Fire Agate, Lepidolite & Snowflake Obsidian are all Calming Crystals. Do you feel in need of some inner-calm? Then, read on to see how these crystals may lower your anxiety and raise your levels of happiness.
This crystal is a grounding gem, it is great at offering support when you are going through tough times. As well as having a calming effect, it brings about feelings of safety and security.
When using Fire Agate, you will feel more able to be introspective and find practical solutions to your problems. It helps to dispel fears and shroud you in protective energy.
If you have been feeling like you are burning the candle at both ends, then working with Fire Agate can let you feel less burnt out and more energised, it particularly supports removing aura and etheric blockages.
Using Lepidolite in healing rituals can be especially fruitful when you feel someone else is acting as a block in your life. It works in many ways to calm your body and soul, from reducing anxiety, lowering depressive thoughts and soothing insomnia.
Feeling stressed and anxious can make decision making difficult, this is where Lepidolite supports. By making it easier to concentrate, and easier to filter out unimportant details or distractions.
If insomnia is a worry, then placing the stone under or near your pillow will be helpful. It is also used against electromagnetic problems, so placing it on or near computers or technical equipment can also help. For support with connecting on a spiritual level, use Lepidolite to open up the throat, it will work in unison with the heart and crown chakras and third-eye.
This gem soothes and calms. It is particularly effective when used with the sacral chakra, a pure stone for balancing your spirit, body and mind.
One of Snowflake Obsidian’s best uses is in recognising negative thought patterns. Over time, its use will let you accept past mistakes and learn to not repeat bad patterns in the future.
If you have a lot of negative internal chatter, then Snowflake Obsidian can calm your mind. You will become less afraid of quiet time and more able to engage in meditation and solitary pursuits, without being afraid of loneliness and ‘wrong thinking’.