Tuesday, 9 April 2013


Although it's name might conjure up a vision of wolves howling up ant the light of the moon, it doesn't really have anything to do with them, unless you associate wolves with anger. They are strong and powerful animals  and the emotion of anger is, too, so maybe a passing similarity there. This is the anger management stone, you see.

It'll absorb the anger of the user and calm you down, relieving stress. Removing negative emotions such as selfishness and resentfulness it'll bring out the decent side of the user and dispel rudeness as well as any overly critical and general offensive behaviour. If we could only get those members of the public who cause people to worry as they walk around certain areas because of their gang mentality and anti-social behaviours towards innocent by-passers to carry a couple of Howlite stones around with them, wouldn't that be great, imagine how much more peaceful it would be? They encourage the user to be calmer, so if only the police couldn't enforce that as part of their rules. But it is meant to direct anger and bad behaviour away from you too, so carry one around if you are worried some might be coming your way.

Because of the calming nature of the stones they do also aid in restlessness and insomnia and help you sleep deeper once you do fall asleep. For the same attributes it'll help with meditation. It'll bring patience to you.

Another use is for it's memory enhancing, giving you a clearer mind to recall thoughts, or dreams if you have one by the side of the bed. Some people even use it to help remember past lives.

Keep it where stress might occur, in the workplace, or in your bedroom if you have trouble getting to sleep, or just in your pocket to protect against either other people's anger against you or to keep yourself from getting cross. Bit more calm in the world is what we need, don't you think?


~Brandy~ said...

I think I may need a Howlite for grad school to help combat the stress!

Thanks for stopping by my G is for Giddy post!

Cheers from Brandy at brandysbustlings.blogspot.ca

Bonnie Gwyn said...

I could definitely use one of these! Thanks for visiting my blog :)
- A-Z :)

Francene Stanley said...

I like the peaceful attributes of this stone, which I hadn't heard of before. However, I had to laugh at your desire for gangs of youths wnadering around the streets with a howler in their pocket. You wish!

DayDreamer said...

Thank you for your comments, everyone.

Francene, I do wish, lol - if only ay?