The 5 Best Crystals For Writers
As a writer and blogger, I spend a good deal of my time working with words. Words are wonderful. Whether you are a creative writer, copy writer, blogger, poet, journalist, you name it, words can have a huge impact.
If you’re struggling to find the words for your written project try working with some of the crystal friends below. Each imparts a unique attribute that is just perfect for those who love weaving words together.
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Sodalite is generally considered to be a communication stone. Whether your drafting an essay, a book or a poem working with sodalite can help you find the words to share your message. It is also quite handy to have on hand when you need to sort through the million and one ideas floating around in your head.
Citrine is widely regarded as the prosperity or merchant’s stone. This stone is a good pick if you are trying to get your work noticed by others. A little help never hurts when you’re trying to attract abundance your way 🙂
Rose quartz is known for its loving properties. So, it’s perfect if you are constantly judging yourself.
While setting goals and striving for the best is important, erasing every word you’ve written in a fit of self-judgement isn’t quite so helpful. So, pick up your rose quartz and take a moment to remind yourself that you’ve got this!
Focus is one of the top things that every writer needs to succeed. If you can’t focus and you’re opening 15 social media tabs every five minutes, you simply won’t finish your work.
This is wear black onyx comes in. Black onyx is often worn to aid with concentration and focus. When I really need to crack down on a project, my black onyx bracelet is my personal go to.
Amethyst is a highly intuitive stone. This essentially means that it can help you learn how to trust your gut.
Put it this way, have you ever written a page only to erase it, rewrite it, erase it again and then decide the first prose you wrote was the best? Well, if you had trusted your gut right from the beginning you might have trusted your gut and saved both your time and energy.
What crystals do you work with when you’re writing? I’d love to hear your experiences 🙂
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