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Use Natural Energy to Create Abundance and Prosperity

Updated on August 4, 2019
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I've recently done an article on the potentially damaging effects of the Law of Attraction.
In the same article, I also stated that yes, the non-physical realm does exist, objects and people possess and send out vibrations and energy and we can indeed use our thoughts as tools to achieve our goals more easily.

In this article, I share how we can create more financial abundance and prosperity in our lives through the use of natural energies.

Abundance may mean more money floating into your life, getting a new, better-paying job, a sudden and unexpected payment, or an investment paying off.

We should keep in mind that money can come to us through various different ways and they may not be obvious right off the bat.


Natural energies can help us invite money to come pouring into our lives. Photo by Josh Appel on Unsplash.
Natural energies can help us invite money to come pouring into our lives. Photo by Josh Appel on Unsplash.

Is This the Law of Attraction?

LOA's first and most important principle is that "like attracts like", which basically means that whatever you think about will be manifested into your reality.

This is not my point of view and not what I'm offering in this article.

I do, however, believe in working with natural energies available to us.
Just take the example of the tidal effect the Moon has on Earth (and let's just mention that up to 60% of the adult human body is water).

In my opinion, it would be more ludicrous to believe that changes in our environment and natural energy have no effect on us that to believe that they do.

We can use natural energies and objects to amplify the strength of our personal intentions and focus.

However, their usage does not guarantee that we will definitely get what we want. This is why the title of this article is not about attracting or manifesting abundance, but about creating it.

Certain crystals can be helpful for creating financial abundance and prosperity. Photo by carole smile on Unsplash.
Certain crystals can be helpful for creating financial abundance and prosperity. Photo by carole smile on Unsplash.

Crystals

Crystals are minerals formed underground that are believed to have different energetic properties.
They are also believed to be able to retain energy.

Though crystals may soak up positive energy, they may well be energized by negative vibrations.
Because of this, crystals should be cleansed from time to time.

Cleansing Crystals

A good method for cleansing is leaving your crystals out during full Moon so that the Moon’s light hits the crystals directly.

Another method is to place them in saltwater for a few days and to then clean them with tap water.

Here are some crystals that are believed to attract abundance and prosperity, with a special focus on material and financial gain.

Crystals have different energetic properties that can be used to our advantage. Photo by Aleksey Ovcharov on Unsplash.
Crystals have different energetic properties that can be used to our advantage. Photo by Aleksey Ovcharov on Unsplash.

Tiger’s Eye

Tiger’s Eye helps you eliminate negative vibrations that may keep you from working towards your goals. I interpret it as a powerful stone that puts focus on the good things in life and provides us with that additional push we often need.

Though it comes in many colors, the golden one would be the most powerful one if your focus is to create more financial wealth.

Malachite

Malachite is known for its soothing properties and is believed to bring peace to those who use it.

Peace, the annihilation of anxiety and nervous energy, and clarity of vision are all important when making financial decisions.

If you want yours to be a good one, use Malachite.

Source

Iron Pyrite

The term “pyrite” comes from Greek “pur”, meaning fire.
If you associate this crystal with astrological fire signs, you’re not wrong.
This crystal evokes our inner strength of will, confidence, and courage.

Iron Pyrite is your go-to crystal if you are in need of little extra boldness to meet your goals.

Citrine

Citrine is known as the “merchant’s stone” and is said to be used by salespeople because of its luck-attracting properties.

It is said that Citrine invites financial success and positive energy due to its yellow hue.

Also, it is sometimes linked to the energy of the Sun which is all about joy, creativity, and confidence in one's own skills.

Quartz

Last but not least, Quartz is a multi-purpose crystal that can easily be used for almost any purpose.

The important thing is that you put a particular intention into this crystal, and it should definitely be placed somewhere where you keep your money if you are using it for financial prosperity and abundance.

You can even put it on top a folded $5 bill and put it somewhere safe.

Quartz is the most versatile of all crystals and can be reprogrammed for different purposes using power of intention. Photo by Muara Ibrahim on Unsplash.
Quartz is the most versatile of all crystals and can be reprogrammed for different purposes using power of intention. Photo by Muara Ibrahim on Unsplash.

How to Use Crystals?

Though this is especially important for Quartz, you can keep all your crystals in a place where you usually have your money.

So – your purse, wallet, safe, cash register, money box, etc. are all good places for your crystals.

If you have a personal altar, you can also place them there.
And, of course, you can use crystals in your rituals as well.

Colors, Plants, and Incense

Colors, plants, and incense all have their symbolic meanings in the Wiccan tradition, as well as in more ancient religions and cults Wicca incorporates.

These can be included in rituals an individual performs to focus energy on financial abundance and prosperity but can also simply be included in the individual’s everyday life just by adding them in your immediate surroundings.

Association
Color
Plant
Incense
Money
Gold / Green
Irish Moss
Pine
Power
Red / Purple
Galangal
Galangal
Strength
Red / White
Bay
Carnation
Success
Gold
Sunflower
Cinnamon
Gambling
Yellow / Green
Star Anise
Strawberry
Lady Sabrina (2001) Exploring Wicca: the beliefs, rites, and rituals of the Wiccan religion. Franklin Lakes, NJ: New Page Books.

Final Thoughts

As I've tried to point out at the beginning of this article, don't expect natural energies to work instead of you.

Your main purpose in using these energies should be to use them as tools that will help you recognize the opportunities that present themselves to you and offer a boost to your personal abilities and self-confidence.

Even if the properties described here seem supernatural to you, you can surround yourself with these objects to better focus your energy and never lose sight of what you're after.

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      Kenya 

      4 weeks ago

      I am a firm believer of all natural existence and how it manifests everything. We are to ground ourselves and never look back once we are there and near again. Thanks. from mysteryschoolasmr❤❤blogspot+++++++++com

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