Let’s talk about Crystals to help you Study!
So which crystals are the best for this purpose?
I have 2 go-to favorites when people ask me about crystals that help you to concentrate for studying & that I use for any kind of concentration activity, clarity activity or studying activity.
Specifically for studying I like Fluorite + Stilbite.
Rainbow Fluorite can have really beautiful colorations in it. Fluorite comes in green, blues, pinks, purples; all different colors! I actually have a separate video all about fluorite here.
Fluorite does exhibit the sacred geometry of the octahedron formation really, really easily in it’s structure.
Not always, sometime they grow in masses, but sometimes they do go ahead & grow just like the photo above because they are part of the cubic crystal system.
So I really like fluorite because it really ushers in that focus & clarity of mind that you’re seeking when studying.
If you want to learn more about Fluorite then you’ll want to watch my video here!
Then there is Stilbite. The 1 I showcase in the above video is kind of a heavy cluster specimen. Here’s another…
Stilbite often grows with apophilite (the clear 4-sided points you see in the photo above & in the video). The peach parts that you see in the specimen in my video & in the above photo are the stilbite. But stilbite can also come in varying colors: white, yellow, brown, pink, salmon, orange, red, green, blue or black.
Stilbite helps you with clear thinking & clarity of thought. And, also if you need help making a decision, any sort of decision making…Stilbite can help with that.
So next time you’re studying for an exam or taking a course (perhaps you’re gearing up to take the Hibiscus Moon Certified Crystal Healer Certification!) go ahead & pair up Fluorite + Stilbite.
Then buckle down do the work & you’ll be good to go with better focus along with less frustration & stress.
Have you tried this powerful combo to focus & increase your concentration? To ramp up your Focus Pocus? What are your go to sparkle tools for studying? Tell us in the comments below.