Crystals for Leo – what should they wear and what should they be given?

Roll out the red carpet as LEO has arrived! Leos can appreciate that kind of attention and effort. The only emotion brought out by the limelight is pleasure. But which crystals suit them best?

The sense of majesty is genetic for Leos: they are natural-born leaders who love fame and attention and that’s why Leos can never get enough of lush parties, fancy clothes, expensive jewellery and eye-catching accessories. They enjoy other people’s looks and bask in them like a cat in sunlight.

Leos are led by the sun and as people interested in the horoscope know very well, the sun is never retrograde. Similarly, Leos usually never have days when they don’t shine. They are known for their unquenchable inner energy, stability, loyalty and persistence. They are committed lovers and friends and never enter any relationship without putting their whole heart in it.

Leos like that their companions do well—but only as long as they don’t feel threatened. Have you noticed how the savannah falls silent when a lion walks slowly through the grass? All groups that include a Leo know the feeling… When Leos feel that something is about to challenge their position, they puff out their mighty mane and roar a few sharp remarks. Whoever is on their way could get seriously hurt.

As Leos are used to the limelight, they do not see the audience sitting in the dark very well and therefore tend to consider them evil even if they actually are not. This can make Leos moody and even suspicious, and sometimes also furious. The outburst of anger can lead to arguments which are pretty much the only thing that can endanger Leo’s happiness.

In order to avoid that and also prevent Leos from overriding and scaring people by accident, they are recommended to wear larimar. The soft caring energies of the given crystal make Leos more sensitive and empathetic. Also rhodochrosite suits them well as it calms and relaxes while also allowing them to open their heart to unconditional love.

Leo’s element is fire and therefore also their colours include shiny gold, yellow and orange hues. Leo’s gems follow suit: extravagantly glittering pyrite, passionate garnet and carnelian. These resonate best with their nature emanating warmth, love and energy. Sunstone additionally has the ability to bring happiness into Leo’s life, much like tiger’s eye.

Since ancient times, the zodiac sign of Leo has been related with purple, the colour of power and aristocracy. In terms of precious stones, this is also represented by amethyst. It is a majestic crystal with a soothing effect while also enhancing attentiveness and sensitivity to other people.

What else would suit Leo ladies? Take a look at the wonderful silver jewels with crystals that we have selected to support Leos here.

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