Of all the things Fluorite is supposed to do, its main attributes are giving you a better mental outlook, organizing your thoughts and giving you mental clarity. Those were my goals for this week.
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Here is my video with my results of Fluorite:
How I Worked with Fluorite Mineral
My daily regimen with Fluorite included the following:
- Daily hiking
- Daily meditations
- Yoga (my intent was to do it daily but that didn’t happen)
- Journaling, which you can find in this post
- Decluttering my physical space
- I am also reading “The Art of Bliss” by Tess Whitehurst, and I used tips from the book to work with Fluorite. Some of these tips included Feng Shui, tea meditations, and specific rituals I’ll journal about below.
The following is my 7 Day Diary of working with Fluorite. If you want to skip that to my results, click here.
If you want to skip to my recommendations for working with Fluorite Mineral yourself, click here.
Day 1 – Crystal Junkie
While reading “The Art of Bliss,” I found that Fluorite was one of the crystals the author recommends working with. She also recommended a couple of stones I don’t have (Sunstone and Moss Agate). You know what this means: A trip to the crystal store!
Of course, I couldn’t just get two crystals and leave. I ended up with all of these:
I told myself I was on a crystal diet, but this is the final straw. NO MORE CRYSTALS for me for the rest of the year, I have to stick to this. I am so excited to work with all of these though.
My work with Fluorite today was hiking, working, and enjoying the last warm day of fall before the cold comes to stay. A sad day, but since I’ll be inside all week it will be a great opportunity to clear clutter and get to work.
Day 2 – A Day of Peace
I didn’t leave the house once today. It was cold and raining so I lit some candles, turned on my space heater and worked all day. It was super cozy and I got a lot of done.
I tried to do a guided Fluorite meditation, I tried. It’s just….this lady kept smacking her lips and clicking her tongue and stumbling over her words and there was no music and UGH I got so annoyed. I gave up and just did some yoga.
It’s also important that I establish what “mental clarity” even is, so that I can measure it. Maybe I need ayahuasca or something, but I have no idea how to get it.
I’ve been wanting to learn to dissolve my ego. I don’t know how to do that but maybe I’ll work toward that this week.
Day 3 – More Mental Clarity
I found another Fluorite meditation today, this one from Adam Barralet. It’s really incredible and I wish I had started this week with it:
I wish he had more of these, like for Cinnabar when I did it (link). He is one of the best crystal meditation people IMO, and I feel much more connected to my Fluorite now. The meditation was on mental focus (which helped a ton) and the butterfly imagery was beautiful. I highly recommend this meditation!
Also I did my nails today so here’s a gratuitous shot of my Fluorite and my matte finish maroon nails:
Day 4 – Getting Ish Done!
Whew, today was a day of ACCOMPLISHMENT. It felt so great to cross every single thing off of my to-do list.
If you’re like me, you may have a Big Thing you’ve been putting off, but you KNOW you have to do it and like a spider, it lurks in the back of your mind. Every night the web grows bigger, and every day you’re more afraid to tackle it.
That thing for me was taking a letter from my insurance to my doctor. Such a simple task, right? I just need to walk in, hand the front desk my paper, ask them to give it to my doctor, then leave. However, I have social anxiety so this is a HUGE task for me.
Today I did that thing. I also voted! Turned in my absentee ballot early:
I also got several other errands done. I got my ish DONE today and I feel so proud of that.
Did Fluorite help? I mean…I took it with me all day so, sure?
My recommendation: Take Fluorite with you if you need a day to just do all of the things.
Day 5 – The Aftermath
I guess I should have seen today coming. Usually after a massively productive day, I have a day of depression and apathy. I don’t know why I go through these cycles.
I wish I could just get a normal amount done each day, instead of opposite days like this. However, I actually was able to push through my depression and get *some* work done today, so that was helpful. My brother got me some late birthday presents that were so cute and thoughtful:
I love how many journals I got for my birthday. People know me so well!
So today was just kind of blah, but I worked through the blah so that was a win I guess.
Day 6 – Migraine
Fluorite is supposed to give you a clear head, right? You know what makes thinking (or doing anything else) really difficult?
Most of today was a waste, but I did have a therapy session so I was able to gather my wits, pop many advils and caffiene, throw on some makeup, and get my Day 6 pic:
I got pretty much nothing done today. My day job is suffering and I need to remember what pays the bills. It’s just impossible to sing (or do much of anything) with migraines. I guess I’ve had too much mental clarity this week and my brain just couldn’t take it anymore.
Day 7 – Return to the Fog
After a terrible night of sleep, I got up for an early morning hike. This was a dumb decision, as it is October and it was less than 20 degrees. My freshly showered hair turned crispy in the frigid autumn breeze. I got my obligatory Fluorite pic and went straight back to my car:
I then came back and got to work. I was really hoping to have some type of mental breakthrough this week, but I think these things happen in smaller, more subtle ways, at least for me. I had a day where I got so much done, and then on a day when I would typically stay in bed all day, I was able to work a bit. I then had a full-on migraine the next day.
The lesson seems to be that moderation is key. I know, what an obvious concept that I should have known by now. I have to learn everything the hard way, but this was a good real-life example. The elation of a fully packed day is not worth the two days of depression and pain after. I need to pace myself.
Here are my results working with Fluorite Mineral:
- I learned that, for me, it’s important to spread tasks evenly throughout the week. A day full of achievement feels great, but leads to feeling down/sick for days later
- Mental clarity (for me) is a clear, cohesive To Do list and a schedule. When I have those, I can work even when depressed. Note: This may not work for everyone so I’m not giving this as general advice!
- Overall this was a generally productive week, but I did learn a lot through those couple of days about how I function best. I think this could help everyone: Learn how YOU function best and work with that.
How to Work with Fluorite Mineral:
These are just my tips based on my week, but if you have other ways you use Fluorite please let me know!
- Meditate using Fluorite (the one I posted on Day 3 is awesome!). Use guided meditations to clear your mind, or just listen to music and try to achieve mental clarity.
- Keep a journal and/or schedule, let Fluorite help you find the ways you work best by keeping track over time.
- Take a hike with Fluorite and as you walk, try to think about nothing. Focus only on what you see and what is present in front of you. This is a meditation in and of itself!
- If you have a task you’ve been putting off for a long time, take Fluorite with you to give yourself the push to do it!