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Good Evening. I am a 30 year old mother who has "Borderline Personality Disorder". Can you please help me with a specific crystal for healing?
Thank you for your inquiry. Borderline Personality Disorder can manifest in different ways, so it could help to focus on what types or patterns of behavior you would like to change. In general, Amethyst helps to heal and balance any addictive tendencies we may have, and Lepidolite and Lithium Quartz can help to balance moods swings and emotional extremes. Additional suggestions can be found here:
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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 complement to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care. The information offered here is based on a combination of my own personal experiences and that of others on using crystals for healing. My hope is that you will let your own intuition guide your path in working with crystals as well.
|My teen daughter has BPD. I think Chalcedony helps her and I would suggest Aqua Chalcedony because aqua I believe is supposed to aid in communication. My book says (Chalcedony is a protective stone. In the 16th century it was prescribed to banish illusions and fantasies. It brings mind, body, emotions and spirit into harmony. A powerful cleanser, it absorbs negative energy and dissipates it to prevent onward transmission. Promotes brotherhood and group stability. Removing self doubt and facilitating constructive inward reflection. It creates an open and enthusiastic persona.) I hope this helps. I know I've seen other descriptions in the book of stones that would be helpful. I just can't remember. My book has specifically mentioned personality disorders in it's stone descriptions as well as dyslexia and so on. It's called The Encyclopedia of Crystals by Judy Hall. (Submitted by: Tabitha on March 28, 2017)|
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