Nearly from the moment we are born, our lives are about learning. They say as long as you continue to learn, you will always have the curiosity and heart of a child. This month we are focusing on tools to help with learning. It does to matter if you are just beginning to formal education or if you are embracing a new hobby or field of interest, these natural tools can help you.
Saraswati: I chose Saraswati because she is the Hindu goddess of Knowledge, Music, and Art. She provides guidance to teachers and helps students connect to their goals. ~ Jamie
Rainbow Fluorite: This is a “go to” stone for so many who need help with organization and focus. This stabilizing stone helps you to process information as it comes to you, linking what you already know to new information coming to you. It also helps to increase concentration. ~ Tracy
Mookie Jasper: This is such a wonderful grounding community stone! Lots of lower chakra colors in beiges, browns and reds that give the wearer confidence, a sense of protection and the ability to work in peaceful community with others. Mookite Jasper is a very happy stone that is at peace with itself, and imparts this self-acceptance to others. ~ Atala
Turquoise: Turquoise is a good stone to help keep your mind and thoughts clear. It is especially good for students of all kinds because it
reduces stress and worry. This sky blue stone absorbs the lower energies and has energetic vibrations linked to the life-giving elements of water and air. A breath of fresh air for students. ~ Jessica
Tiger Eye: Tiger Eye is an ideal companion in any learning process. By clearing energy blocks this crystal supports mental clarity, focus, and self-confidence. Balancing yin/yang and spiritual/physical awareness, Tiger Eye encourages balanced self-perception and recognition of one’s abilities. When I carry or wear Tiger Eye I feel a strong connection between my upper and lower chakras, distinctly aware that I can realize any goals I set my mind to. ~ Bethany
There is no end to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning. ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti