Few magical symbols are as universal as crystals and stones, which are used in cultures all over the world. Each color carries many meanings.
Red is a powerful shade with associations of love, war, fire, sex appeal, and blood. It is also a masculine color. Use stones such as ruby, red jasper, or garnet when you need extra protection or energy.
Orange is also linked to warmth, and is thought to increase appetite and vitality. Try orange gems for self-esteem and creativity. Carnelian and calcite are both orange shades.
Yellow is almost always a symbol of happiness, optimism, and intellect. If you need clarity and relief from burnout, pick up a yellow stone like amber, citrine or lemon quartz.
These gems have life in them: their colors speak, say what words fail of ~ George Eliot
Green, not surprisingly, is the color of nature, growth, and rebirth. It is perhaps the best all-purpose magical color. It can also be used to attract abundance or wealth. There are many popular green stones, among them jade, agate, and peridot.
Blue, the most calming color, was revered in many ancient cultures. Today it is connected to artistic and psychic talents. Use stones such as lapis lazuli or aventurine if you’re in need of some inner peace, or sleep.
Purple was once associated with royalty; it is now a color of spiritual fulfillment and magic. Use it to stimulate your creativity or remove impediments. Amethyst is a popular and widely available purple stone.
Indigo stones like azurite are said to help with deep insights and bridge the physical and spiritual realms.
By utilizing crystals … we will discover new ways to manipulate the energies of spirit ~ Dr. Richard Gerber
Pink is deeply connected to love and beauty; it has also been shown to induce relaxation. Carry a pink stone such as rose quartz to diffuse aggression.
White, while not technically its own color, is the combination of all colors. It represents wholeness and a full cycle. If you’re starting a new project or embarking on a new journey, try a white or clear gemstone, like opal or white quartz.
Black, the most misunderstood shade of all, actually represents rebirth, power, and the mysteries of life. It is connected to the circle of life in Native American cultures. There are many popular and easy-to-get black stones such as obsidian and jet.
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