How to Use Gemstones With Feng Shui.

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The Feng Shui geek in me comes out for this blog. I love Feng Shui and gem stones to the moon and back. I live eat sleep and breathe gem stones and Feng Shui. I kid you not. These two things, as well as my faith in God and the support of the Angels is what keeps me in flow of abundance and happiness. True story.

I have almost 100 stones in my collection now, mostly tumbled little stones but I also have a couple of nice geodes that were given to me as gifts and a few pieces of jewelry made from stones. Gem stones have great healing properties, physically and emotionally. My all time favourite stone is probably the Rose Quartz crystal. The stone of love, and I have oodles and oodles of them. I think the Sunstone comes in as a close second.

Sorry I got a little carried away there. I love all my stones but the point of this article isn’t to talk about my stones and which ones I love the most.

Using Gem stones with Feng Shui

Gemstones are used in Feng Shui to cure or enhance any of your life areas. I’m going to list my top 10 stones and how you can use them.

Clear crystal quartz

clears negative energy and is great to use as a room cleanser. To protect a room place one quartz in every corner. This is also a power stone and it is used to energize other stones and amplify their healing properties.

Rose quartz

-the stone of love. Use it to bring love to you or feel more love for yourself. You can also use it if you are feeling unloved and low, to pick up your spirits a little and help you feel more loving. Place a couple or a whole bunch in your Love and Relationship Area

Tiger eye

-the power stone for confidence, protection, grounding. Also for prosperity. Use it if you need a boost in confidence when dealing with a sticky situation. Career, Fame or Centre area.


-this is my relaxing, meditating, spiritual stone. It is used for calming and to bring peace and balance to you. Helpful People and Travel or Knowledge and Wisdom Area


-I love this stone for the simple fact that it is rare to find. This is called the merchant’s stone (as is the Garnet and Citrine) and you should place this stone in the area where you bring in money. Careful with this stone, it’s toxic. Wealth and Prosperity Area


-another money stone, also a stone of love and emotional healing. Wealth and Prosperity or Centre


-this stone never needs cleansing, also known as a money stone or the merchant’s stone. Keep some in your cash register, wallet or purse.Wealth and Prosperity or Career


-is a happy stone, lifts spirits and brings joy and optimism to you. Helpful People and Travel or Love and Relationship area


-the deep green color is so beautiful! This stone is great to use for protection against negativity Centre or Family and Health area.

Black Obsidian

-is a super powerful stone to protect you from negativity. It is also a great grounding stone. Centre, Career area or front door

This is just a small list of ideas and some of the more commonly used stones in Feng Shui. Make sure you cleanse your stones after you bring them home from the store or if someone has touched them (citrine doesn’t need cleansing). Your stones are precious to you and should only carry your energy. I like to place mine on a windowsill during a full moon. The moon recharges them.

When you are using your stones make sure you program them, with affirmations, to do what you want them to do. For example, if you are feeling low or gloomy, grab your sunstone, hold it tightly and ask it to lift your spirits and bring you joy. Then carry it with you for the day.

Hope you enjoyed this little piece today. If you ever have any questions, please feel free to shoot me off an email. I’m always happy to hear from you guys!

Happy Feng Shui’ing

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I’ve tripped and skipped through life looking for my purpose, my passion, what’s going to rock my world and make me happy. What a journey it has been. My careers have been exciting, and boring, but they were exactly what they were supposed to be to get me to where I am today. From Waitressing/Bartending to Loans and Mortgage Officer (yup, boring) to Income Tax Corrector (again, boring), Fitness Instructor/Personal Trainer to Hairstylist, Correctional Worker to Feng Shui Practitioner. Colourful and completely fulfilling. The end result? A passionate writer and blogger that has a huge treasure chest full of really cool stuff to write about!

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