3 crystals that tap into creativity
Are you feeling creatively blocked? Are you struggling to come up with the next great masterpiece? Well, fear not my friend, because I have the solution for you. It's time to bring out the big guns - crystals!
Yes, you read that right. Crystals aren't just for decoration or healing anymore. They can also help you get those creative juices flowing.
Whether you're an artist, writer, or just someone who wants to feel more creative, crystals can be a fun and interesting way to tap into your inner creativity.
Here are some crystals that can help you tap into your inner Kahlo:
Carnelian - This reddish-orange crystal is known for boosting creativity and courage. So, if you've been afraid to try something new or push the boundaries with your art, carnelian is the crystal for you.
Lapis Lazuli - This deep blue stone is said to help with communication and self-expression, making it a great choice for writers or anyone who wants to express themselves creatively.
Amethyst - This purple gemstone is believed to enhance intuition and imagination, helping you tap into your inner genius.
Now, I know what you're thinking. "Victoria, there's no scientific evidence to back up these claims!" Well, who needs science when you have pretty rocks, am I right?
But seriously, there's no harm in giving it a try. And if it doesn't work, at least you have a nice new paperweight.
If the crystals fail, there's one surefire way to get those creative juices flowing: caffeine. So, grab a cup of coffee or tea, and get creating. Just be careful not to spill it on your crystals!
Crystals are like friends, they come in all shapes and sizes, each with its own unique beauty, and each offering something special.
About Victoria Hall
Victoria Hall is an English-born, Australian-based writer and illustrator. She is the creator of three picture books for children, Penny Prickles at Coogee Beach, Eggy Peggy Has Lost Her Leggy and The Fairy Beasts. For more updates, follow Victoria on Instagram or check out her bio here.