We need all the help we can get don’t we – with work, time management, social commitments, and life in general. Sometimes it’s busy, stressful, and we forget to take care of ourselves and our environments so that we can get the most out of our days… and our nights.
Crystals can often be our most helpful resource when it comes to balancing our environment and ensuring our minds are focused and free to wander creatively through our writing. They can also help to settle negative energy and spiritual unrest around us – those things we often don’t even know are there, let alone affecting us so much.
While my partner is skeptical of the value of such things, he does support the use of crystals in our home, and has even been known to purchase a crystal that he’s been drawn to when at markets or stores lately. I know a lot of people are skeptical of such things, but let’s face it, there’s a lot to be skeptical about, but what harm does it do to have a rose quartz sitting on your desk or in your bedroom. Maybe it does help – maybe it doesn’t. But what harm is done if it’s really only a pretty rock in the corner?
I’m not going to make this post all about the specific benefits of crystals, but I do want to stress that when it comes to unleashing your creative brain, and maximising your ability to tap into the best of you, Crystals are well worth considering adding to your life.
You might also notice the benefits of using a Himalayan Salt Lamp in your office – these have become increasingly popular and readily available in health shops and crystal shops recently. These de-ionize the air from the effects of electronic devices used in the home/office.
It’s hard to quantify exactly what these all do, but believe me when I say there is a noticeable difference if you add these items to your environment. You may notice your sleep improves, your creativity steps up another level, and you simply feel better when you try to relax at the end of the day.
So – give it a try… like my partner Mr Skeptic concedes, you’ve nothing to lose and it’s pretty.