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Yellow Crystals – Energy

Yellow is the colour of the Sun. It is a cheerful, uplifting colour and is believed to impart energy and courage to its wearer. It is also often linked with enlightenment, which is why Buddhists and Hindus wear yellow robes.

Yellow is the colour of the Sun. It is a cheerful, uplifting colour and is believed to impart energy and courage to its wearer. It is also often linked with enlightenment, which is why Buddhists and Hindus wear yellow robes.

The amber crystal is a natural resin from an extinct form of pine that was submerged under the sea in the Neolithic Age. Some of the beliefs regarding how amber was formed include that it was fossilised tears of Indian birds, and congealed rays of the setting Sun, found on the seashore. In China, amber was known as the ‘Soul of the Tiger’, and in Rome amber was given to gladiators for courage.

As yellow crystals share their colour with the Sun, they are used in crystal healing for those suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Yellow jasper is a crystal that is particularly good for warding off depression.

Examples

Calcite: For self-confidence and developing clear communication ability

Citrine: To motivate into taking action, and encourage optimism

Heliodor: Assists mental clarity, focused will, and physical well-being

Yellow Amber: Promotes courage and is thought to assist asthma sufferers

Yellow Jasper: Aids as a charm for protection on literal and spiritual journeys

Yellow Topaz: Assists in the search for a spiritual or mental awakening

The Citrine is also the modern birthstone for the month of November with the meaning of fidelity.

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You may also be interested in:-

White Crystals – Perfection

Red Crystals – Fire

Green Crystals – Life

Blue Crystals – Healing

Pink Crystals – Love

Purple Crystals – Spiritual

Black Crystals - Protection

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  1. I like newer subject,thnx for sharing

  2. I love amber and have quite a few pieces of amber jewellery. Thanks for this interesting information.

    Christine

  3. beautiful post

  4. There you go again, am loving the series and learning a lot too. Keep it up.

  5. Great Share.

  6. Thank you friends. Christine, I also find amber fascinating.

  7. l LIKE IT CHEERS

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