Moonstone is known as an inner guide to hidden truths, signifying a soul journey, and new beginnings. Being drawn to moonstone could mean that it is time to let go of something or someone that no longer serves you. A new beginning may be coming, and you will be fully supported along the way. It is time to venture inside to do some self-discovery. Be curious and also compassionate with yourself. You may find it helpful to write in a journal. In ‘The Artist’s Way,’ Julia Cameron suggests writing 2-3 “morning pages” each day. This is freeform writing, about whatever comes up, before you’re even fully awake and the mind kicks into gear. You may be amazed by what you discover about yourself through writing morning pages.
I AM Free is a very high mantra. No matter what is happening on the outside, inner freedom is always ours. You may try meditation, even just simply watching the breath move in and out, for only 5 minutes per day. If you already do meditate, this may be a call to deepen your practice. Meditation is one of the best ways to discover and return to your inner freedom when you forget, and receive intuitive guidance and answers to your life’s questions.
Because you are drawn to moonstone, you possess its gifts. Wear moonstone to amplify your intuition, who you are, and how you show up in the world.
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