Cream cheese and bagels, sleepless nights and binge watching netflix (by the way I love Stranger Things, Dustin is so adorable), peanut butter and jelly. They all go hand in hand like Agate and…
Let’s talk about crystal-duo’s that work together like a charm.
A lot of crystals compliment each other when paired - turning them into an energetic powerhouse. Are you already pairing crystals to get more out of them? If not, you definitely should. Or have you discovered a well working pair yourself?
I’m wearing this duo right now. I like to call this duo a ‘business-man/woman’ special. Agate really gets your creativity flowing and improve analytical skills. Carnelian, on the other hand, increases your drive, ambition and determination. It’s the perfect crystal duo to take on a job interview, or whenever you need to be creative, analytical, and express yourself.
Not only does this duo look good, you always need to trust your intuition when it comes to love, or life in general. Always trust your gut feeling. Amethyst enhances your intuition and Rose Quartz - you probably already know, is the universal stone of love - not just for finding external love, but also for stimulating self-love.
I also have this duo in my bedroom, as Amethyst creates a calm atmosphere and relieves stress and tension while Rose Quartz’s energies wave goodbye nightmares.
Turquoise is your on-the-go pocket paradise stone. Not only does the cool blue color reminds you of the calming ocean waves, but turquoise itself induces internal serenity and will lift your spirits when you feel depleted. When you combine that with the Master Healer (aka clear quartz) the tranquil vibrations of turquoise is further magnified. On stressful days, take five minutes and meditate with turquoise and clear quartz.
Do you find any of these crystal pairings appealing? Or do you have another pairing that you already like? I would love to know.
P.S. Now I really wish I had a cream cheese bagel.
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Let’s travel back to the good old days. You probably didn’t think much of them while you were living it. You were most likely focused on your at-the-time problems instead.