The most prominent feature of rams are their large, spiral horns. These represent high mental activity. Those with the ram as their totem animal must work to continuously stimulate their imagination, creativity, and intellect in the spirit of “growing their horns”. They also symbolize power and strength, encouraging one to assert and test their strength to move into new positions. Ram people should ask themselves what steps they are taking to carry out their ideas and if there are new openings calling for immediate action.
If you resonate with the Ram or have it as your animal totem, see below for stones whose energy can help you connect on a deeper level.
Crystals for Ram Totem
Bloodstone – Bloodstone is the ancient birthstone of the astrological sign Aries, which is represented by the ram. It also boosts one’s sense of strength and courage.
Aventurine – People who resonate with the ram should seek out Aventurine, which will encourage them to persevere in the face of challenges.
Ametrine – This is a creative stone that inspires one’s imagination. Ametrine resonates with the creativity represented by the Ram’s spiral horns.
Tiger Eye – This gemstone represents courage and strength, inspiring those who carry it to take chances.
Tourmaline – Sturdy and grounding, tourmaline helps you stay firmly grounded in your decisions before taking a leap.
Mangano Calcite – In ancient times, rams were a symbol of sacrifice. Mangano calcite nurtures generous souls who need to remember to care for themselves.
Crystals and Gemstones at Crystal Life
We hand-select all our stones here at Crystal Life. After hundreds of thousands of years in the earth, they are eager to begin work with their new human partners! When stones arrive at Crystal Life they are welcomed warmly by staff members and the store’s resident nature spirits. The stones are energetically cleared on a regular basis, to help them maintain their own inherent peaceful characteristics and personalities while being visited by so many store guests.
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