We all experience it sometimes, feelings of mild (or not-so-mild) melancholy and depression.
While it is always important to get help when you are going through rough times, healing crystals can provide support. Wearing or carrying a crystal with you is a great reminder that you are not alone. Simply touching the crystal helps to connect you with the earth and its vast healing properties.
Turquoise is a strengthening stone. It protects you against self-sabotage and excessive negative thinking. Turquoise helps promote an inner calm and stabilizes mood swings. Physically it assists with exhaustion, depression and anxiety.
Jet can help you to take back control of your life. It draws out negativity and brings you stability and balance.
Moss Agate’s strong connection with nature, allows you to reconnect and be replenished by mother earth. This stone refreshes your spirit and soothes your soul.
Need help changing your negative attitude? Amber is “sunshine in a stone.” It helps transmutes negative energy into positive energy. Amber can help with motivation and decision-making.
Are you really feeling down? Lithium Quartz can ease negative emotions associated with depression. It helps bring your energy back up to a higher vibrational level. It can also help with insomnia. If you don’t have a Lithium Quartz, Clear Quartz or Rose Quartz are great alternatives .
Do you need emotional support? Amethyst is great for balancing your emotions. It helps you to feel more centered and supported. It helps alleviate the sadness and grief. Amethyst helps connect you to higher realms.
Choose the crystal that feels best to you. You can wear the crystal or carry it with you. Make sure to clean your crystals after use.
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