Amethyst or Jade Gemstone Tree with Fluorite Base
Fluorite is the ultimate stone for focus, making it ideal for meditation practices. It aids in releasing the “monkey mind”
Fluorite is the genius stone. It supports the brain in thinking through otherwise complex problems. It’s especially helpful to have nearby while working on computers. Some sources say it helps to deflect the electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from computer equipment and other electronics.
Fluorite tumbled stone teaches you how to go with the flow and embrace challenging emotions.
Amethyst Gemstone Tree on Fluorite Base
Affirmation: I create my reality. I can change my reality. It’s easy for me to transform and transmute challenging situations. I use my intuition and follow my hunches.
Use this purple-toned quartz to ward off nightmares and encourage sweet dreams and restful sleep. It is also good to help you remember your dreams. Amethyst helps protect you from psychic attacks and clear out the negative thoughts of the day.
The purple vibration in amethyst tumbled stone has powerful transformative qualities. To use this vibration in changing unwanted situations, imagine yourself surrounded by a vibrating, glowing bubble of violet light emanating from the stone.
When you realize your emotions need to be transformed or significantly shifted, amethyst’s purple energy gives you the strength and wherewithal to make the change.
Jade Gemstone Tree on Fluorite Base
As Luck Would Have It . . .
Affirmation: I am so incredibly lucky! I have many blessings in my life. Abundance and prosperity are constantly flowing in my life.
Jade helps you make the connection between the earth and your heart, allowing your awareness of the elemental world to assist you in your daily life.
Jade can affect your emotional well-being, so be sure to keep a Jade near your heart while you sleep to recalibrate your emotions each night.
Do you wish for more luck? Be assured that you have all the luck you need at your disposal. It’s almost as if you have a four-leaf clover in your pocket!
Excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones (Llewellyn 2013) by Margaret Ann Lembo