How to Alleviate Workplace Stress Using Crystals.
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How to Alleviate Workplace Stress Using Crystals. At times we are all affected by stress while we’re at work. Stressors appear in every shape, form, and manner and we all respond to them differently. Stress is certainly a negative factor in our daily lives and can have far-reaching consequences for us all.
Crystals, especially shaped crystals can sit innocently in your workspace and all the while be doing a great deal to help remove or negate stress, improve results and perk up your work life. A well-placed crystal can effectively deal with stress so that it doesn’t adversely affect us and can be beneficial for your customers and co-workers at the same time.
Here are some crystal shapes, colours, and uses for overcoming stress and improving conditions in the workplace.
What Shape Should I Use?
Some crystal shapes occur naturally and others are worked and shaped by man. In choosing an appropriate shape, start with a problem or condition you would like some help with and then identify the shape best suited for that purpose…
Arrowheads – point the way, provide direction and help to keep you on track. They remind you that there is always help available to let you know what to do next and where to go.
Clusters – are representative of the interconnectedness of everything. They are excellent for setting intentions that will have wide-ranging effects.
Cubes – use for completing life and business cycles and when you need to affirm that everything will turn out for the best.
Eggs – symbolise productivity and creativeness and are useful when new ideas and ways of doing things are needed.
Geodes – useful for being more grounded and focusing your attention while contemplating your innermost thoughts.
Hearts – help you to focus your attention and approach your work with more commitment by attracting and expressing more ‘love’ in your life.
Obelisks – bring a sense of order and formality helping to reduce a fall into chaos.
Octahedrons – provide inner strength and stability. Use for embracing community responsibility and strengthening interaction between team players.
Pyramids – amplify your focus and love, use for the preservation of knowledge and wisdom and to strengthen protection.
Spheres – use to calm communications and provide helpful insight when relating and connecting with others.
Wands – utilized for memory recall, to maintain focus and strengthen concentration, and to amplify vital life force.
What Crystal Should I Use?
Similar to picking a particular shape, picking the type of crystal can be done by recognizing your goal or purpose. Below are a few examples of crystals that are useful for some common workplace issues.
Amber: Amber when used with conscious intention provides the courage to establish healthy boundaries in your relationships and across all areas of your life.
Amethyst: Amethyst is a powerful partner for changing unwanted circumstances and taking control of the current situation.
Black Tourmaline: Black Tourmaline is one of the best crystals to protect you from negative energy and to promote a relaxed outlook and dissolve tension.
Blue Lace Agate: Blue Lace Agate improves your ability to communicate and speak your truth. Useful when you want to be heard and really understood by others.
Bloodstone: Bloodstone supplies a desirable boost for creativity and motivation.
Citrine: Citrine attracts wealth and joy and encourages happiness and a bright outlook.
Clear Quartz: Clear Quartz increases mental clarity and is an excellent system fortifier and protector.
Emerald: Emerald assists with mental clarity and it is also an indicator of abundance that helps you to envision wealth all around you.
Garnet: Garnet is a source of energy for ourselves and also for those around us.
Hematite: Hematite is an anti-stress crystal that reflects back negative energies and also helps dissolve issues of confrontation.
Larimar: Larimar opens the lines of communication between yourself and others.
Rainbow Obsidian: Rainbow Obsidian is helpful when you need to trigger your memory.
Rose Quartz: Rose Quartz is very protective and soothing, helping to unblock anxiety and allowing you to become more open and receptive to challenges.
Smokey Quartz: Smokey Quartz is helpful for protecting us from doubts, worries and providing emotional and spiritual security.
What do I do with them?
Select the shapes and crystals for your desired outcome and display them in your workspace to help achieve the results you are looking for, as well as contribute to the lessening of stress in your workplace.
Alternatively, you may carry smaller crystals in your pocket and every time you touch your chosen crystal it will bring your mind back to your intention.
We spent a large portion of our lives at our workplaces, so it makes sense to use crystals to help make them happier, more rewarding, and less stressful places to be.
Further to How to Alleviate Workplace Stress Using Crystals, we were also asked this question.
Crystals to Provide Energy and Motivation at Work
Q. There are times when I am lacking in energy and motivation and this is having an impact on my business and workflow. Are there some crystals that can help overcome this problem? Alex Brown, Sunshine Coast.
A. You could put together an Energy and Motivation pouch with the following crystals. And keep it at your work or business environment or around you to provide support and stimulation.
Carnelian – increases positivity, confidence, and motivation.
Clear Quartz – is a powerful healing and energy amplifier, regulates energy, and is excellent for unblocking it.
Green Aventurine – will gently encourage you to persevere and assist you to see alternatives and new possibilities.
Moss Agate – to increase hope and optimism and improve your self-esteem and self-confidence.
Orange Calcite – is a great energy amplifier.
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Disclaimer: The outlined metaphysical and healing properties in this website are for inspiration and reference. We gather this information and alleged properties from writings, books, folklore and various other sources. They are also dependent upon the attitude and beliefs of the individual. Furthermore they do not replace diagnosis or treatment by a qualified therapist or physician.