Nine crystals for tough times and times of crisis. Build inner strength, courage and calm in the face of challenges, unforeseen change, stress and difficult times…
Going Through A Rough Time?
At the time of writing this (2020), it’s safe to say most people on the planet have experienced a challenging year. People and families are being tested, stable jobs vanished overnight and everyone has a lot more to deal with than normal.
I’ve been asked for crystals for tough times to help you get through big challenges. So I’ve put together a toolkit of crystals for tough times and sh*t storms. When you are feeling stressed or about to lose it, reach for one of these crystals to guide you through the chaos.
“Just remember this will all be over and you will look back on it one day and think, I made it!”
How To Use Crystals For Tough Times
As always the following crystal suggestions are all possible options for you to try. You don’t need all these crystals but feel free to combine crystals if you want. You can select crystals by their properties and your intuition. I recommend you cleanse your crystals and program them with your intention for the best results.
9 Crystals For Tough Times & Crisis
This mysterious looking crystal is also known as Tempest Stone. It was discovered in South Africa and comes in warm firey colours or cool blues. Pietersite is a great stone for navigating life changes and going through personal transformation. It helps you rise above the chaos and become the calm within the storm.
I have chosen Bloodstone as one of my crystals for tough times because it gives you courage. This forest-green and blood-red stone builds inner strength within you to face inner or outer challenges. Bloodstone is also a good stone on the path of self-healing.
Reach for Amazonite when you are feeling stressed out by other people or your situation. It is a calming stone that will help balance your emotions and energy. Amazonite also brings you support when you need to have more faith that you will get through challenging periods in your life.
Let this magical crystal be your guide-stone through hard times. Labradorite shifts and changes as you shift and change as a person. It helps you go through life transitions and eases personal transformation. When you are going through a rough time, Labradorite helps stop it from getting you down and allows you to shine your light!
Another good crystal for dealing with stress and worry. Work with Rose Quartz to calm your nerves and anchor inner peace. This pink form of Quartz offers emotional support and is one of the best stones to comfort you. Let this soothing stone melt away what is not serving you and focus more on looking after yourself.
Earthy Bronzite can assist you through boosting your determination in the face of challenges and difficulties. Bronzite helps you face and overcome stubborn blocks and obstacles in life so that you can move forward. It is also a good grounding stone to keep your centre.
Grab some Turquoise when you need to get some clarity. It clears the mind and helps you see the bigger picture in any form of chaos in your life. Turquoise helps you relax, release stress and brings peace and calm. Another benefit of this stone during challenging situations is that it helps strengthen your faith.
This crystal is also known as Eclipse Stone. Bumblebee Jasper helps stabilise and balance your energy during chaotic times. Work with this stone during any life changes you are going through, it helps you adapt to change fast. Bumblebee Jasper supports you in overcoming fear and empowers you to move forward.
Grab some Hematite if you need to still your mind and stop scattering your energy. This grounding stone helps reduce anxiety while blocking out negative energies entering your aura. Hematite gives you the inner strength you need to weather the storm and increase your resilience.
Which crystal or crystals will you be working with? I would love to hear from you in the comments below (PLEASE keep any questions you have concise and stick to this blog post topic if you want a response).
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