What Can I Do With My Crystals? Using My Crystals
Simple Uses for Crystals – Using My Crystals Continued…
Last month we looked at some creative and simple uses for crystals. We explored several different ways we could put them to use in our lives; so let’s continue to discover some more with What Can I Do With My Crystals?
Spark your creativity!
Improve your Concentration
Develop your communication skills!
The above crystals will help you to speak up for yourself. They provide support enabling you to speak clearly and freely as well as to express yourself better emotionally. They also help to overcome shyness and improve your relationships by keeping communication lines open.
Likewise, you can bolster your public speaking resources with Carnelian.
These crystals work best when worn as a pendant hanging close to the throat. You can also wear them as earrings, or carry them in your pocket. You may choose to hold on to one, but don’t fidget as this will only cause distraction.
Strengthen your intuition!
You can place meditation crystals before you as a visual focal point, or hold them, or place them on the third eye chakra. These crystals include Apophyllite, Amethyst, Ametrine, Azurite, Celestite, Clear Quartz, Jade, Labradorite, Sugilite, Tiger Eye, Topaz, and Turquoise.
Ground yourself, or bring yourself back to Earth after meditating, hold a grounding stone such as Black Obsidian, Black Onyx, Black Tourmaline, Hematite, Jet, Red Jasper, Smokey Quartz, or place it between your feet.
Feel better about yourself!
All of these stones may be worn, held, carried, or placed in plain view where you work or spend a lot of time. Every time you look at them, they remind you of your intention to build your personal power.
Share the love!
Rose Quartz is also known as ‘The Love Stone’. It is the crystal to use to boost a healthy love for yourself, which you can then share with others. It also brings or attracts love into your life. Use it to increase romance as well as to strengthen the love between lovers, friends, and family members; also to keep any relationship balanced, peaceful, and loving; to make a friendship blossom, or to mend a broken heart. If it has to do with love, Rose Quartz is the stone to use. But of course, there are other stones of love.
Here are just a few examples:
To attract love use a Tantric Twin, also known as a soulmate crystal. It has two crystals of about the same size joined together side by side. Magnetite, Rhodochrosite, Rhodonite, Ruby, or Sapphire are also good at attracting and maintaining love relationships.
To heal the heart, place any pink stone over your heart, but particularly helpful are Pink Agate, Pink Kunzite, or Pink Tourmaline or you can wear as a pendant that hangs close to your heart.
You can wear, carry, hold, or bathe with ‘Love Stones’. Furthermore, you can decorate and place them throughout your home to create a more loving environment. Put one under your pillow or next to your bed to increase romance and intimacy.
Spice up your sex life!
Use Red Jasper to prolong your sexual pleasure.
Pink Tourmaline will help release inhibitions.
Place them next to, under, or around the bed, or wear them as jewellery.
Bring prosperity, wealth, and success into your life!
You may increase your affluence or prosperity by placing a Citrine (preferably a geode or cluster) in the “wealth corner” of your home. This is the corner to the furthest left and back from your front door. Should this be where your bathroom is, do not put your Citrine in there; otherwise any wealth that you acquire may well go right down the toilet!
Wealth and abundance come in many forms other than money and material things. Health, love, happiness, and a loving family also contribute to feeling wealthy and abundant. To attract wealth of any kind, keep, wear or carry Bloodstone, Emerald, Green Aventurine, Jade, Peridot, Pyrite, or Sardonyx.
Bring good luck!
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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.