Animal Crystal Shapes

You can use these specific stones for jewelry, meditations, or carry them as a totem.

Alligator: Survival and stealth Dolphin: Joy and harmony Frog: Cleansing and Peace Goose: Safe returns from trips Otter: Joy and laughter Salmon: Determination and persistence Seagull: Versatility Seal: Contentment Swan: Elegance Turtle: Love and protection Whale: Creativity and intuition

Antelope: Speed and grace Bear: Strength and self-knowledge Buffalo: Abundance and healing Caribou: Mobility Cougar: Leadership Coyote: Humor Elephant: Luck and good memory Elk: Pride and majesty Fox: Cleverness Goat: Diligence Hedgehog: Self preservation Horse: Freedom and power Lizard: Letting go Moose: Spontaneity Porcupine: Innocence Rabbit: Conquering any fears Skunk: Caution Snail: Perseverance Snake: Power Squirrel: Thriftiness

Bee: Gathering for the community Bird: Unity and freedom Butterfly: Transformation Crane: Balance Crow: Council and wisdom Dragonfly: Skill and refinement Eagle: Healing and potency Hawk: Truth Owl: Vision and insight Raven: Mystery Sandpiper: Quickness   These are most of the common animals. There are, of course, many more to be named, but this is a comprehensive list of most animals. When you wear or use these symbols in your daily life, they can bring the aforementioned value to your life. They can be totems or just special symbols that connect with your inner being. Many people have animals as their totems as well as other objects. These animals stay with you for your entire life and ward off danger when they feel you are threatened. They are meant to watch over us and keep us protected.

Crystal Ball: Send energy in every direction Pyramids: Focus all energies Egg shape: Bring forth new beginnings Scarab: Abundance Feather: Call the spirits Ankh: Enhances fertility of the mind, spirit, and bod Yin Yang: Balance Cross: Protection Heart: Love

There are also other shapes used for crystal making that have numerous meanings as well. These are the most common seen and used by others. Find your specific piece by seeing what resonates with you when you look at it and hold it.