Rock Solid Foundation. Stones to Strengthen.
'Twas the end of December, and all through the house, all creatures were frenzied; yes, even the mouse...
check: Any mouse in my house *should* be frenzied. I have a kitten and
she's speedy. However, the craziness that tends to come with Holiday
season can get to be a bit much for us humans.
So, let's sit back, relax and take a look at some stones with metaphysical properties associated with strength.
know that attributing properties to rocks may not be everyone’s thing.
This blog is meant to inform and entertain, not preach.*
is said to strengthen and amplify any energy placed into it. It's also
said to enhance the energy of other stone groups. Quartz is also
believed to enhance the mind's ability to focus on the positive in place
of the negative.If you're feeling like the whole "rocks having energy"
thing is a little out there, it's worth noting that crystal quartz can
can transform mechanical pressure or heat into electromagnetic energy,
and vice versa.
Carnelian is said to be a stone of action,
helping us to overcome indecision or procrastination and increase
feelings of independence. It is said to help enhance vitality and love
of life and increase energy while helping to ward off negative energy,
and feelings of jealousy or rage.
Red Jasper is known
as the Stone of Endurance. It is said to bring physical strength,
energy, and stamina. Red Jasper is also said to be a stone of emotional
empowerment and courage.
Tiger Eye is said to boost
will power, as well as emotional stability, and enhance energy. It is
also said to boost hope, confidence, and optimism. Tiger Eye is also
said to help people find confidence in their unique strengths and
abilities while using them in alliance with their values.
is said to help develop emotional strength and stamina, and to bring
extra support during stressful events. Like Tiger Eye, it is also said
to help in issues of will power or self-discipline. It is also said to
guard against draining emotional energy.
you 100% know that you don’t care or want to know about it - that’s
totally OK. I’ve noticed that the metaphysical concept is like Cilantro
or Black Licorice. It’s either something you like or something that
makes your face go “eeew,” involuntarily. Since energy work and rocks
are becoming more mainstream, we do want to take the time to offer some
stones have an historic and/or contemporary reputation for various
physical, mental, emotional and spiritual qualities. For our purposes,
we’ll steer away from the physical healing aspect. As an artisan, you
can certainly choose to provide that information to your customers. However, it’s extremely important not to offer your jewelry or stone lore as an alternative to care from a medical provider.
- Erin, Dakota Stones
Thanks for the information. I think you’re presenting it in the most diplomatic way possible. When I’m really stressed, I put on my tiger eye necklace and 5 minutes later, I’m calm!