Crystals for Summoning the Sun

The sun is setting a little earlier, the nights are a bit cooler, and the Fall Equinox has come and gone. Autumn is here, winter is right around the corner, and if you’re a sun worshiper like me, you’ve already begun to mourn the loss of its warmth. With a long winger looming on the horizon, I thought it might be smart to gather some crystals that you can add to your collection to hold onto some of that warmth. 

Orange Calcite

Ranging in color from pale to vivid orange, with occasional white inclusions, Orange Calcite will get your positive energy moving. This happy little stone encourages playfulness and stimulates the physical body.

Shop Orange Calcite at Almanac Supply Co.


I think we should really start thinking of Carnelian as an all-purpose stone. Ranging in color from pale to deep red-orange, Carnelian activates our first through third chakras. For the cold winter months ahead, keep a chunk of Carnelian close to increase your zest for life as well as strengthen and invigorate your physical body.

Shop Carnelian at Almanac Supply Co.


This stone derives its name from the warm color and the reflected light reminiscent of the sun. It’s the only stone that truly embodies the qualities of solar light — warmth, strength, and willingness to bestow blessings on others. Sunstone also stimulates creative energy and can increase your physical stamina.

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Affirmation to Summon the Sun:

I embrace the energy and warmth of the sun’s light, embody its playfulness and radiance.


These stones play well together – create a little altar or grouping in a place where you meditate often or wear them to boost your mood all day. Pairing them with Labradorite, Citrine, or Clear Quartz will boost their properties. Think of them as a physical form of light therapy when you have the winter SADs.


Tasha is a romance author, editor, and podcaster who looks for the happily ever after in every story. Her favorite season is Summer, when she can drink on patios and write in the wild.

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