5 crystals for creativity, creatives, creators, artists and magic makers. Learn which stones support the creative process, download inspiration and overcome creative blocks…
We Are Creatives
You don’t have to be an artist or designer to be creative. Creativity comes in many forms and more and more people are finding that some form of creative expression is therapeutic and good for mental health. As we move more into the digital age, more people are having to tap into their creativity and create content.
The crystals in this blog post can help you tap into creative energy and use it however you like. Whether that means writing, painting, crafting, designing or making things. Whether this is for your work, a side hussle or purely for yourself.
Working With The Creativity Oracle
I recently came across this amazing and unique oracle deck designed especially for creative projects. I wish I had found this oracle sooner, it is really helpful.
Each of the 80 gilded cards gives simple guidance or inspiration to move forward with creative projects and overcome the challenges you face. You can learn more at the link below.
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Working With Crystals For Creativity
How you choose to work with crystals for creativity is up to you. You could carry or wear your chosen crystal when you need a creative spark or while you are creating, journaling, sketching, brainstorming or making things.
Another way is to meditate with the stone and see what inspiration you receive during or after this. Don’t try to force these ideas though, sometimes they come at the time and sometimes they come later.
TIP: Creativity is connected to the Sacral Chakra. You could lay down and place the crystal over your sacral chakra for 5 -10 minutes to awaken creative energy or clear creative blocks.
Choosing Your Crystal
As always, these are just options, you don’t need all these crystals. Look at the pics and read my notes and see which one seems right for you. Listen to your intuition. If you’re unsure, see which one keeps drawing you back to it. There’s your answer.
5 Crystals For Creativity, Creators & Makers
1 – CARNELIAN
Carnelian stokes the inner fire of creativity. It awakens the motivation you need to develop creative projects and ideas. Work with Carnelian to initiate the creative process or as a guide along the way to keep moving towards your end goal.
2 – PEACH SELENITE
Peach Selenite (Satin Spar) is also known as Orange Selenite. This form of Selenite is a powerful cleanser of the Sacral Chakra. Peach Selenite helps clear creative blocks. Work with this orange crystal if you are stuck, reached a dead end with a creative project or have writer’s block.
TIP: I’ve had amazing results with the Sacral Chakra method I shared above with this stone. Try it for yourself!
3 – PYRITE
You might wonder why I’ve chosen Pyrite as one of my crystals for creativity. Pyrite helps anyone who is trying to make a living from their creative work or art. It also can be helpful when you need to work on the practical side of things, forming a plan of action or growing your creative business.
4 – LABRADORITE
Magical Labradorite assists creators in exploring and expressing their creative side. Labradorite stimulates your creative vision and can bring in more imaginative ideas. This colourful crystal helps you think outside the box and create fantastic things that inspire others and enrich people’s lives.
5 – SODALITE
Sodalite has an electric energy and works with the higher mind. Sodalite supports the creative process by bringing in divine inspiration, breakthroughs and creative solutions when needed. Work with this indigo-blue and white stone when you have finished a project and need to start something new (but don’t know what). It also helps clear the mind of distractions while working on your creative projects.
What do you create and what are you creating now? 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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