys Emotional Healing


Emotionally, Ruby stimulates enthusiasm and gets you all fired up, helpful when boredom has set in as it will get your blood flowing. It will intensify emotions and invoke passion when used as a talisman to bring Joy, Love, Wealth, Sexual Vigour and Power.

A powerful healing crystal for helping people who fight to be in a physical body in the physical world, those who have a feeling of not belonging. It can help you to interact in life and be more loving to your physical body and self.

This gem will rejuvenate and raise you from lethargy and exhaustion, fills you with enthusiasm when it seems to be lacking and it creates a balancing effect on hyperactivity. A stone of protection that sustains those of a sensitive nature and with an anamorphic view of themselves. Overcomes fears of being unlovable and ugly. As well as releasing the destructive emotions one holds and assists in developing the more loving attributes about the self and the physical body.

Ruby History

Myanmar (Burma), located on the southern border of China, was the world’s main exporter of rubies. This was from the Mogok valley in the north of the country. Although recently good rubies have rarely been found in these mines. This gave way to the area of Mong Hsu, which since the 1990s has become the world’s largest mining area in the world.

The first recorded transportations of them were written in literature of the Silk Road wherein approx 200BC they were transported along this ‘road’ in the same way as diamonds and other valuable items from China were. 

Asian countries have always revered rubies as an extremely precious gemstoneThey were used as embellishments of armor, scabbards, and harnesses of the noblemen. They were in fact so highly regarded in India and China that they were even laid under foundations of buildings to ensure the good fortune of the buildings above them.

Other Ruby Information

Ruby is a gemstone that is a variety of the mineral corundum which is a crystalline form of aluminum oxide that contains traces of iron, titanium, vanadium, and chromium. Rubies and sapphires are the only 2 varieties of the mineral corundum that are considered to be of gem quality. 

Rubies are not red due to the iron content like you would possibly be fooled into thinking, but because of the presence of chromium.

They are one of the 5 main cardinal gems (gems that have been traditionally considered to be precious above all others) the other 4 cardinal gemstones are amethyst, diamond, emerald, and sapphire.

The name ruby originates from the Latin word for red which is ruber.

Quality of a stone

The quality of a stone is the deciding factor in giving it a final valuation. However, quality is not measured by only one standard. In the industry of valuing stones, the 4C’s are used:

Colour: blood-red or pigeon blood is a lot more valuable than other rubies that have the same qualities in the other 3c’s.

Cut: while there are no official rules or grades for the cuts of gemstones, it is the general rule that the cut needs to reflect light evenly with no darkness or windows.

Clarity: The highest clarity of a gemstone would be one with absolutely no inclusions. However, this is usually unobtainable, as gemstones are natural after all.

Carat: the one we have likely all heard about. This is the physical weight of the gemstone. It will appear different in different stones due to 2 main reasons; firstly the cut. That will make the stone appear larger, smaller, deeper, shallower, etc depending on the cut. Secondly, it is their density. While all materials have their own densities, they will also have their own weights for a specific size. For an example of common items and their weights for certain sizes, look here.

I hope this helps. Blessings to you. Please Share this on your social media if you like it. 🙂

J2A 🙂