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Subject: Comment from HealingCrystals.com - Discount Prices on Healing Crystals, Minerals & Tumbled Stones
Hello! I hope you are prospering and well. I can't wait to get my most recent order! Your site is the first place I go for crystals.
Here is a question: Which stones would be good for seeking a new career? Particularly something that I am not only good at but something I enjoy, something I find truly satisfying and fulfilling. My problem is that I can do many things rather well such as my current job but it is not very fulfilling and is rather tedious and boring.
Also, can you get some very nice rainbow moonstone?
Thanks for visiting our website. Hmmm. You're question is complex as you are "doing" fine in your career, yet you mentioned that you find it tedious and boring. I wonder what would happen if you reflected on what type of job would be satisfying and fulfilling to you? With that question in mind I focused on the following stones to help you with issues of career, making choices, focus and wealth.
Garnet is a great grounding stone that promotes career success. We sell wonderful faceted polished Garnet nuggets that are wonderful for meditation and grids.
Citrine attracts abundance. Abundance can come in the form of wealth, prosperity, opportunity, success and all things wonderful.
Carnelian motivates and stimulates creativtiy.
Moss Agate has a dual purpose stimulating intuitive thoughts into practical realities and working with the intellect to bridge it with the intuitive.
Lepidolite fosters grounding and focus and speeds up decision making.
And finally, smokey quartz is a wonderful grounding stone and helps you leave behind things that you no longer need. I think of career as an aspect of our soul that's grounded in the physical.
All the best in finding what makes your heart sing!
Love and Harmony,
|Thanks for the question and the answer! I am totally resonating with Catherine on this one! I will try these as well. Thanks so much! (Submitted by: Becky on May 18, 2012)|
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