Harness the magic of these goddess crystals for some of the top goddesses, including Isis, Brigid, Artemis, Kuan Yin, Venus and Kali. Tap into the power, energy and wisdom of these ancient goddesses for spiritual work, rituals and devotional altars…
Goddess Crystals & The Earth’s Treasures
Since ancient times humans have carved images of goddesses in stone and gemstones. This planet is considered Mother Earth by many and the mineral kingdom is her realm. Many different crystals are associated with goddesses in different cultures and traditions. What I’m sharing here is just my perspective and a suggestion for you to try.
These associations are not based on anyone else’s work and they don’t replace other associations. I’m working with my own intuitive insights, the properties of the crystals and my research into these goddesses. Some associations are obvious and will be found elsewhere.
Please note, this is not a definitive list of goddesses or their crystals. It’s just a place to get you started, I encourage you to do your own research into these goddesses. Hopefully, some of these crystals will resonate with you and you will give them a try.
How To Work With Goddess Crystals
You can work with these goddess crystals in many ways depending on you and your spiritual practice or tradition. They could be worn, carried on you and meditated with. Alternatively, you could place them on your altar or sacred space.
Work them into goddess rituals, crystal grids or combine them with other spiritual tools. Maybe you have a special oracle or Tarot deck that connects you with this goddess? You could keep the associated goddess crystal with them.
Goddess Crystal: Lapis Lazuli
The Egyptian Goddess Isis is was a Mother Goddess associated with magic, rebirth and healing. She magically brought Osiris back to life. The Romans fell in love with Isis and built her temples as far north as the British Isles.
This midnight blue gemstone symbolises the starry night sky and carries the mystical and intuitive properties of Isis. Lapis Lazuli is a deeply healing stone that also assists you in clearing trauma from past lives.
Goddess Crystal: Carnelian
Brigid (Brigit, Briggida) is the Celtic Goddess of fertility, light, energy and creativity. She was associated with the feast of Imbolc, which heralds the return of the warmth and light of Spring. It’s believed that the Irish Saint Brigit was based on her or combined with her.
Brigid is a fiery goddess who works well with the fire element stone of Carnelian. This crystal gently stimulates your energy, empowers you and encourages creative flow.
Goddess Crystal: Moonstone
Artemis (Roman Diana) is the Greek Goddess of wild animals, hunting and childbirth. She is a fierce protector of woman and their right to choose their partner or none at all. Artemis is the twin sister of Apollo (solar) and a lunar goddess.
Moonstone helps you tap into your divine feminine power and harness lunar energy. It’s a crystal of travel and allows your intuition to guide you towards your goals and destiny.
Goddess Crystal: Lavender Amethyst
Quan Yin (Kwan Yin, Quan Yin, Guan Yin) is the Chinese Goddess of mercy and compassion. She’s believed to be a female aspect of the Buddha Avalokitesvara. Her name is sometimes said to mean “she who hears the cries of the world”.
Lavender Amethyst is a pale violet or violet-pink form of Amethyst, usually with high clarity, like Vera Cruz Amethyst. This high vibe crystal is cleansing and can be used to release karmic patterns. Lavender Amethyst helps us find compassion for people and forgive.
Goddess Crystal: Black Obsidian
Kali is the Hindu Goddess of destruction. This is a huge natural force in our universe as destruction clears the path for the new. For many, her intense energy is seen as an essential component of removing limitations and initiating rebirth.
Black Obsidian works well with the Goddess Kali and her black energy. This form of volcanic glass assists you in severing connections to anything or anyone that holds you back. Black Obsidian helps with shadow work and also brings powerful protection.
Goddess Crystal: Rose Quartz
The Roman Goddess Venus (Greek Aphrodite) is the goddess of love, beauty and gardens. She was sometimes shown with a mirror indicating that loving yourself makes you more attractive. The planet we call Venus in English was given her name by the Romans.
This pink form of Quartz resonates with the planet and goddess Venus. Rose Quartz is the self-care crystal. This ultra-feminine gemstone works with the heart and assists you in loving yourself, relationships or attracting a partner.
Do you have a favourite goddess? 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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