The mind is truly a fascinating subject. Unconsciously, our mind works even when we don’t realize it. It picks up on things, subconsciously and sends out signals while our physical bodies are just along for the ride.
Take these stones for example. The one you are drawn to will tell you information about your psyche and underlying personality traits. Maybe this will tell you something new, or confirm things you already thought possible.
Look at the image below and choose the stone that speaks to you, then scroll down to find yours in the list (Explanation provided by Providr):
If you picked opalite, it means you live a rich inner life. You also seek quiet moments where you can reflect on yourself and away from the business of everyday life. You value alone time.
This one has an exciting meaning if you chose it. It has hope for the future, and is perfect if you are at a crossroads in your life, and that is Malachite.
If you were drawn to the Malachite stone you can expect big changes in the future, mainly with regards to romance or re-connecting with your own spirit.
3. Sun Stone
People that were instantly attracted to the sun stone are naturally bright spirited people who are very optimistic. You are positive, and your ‘glass is half full’ attitude about life serves you well.
4. Mahogany Obsidian
The Mahogany Obsidian also signals change if you picked this one. This change is more about changing bad habits or mundane routines. It is also a reminder to be thankful for what you have, and not be envious of what others have.
The next stone is Howlite. If you picked this stone it means you are in tune with the spiritual world, meaning both the afterlife and the dream world.
Your ancestors speak through you, and you should be always listening for messages from them, whether you are dreaming or awake.
6. Dalmatian Jasper
The last stone is the beautiful dalmatian jasper. If you chose this stone you are a joyful soul. You are a thrill seeker and an adventure hunter, and always up for a fun time.
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