Crystals for Motivation

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"The beginning of the New Year is always a time when people create Resolutions and goals to develop healthy habits, or break old ones. And many people are able to keep up with it. Those of you who can, great job! Your motivation and success is inspiring. For those of us who need a little push, here are some stones to help inspire and motivate you to achieve any goal and aspiration you may have.
Amethyst: I've talked about Amethyst many times, however it is such a great stone for motivation because it can help focus your mind, facilitating insight and decision-making. It can help you set realistic goals, alleviating any stress and anxiety that may keep you from reaching them.
Apatite: Apatite is an inspiring stone that increases motivation and the energy to get things done. It can help clear confusion, negativity, and energy blockages that might be holding you back. Apatite resonates with the Throat Chakra, stimulating communication and creativity.
Carnelian: Carnelian stimulates all the lower chakras--the Root, Sacral, and Solar Plexus--which increases your creativity, motivation, concentration, and personal will. It helps you trust yourself and clarifies your perception so that you can be confident in every step you take towards your goal.
Citrine: Citrine is known as an abundance and prosperity stone, but that is because it can help with manifestation, motivation, and personal power. Citrine provides the strength and energy you need to keep working towards your goals while also increasing your self-esteem and self-confidence. Because believing you can do it is the first step to actually getting where you want.
Fire Quartz: Fire Quartz enhances focus and concentration and is especially helpful for anyone who has trouble complete projects or goals. It can be beneficial for anxiety, and it assists with bring provide clarity, self-worth, and self-esteem. It resonates with the Solar Plexus, Sacral, and Root Chakras."

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