Take your favorite stone with you and take in all the sun.
Imagine this bright white light embracing you and transforming all the gray and black areas of your aura succumb into oblivion.
After starting your day with this refreshing visualization of the summer solstice, spend the rest of your day doing things that make you feel vital.
Listening to your favorite music during your free time, or drinking your favorite beverage while working. Anything you feel like doing.
Amazonite, the perfect stone for clearing anxiety and emotional scars from past trauma. The stone is excellent in releasing toxic emotions, making you manifest better. Amazonite will surely help you move beyond fear of confrontation or judgment, love your inner truth, and discover your integrity. Aside from these, Amazonite also absorbs electromagnetic pollution, so expect all the stress from technology to subside.
Don’t forget about Tiger Eye. Tiger Eye provides mental focus and confidence that will help you overcome any challenge. The stone brings professional and financial success, and will also protect you during travels. If you want to attract wealth and good luck, keep this stone with you and feel it pour passion, willpower, self-esteem, determination, and strength into your soul.
Agate, a stone of strength. This stone will conserve your energy and enhance your longevity. It will give you courage when you most need it, and strengthen your emotions, confidence, concentration, perception, and analytical abilities. If you are starting over, Agate is also the perfect stone for healing trauma. The stone will protect you inside and out.
Aside from these, Lapis Lazuli. Lapis Lazuli is the stone of the gods, kings, and queens, for its ability to nurture you communication skills. The stone helps leaders become more intuitive of action plans, and courageous of pursuing these plans. When experiencing a mental block, use this stone to visualize and focus.
Don’t be afraid to bask in the sunlight.
“Sunshine is nature’s hug and spirit breath to the Earth.”
– Terri Guillemets
Words by Tina Macaraeg