- a honey-yellow color typical of amber.
- “her eyes were green flecked with amber.”
- a yellow light used as a cautionary signal between green for “go” and red for “stop.”
- plural noun: ambers
- “the lights were at amber.”
Metaphysical – Longer definition: Metaphysics is a type of philosophy or study that uses broad concepts to help define reality and our understanding of it. Metaphysical studies generally seek to explain inherent or universal elements of reality which are not easily discovered or experienced in our everyday life.
Metaphysical. / (ˌmɛtəˈfɪzɪkəl) / adjective. denoting or relating to certain 17th-century poets who combined intense feeling with ingenious thought and often used elaborate imagery and conceits.
Amber is a traditionally feminine name with roots in Arabic and Celtic languages. It can mean “fierce” or refer to the amber-colored jewel of the same name (actually, amber isn’t a jewel; it’s a translucent fossilized resin or tree sap, but often used in jewelry and sure is pretty).
Glowing with a golden quality, Amber is a dab hand at helping cleanse and clear the sacral chakra. This delightful gem is all about balance and stability and building the wisdom within your spiritual house. Amber encourages creative self-expression and the purification of one’s own thoughts.
Amber is a baby girl name familiar in the Muslim religion. Amber’s name meanings are The unbeatable, Sky, Jewel, colored stone, Perfume, Ambergris, and responsible. Once you experience the properties of amber, you’ll likely feel cleansed. Amber extracts negative energy from your body’s auric field and the surrounding environment. As a result, it’s a good protection stone that keeps your energy high throughout the day.
Amber is also a very spiritual gem. It seems to capture the light and warmth of the sun within its structure and the vibrant, life-giving qualities of sunshine, without which, of course, none of us would even be alive.
Be amber today. While remembering past lessons, be alert, pleasant, and ingenious. (EZM)
WE&P by: EZorrillaM.