My daughter is very critical of her family members. She was always such a sweet, thoughtful, sensitive child, but a bad relationship changed her. She is with a loving and patient man now and is becoming more the person she used to be, but it is often painful to be around her. I gave her some Rose Quartz jewelry recently and I have Black Tourmaline on either side of my front door. Do you have a suggestion of how to relieve her negativity?
I’m sorry to hear about your daughter. Black Tourmaline is really good at removing negativity. Make sure that you clear it frequently because it will collect negativity over time and be sure to clear it before she comes to visit. Here are some different ways to clear the energy of crystals if you are interested. I prefer to burn Sage to clear Black Tourmaline. While placing them by the door is good, in this situation I feel they may help more if you place them in the areas she spends the most time. Or if you have enough crystals, place them both at the door and then in many different areas around the home. It would be good for her to wear one, but she would need to clear it frequently for it to be effective. Another suggestion is to place a photo of her under the central stone of a crystal grid and set it with the intention of helping her.
Rose Quartz sounds good and has a gentle loving energy, but you may need to try something a little stronger, like Rhodochrosite. Another crystal that I feel would be helpful to her is Larimar. Larimar can assist in healing past heart pains and emotional hurt, especially when caused by a past relationship. It may help her to reconnect with the joy from before. Wearing this as a pendant would be best, to keep it near her Heart Chakra. Please let me know if you have any questions. I hope your journey is blessed with Love and Light.
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Disclaimer: I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.