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Crystals for the Sign of Aries

Updated on April 3, 2020
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Claire has worked with crystals and many other aspects of paganism for over twelve years. She has also studied reiki up to master level.

Amethyst is a good crystal for combating addictive behaviours.
Amethyst is a good crystal for combating addictive behaviours. | Source

Aries is a fire sign that is ruled by Mars covers the period of 21st March to 19th April. Like all zodiac signs, Aries has a variety of traits that are commonly found in those born under it. Some people find that their personality is dominated by Aries traits while others may find this is less true and that other aspects of their birth charts have a greater influence. Those born in the time of Aries are often brave, determined and confident seeming like the kind of person that isn’t afraid to try new things and take risks. Aries personalities are often strong and may be well organised and skilled in teamwork and getting a job completed. However, along with these strengths, they tend to be impatient and moody with others or when tasks or plans are not going well. Aries traits may also include being short-tempered, impulsive and aggressive leading to a range of challenges.

Aries are often natural-born leaders who are comfortable instructing others and taking charge of projects. They may be fearless and resilient during challenging times preferring to tackle things head-on rather than running away. Aries is regarded as the first sign of the zodiac and is a fire sign, along with Sagittarius and Leo. To some, an Aries personality may appear tactless and harsh but this can be down to them being straightforward and honest rather than having any bad feeling or malicious intent. Unfortunately, this can lead to misunderstandings and being seen as unkind or judgemental. In addition, people may dislike Aries due to the belief that their drive and determination to succeed is down to selfishness, attention-seeking and always wanting to be first or the best.

When used in healing crystals are believed to have many properties that can assist us. In addition to this, they correspond with various aspects of life including the zodiac signs, planets, elements and chakras. Many crystals are connected to the sign of Aries and these are especially suited to this sign’s traits and energies. Their uses vary with many being good choices for enhancing the positive traits of Aries and others helping to calm these that present difficulties. For example, crystals can be used to support Aries in their drive for success by bringing good luck and prosperity.

8 Crystals for Aries

1. Blue Spinel

Blue spinel is a magnesium aluminium oxide that has been coloured by iron or cobalt. As a blue crystal, this variety of spinel is linked to the throat chakra and communication. It helps to open the throat chakra and facilitate easy natural communication without misunderstanding. Blue spinel is regarded by many as a good luck crystal, particularly when used in business matters. It is a useful crystal for helping to restore enthusiasm for projects, goals and life in general after setbacks or failure. It can help in breaking unwanted habits and is a good choice of stone for when this has been a struggle requiring multiple attempts. This variety of spinel is a calming crystal that encourages harmony and strength in all that you do. This is a positive crystal that helps increase focus and is a good choice when revising for exams and other tests. It is also beneficial when planning new activities and ventures.


2. Amethyst

Amethyst is a good choice of crystal for helping to combat money-related issues such as over-spending, gambling and making poor investments. It can be found in a range of shades from pale lilac to deep purple and is a variety of quartz coloured by manganese during formation. This crystal can be beneficial for anyone working in a high-pressure job or workplace and protects again ill-wishing. When used during meditation amethyst can help to calm a racing mind and boosts spiritual awareness. This stones aids in making decisions and taking in new information and ideas. Amethyst is thought to help calm an overact mind or imagination and help in setting realistic goals.

Green aventurine has a reputation for being a highly lucky crystal.
Green aventurine has a reputation for being a highly lucky crystal. | Source

3. Apache Tear

Apache tear is not a true crystal and is, in fact, a form of volcanic glass that is dark grey-brown to black. It is an excellent crystal for helping to release emotional blockages and repressed feelings such as grief. This crystal is believed to protect against betraying by others whether they are strangers, friends or family. The energy of apache tear reminds you to slow down when you are rushing through life or racing ahead with projects when it would wiser to take your time. This is a highly grounding stone that aids in balancing and stabilising the fiery nature of Aries. Apache tears are also useful in clearing negative emotions that hold you back.


4. Aventurine

This colour of aventurine has long been seen as a lucky stone that is excellent for attracting prosperity and success. Green aventurine is commonly used in any situation that requires growth and so is beneficial for small business owners or anyone starting in a new project. This is a calming crystal that aids in alleviating stress and tension helping to stay focused and relaxed. Many people believe that keeping a green aventurine crystal in your left pocket will bring luck and prosperity in all endeavours. This comforting stone is associated with the heart chakra and can help with healing and opening this energy centre.

Bloodstone is also known as heliotrope.
Bloodstone is also known as heliotrope. | Source

5. Kunzite

Kunzite is a calming stone that radiates a peaceful and calming energy. It is a protective stone that dispels negative energy and shields the aura from unwanted energies. Kunzite encourages self-expression and reminds us that it is okay to be ourselves and do what makes us comfortable. This crystal aids in removing obstacles in life and is beneficial for those who have had their trust broken in the past or have trouble accepting other people’s differences. Kunzite helps to combine intellect, intuition and creative inspiration to come up with solutions and make the best of opportunities that come your way.


6. Bloodstone

Also known as heliotrope, bloodstone is a dark green stone with red or orange markings. It is a grounding stone that helps to keep you working steadily towards your goals. This crystal is beneficial to anyone working in a competitive and high-pressure job. Bloodstone aids in smoothing over misunderstandings and can help you stand your ground while remaining polite and respectful. It is regarded as a lucky crystal to have especially for attracting money or for success in competitions and sports. Bloodstone can be used when you need a little boost of courage while also reminding you to remain cautious of dangerous situations and to be flexible in your approach. It aids in calming the mind, decision making and in helping you adjust to new or changing circumstances.

7. Carnelian

Carnelian is a common orange-red crystal that has a stimulating energy. It is excellent for restoring or increasing motivation and vitality and can aid in boosting creativity. This high energy crystal brings courage, positivity and a drive for success to anyone who works with it. It is useful for people who don’t always trust their thoughts and perceptions and helps to dispel feelings of anger, rage, envy and resentment. Carnelian supports those who are ambitious and determine to succeed whether this is at work or in personal endeavours. Additionally, it assists those who need to assert themselves more but are shy or afraid or negative outcomes. As this stone can cleanse others it is a useful variety to have in your collection.

Citrine is well known as a prosperity stone.
Citrine is well known as a prosperity stone. | Source

8. Citrine

This variety of quartz can be found in a variety of shades from almost transparent yellow to honey or almost brown. Care needs to be taken when buying citrine as many of the crystals available are in fact heat-treated amethyst. Opinions vary on these artificially treated stones and it is worth keeping in mind so you don’t pay a large amount for imitation citrine. This sunny crystal is thought to protect against becoming a workaholic in the pursuit of success or completing projects. It eases stress and is particularly good for people who tend to overspend, overeat or fall into addictive patterns when stressed. Citrine is believed to never absorb negativity and so is excellent as a shield against negative energy, jealousy and ill-wishes. Additionally, many people believe that this property means citrine crystals never need to be cleansed. Citrine has been long regarded as a stone of abundance and an excellent choice for wealth and prosperity in all you do.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Claire

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