Did you know that citrine activates the golden flecks of light in your halo? Use citrine in jewelry, in your pocket, in a pendant or in a ring with the conscious intention to connect you with your divine nature. The more aware you are of this aspect of your spiritual body, the more you will actualize the benefits of the connection with higher consciousness.
Citrine is the stone you go to when you are feeling a bit insecure and need to improve your self-esteem. Allow the yellow frequency of citrine to activate your self-confidence and joy! It can help you climb your way out of depression and relieve feelings of inferiority. This radiant gem emits a reminder to put your thoughts onto things that bring you joy, love, and inner peace.
Citrine is a great stone to help you garner the courage to set boundaries and speak up for yourself. At any age, we can encounter bullies or people who are less than kind. Hold on to a piece of citrine to amplify your valor to step away from such encounters or stand up for yourself in a diplomatic and powerful way. This is a good stone for children to encourage them to stand up for themselves in an empowered and healthy way.
These golden rays of citrine are also good for mental clarity. Employ citrine to prompt your attention to focus on what you ardently believe and desire for your highest good. Dust off those dreams and wishes and use this stone to awaken your awareness to release self-limiting thought patterns. Focus on the positive thoughts to replace those that dampen your enthusiasm and verve! It is safe for you to be powerful in loving ways so let citrine help you to shine your light.
Place the citrine gemstone in your environment, on your body, or in your pocket and affirm with me:
I am confident and courageous. I shine my light brightly. I honor and respect myself. I allow others to see my magnificence. Whatever I desire, imagine, and passionately act upon becomes a reality.
Learn more about citrine and other crystals and stones in The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals and Stones by Margaret Ann Lembo