Crystals for Friendship: 12 Amazing Friendship Stones that You must Know

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I’m Suzanne, the spirituality guru. With over a decade of experience studying and practicing all things spiritual, I am here to guide you on your spiritual journey.

Very few things match the bliss of true friendship.

In many cases, friends stick together like a family and having a good connection with friends reduces your risk of being depressed or having high blood pressure.

However, making and keeping friendships may not be as easy.

You may ask yourself these questions: how do I put myself out there? How do I find like-minded people who match my vibe? And many other worries that make the very thought of making friends intimidating.

So, is there a solution? (Yes)

One of the ways to make your friendship journey less daunting is by using healing crystals. Many crystals can help you strengthen existing bonds and form new ones.

So, if you’re struggling to make friends, can’t find the right friends, or want to repair the broken bond between you and your friend(s), this article is for you.

This article shows you some of the best healing crystals you can use to attract new friends, strengthen existing ones, and even maintain a long-distance friendship.

Are you ready to discover which crystals you need to help in your friendships? Let’s get started.

12 Best Crystals for Friendship

Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president of the United States, describes friendship as the cement that will hold the world together. That’s how important friends are.

Whether you’re trying to make new friends, repair broken bonds, or strengthen existing friendships, these twelve crystals can help you.



Friendships are never without difficulties or trying times, which is when Amethyst comes in handy.

This crystal helps calm your mind and emotions, thus, allowing you to know how best to approach difficult situations in friendships.

Amethyst also prompts emotional sensitivity, which makes you compassionate and helps you to love and care for your friends better.

Amethyst, a crystal connected to the third eye chakra, nurtures your love and grace connections, making you a better friend.

In addition, this high-vibrating stone helps you develop a good friend’s character. Hence, it helps you attract the right kind of friends.

Moss Agate

Moss Agate

Although it’s not very popular, Moss Agate is a good crystal for friendship. This stone helps you by inviting or attracting like-minded people into your life.

Moss Agate heals and strengthens your heart chakra, helping you love and relate well with others.

So, if you want to connect with people easily, you should arm yourself with this crystal.

Additionally, Moss Agate can help with anxiety and bring inner peace and compassion. Combined, these qualities can strengthen your friendships and help you create new ones.

Blue Chalcedony

Blue Chalcedony

Negative energies are dangerous for friendships they can ruin friendships completely sometimes.

So, if you need help combating negative energy in your friendships, you should consider using Blue Chalcedony.

Blue Chalcedony makes you calm, gives you a sense of inner peace, and helps you maintain a positive attitude in friendships.

Lapis Lazuli

Lapis Lazuli

Lapis Lazuli is another crystal that can help handle difficult situations among friends.

Because this stone creates an atmosphere of honesty, openness, and harmony, which is needed for sustaining friendships.

Lapis Lazuli also helps in clearing up miscommunication and overcoming conflicts.

So, whenever you find yourself in a difficult situation in your friendship, this crystal helps you find a diplomatic way to handle it.

Finally, since Lapis lazuli is connected to the third eye and throat chakras, it gives you the courage to express yourself and calms you, allowing you to speak your truth without fear.



This stone does not only help you with friendships, but it can also make you more confident and less anxious.

It is one of the best crystals that you can use to nurture and strengthen friendship bonds, as it can absorb negative energies and replaces them with positive vibes.

Hematite also gives you inner strength, self-confidence, and self-love, to protect you from fake friends. As a result, you only attract friends ready to encourage you and help you grow.



If you want to free your mind from stress, then, Aquamarine is your go-to crystal. This crystal fosters healthy relationships by working with the throat chakra to communicate effectively in relationships.

And this is key for sustaining existing friendships, mending broken bonds, and creating or forming new ones.  Also, Aquamarine can help you go with the flow and be more open to new friendships.

This amazing crystal can also protect you from toxic vibrations (negative emotions) and give you the positive energy boost you need.



Citrine is another powerful healing crystal for making friends. This gemstone has a unique ability to transform negative energy into positive energy.

So, with citrine, you can exude happiness and vitality all day. Thus, making your friendship goals easier to achieve.

Citrine’s bright, sunny energy helps encourages openness and generosity. It is connected to the solar plexus and sacral chakras, which can make you confident and fill you with renewed enthusiasm and joy when starting a new friendship.



Emerald is the crystal for you if you’ve been hurt in a friendship in the past or you’re looking to repair broken friendships.

This stone can bring harmony back to a relationship, provide emotional support, and open your heart to hope.

Lastly, Emerald encourages growth and fosters connections with new friends while nurturing existing ones.



This crystal can create a lasting bond between you and your friend. Little wonder it’s often referred to as “the stone of friendship.”

When trying to make new friends, you may have uncertainties. Peridot helps you get over those uncertainties.

Using Peridot makes you trust in love and gives you faith to make the bold move toward your friendship goals.

Likewise, Peridot can make you outstanding to attract true friends who will appreciate, love, and admire you.

Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz

Also called the “stone of love,” Rose Quartz is usually mistaken for a crystal for romantic love only.

However, this crystal promotes every form of love. Whether platonic, romantic, familial, or even self-love, it can be very helpful when healing from traumas from past friendships and making new friends.

Rose Quartz is a heart chakra stone that helps you to be compassionate and loyal, thereby making deep friendships.



If you’re finding it hard to open up to new friendships, this heart chakra stone called Malachite is perfect for you.

The high vibrations of this crystal help open your heart and increase your empathy and appreciation, increasing your chances of healthy friendships.

Furthermore, Malachite protects you from negative vibes. So, you need not worry about attracting toxic people to yourself.



Unakite is a heart chakra stone that can help you connect to the love around you. This crystal promotes and encourages a healthy friendship through balanced emotions.

With this stone, you can bring commitment, harmony, determination, and caring to a relationship. So, if you want to interact better with your friend, you should consider using Unakite.

Further, Unakite can uplift your mood when you’re sad, calm any resentment, and help you meditate effectively.

In Conclusion: Tips on how to effectively use friendship crystals

Now, you know the crystals you can use to make friends more easily and even strengthen the bonds in existing friendships. But you may not know how to use them and maximize their effects.

Here are some of the ways to use these crystals for friendship:

 1.  Gift the crystals to your friends.

 2. Meditate with the crystals.

 3. Wear the crystals as part of your dressing.

 4. You can also carry them in your bag, purse, or pocket.

I hope you now understand how crystals can help foster better friendships and how you can use them by yourself, too. Then, go and apply what you’ve learned.

Good luck!

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