I thought it would be fun to dump out my coin purse to give you a look at what's in MY wallet. Here are the stones and luck items I trust to help me draw prosperity every single day. If you have read my books, Crystal Cash Spells and the original Crystal Cash: Fast Easy Money Magick Using Popular Stones, then you are probably not too surprised to see the Green Aventurine, Bloodstone, and Quartz Crystal point in that mixed bag of luck items. (And if you haven't read those books, why not? Crystal Cash Spells is a super-short book that I put out for free, so try it if you want a taste first.) I actually ended up with a couple of Aventurine pebbles because, well, just because. If one Green Aventurine is lucky, then two Aventurines are double the luck, right?
Bloodstone may not be as widely celebrated for its place as a prosperity stone, but it's a strong stone that you probably won't be willing to do without once you've played with it a little.
Arkansas Quartz Crystal is, of course, the classic all-purpose stone ready to accept any positive intention-- and, in this case, it's intended to multiply whatever money happens to come into its aura.
The Japanese coin is a bit of urban folklore, based on a legend I heard that "holey" Japanese coins were lucky.
The four leaf clover is a charm I found that seemed perfect for the job. In days gone by, I've found and dried four leaf clovers from the lawn between the pages of a book. When it's nice and dry, you can put it in your wallet with your paper money. Eventually it crumples away or just disappears, so you have to keep replacing it fairly often. But that's good too. It keeps you focused on a positive mentality where you're always looking for four leaf clovers-- the lucky side of life.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Thursday, January 7, 2016
Here's a question. Is it more important to release your hopes for the stone and sort of forget it's there and let it do its magick?
Or should you visit with the stone every day, maybe repeating a short affirmation of its purpose? "My green aventurine super-crystal is a true money magnet pulling ever more and more money into the home."
Hmm. Most of the time, I prefer to "set it and forget it." I feel like if I have to keep affirming, if I have to keep "reminding" the stone of what it's supposed to do, I'm demonstrating a lack of trust in the magickal process. I find, for me, it's important to get out of the way and just let the magick happen.
But different techniques work for different people. If you've been carrying aventurine as a pocket stone for awhile-- long enough to mostly forget it's there-- and you still haven't seen much change in your financial outlook, there's nothing wrong with purifying the stone and starting over with a new technique.