Clear Quartz Arrowhead
Arrowhead properties: Use this Clear Quartz Arrowhead shape to help remind you that there is always direction available to help you know what to do, where to go, and what to do next. You can use an arrowhead to help you focus your intention on identifying what you enjoy doing. When you do what you love, prosperity, peace, and love will be more abundant in your life.
Affirmation: I am a clear channel of love, light, and well-being. All is well in my life. I have great mental clarity, balanced emotions, and financial abundance. All of my heart’s desires are realized now! The way is always evident and effortless.
Chakra(s): all apply
About the stone: Quartz is a prolific mineral composed of silicon dioxide and is found in several forms.
Astrological sign(s): all apply
Mohs scale: 7
Spiritual uses: Clear quartz carries within it the full spectrum of light. It transmits and transduces energy. Use this stone for any and all spiritual pursuits; including meditation, connecting with your guardian angel, channeling, higher knowledge and wisdom, shamanic journeywork, spiritual-healing modalities, and energy work. Clear quartz assists when aligning with Archangels Haniel, Michael, and Sandalphon. This stone is easily programmable by just holding the quartz and thinking of the thought, words, or action that is desired to infuse it into the crystal. Always program the stone with love and well-being, and all will work out for the highest good.
Mental uses: Clear quartz helps you stay focused on the goal at hand. It’s a perfect companion for students of all ages and all teachings.
Emotional uses: Clear quartz helps you get clear on the real source of your emotional upset. Pay attention to your feelings and emotions while holding clear quartz as it amplifies whatever you are focused on.
Physical uses: Clear quartz is a crystal that essentially supports your overall well-being. Whatever you intend or focus your attention on while holding clear quartz will be amplified.
Excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones. (Llewellyn. 2013) by Margaret Ann Lembo