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Question:

"I know a lady that just found out she has lupus any ideas for her of crystals or rocks that can help with anything that she is going through?"

 

Answer:

Hi there D,

Thanks for reaching out to us and I'd love to offer some suggestions for your friend.

As always, crystals can complement all forms of therapy and they support the body energetically, but they're not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.

Lupus can be very challenging to deal with so I would suggest Citrine, Sodalite, Fluorite, Hematite, Bloodstone, Calcite and Aquamarine.

  • Citrine can surround her with a loving and bright energy that will enable her to keep a positive attitude. Nothing helps the healing process more that a positive state of mind.
  • Sodalite is very calming and a peaceful influence can help her to deal with and manage this situation since it is helpful in challenging situations.
  • Fluorite is an overall healer and promotes faster healing when we are not feeling well. It also has a very positive atmosphere that can help her to feel better mentally and physically.
  • Aquamarine would be another great choice for her as it helps calm an overactive immune system, the driving force behind Lupus.
  • Honey/Amber Calcite or Yellow Calcite supports a healthy immune system.
  • Hematite could help ease any pain or discomfort she may be feeling while also detoxifying her blood.
  • Bloodstone can assist with purifying the blood as well while minimizing fatigue and being an overall healing stone.

Let her take a look at what she's drawn to most as those will best support her during this time.
Hope this helps!

Siobhan Gouws-Moller, from SGCrystalHealing

 

DISCLAIMER: We feel that crystals can complement other therapies and support energetic well-being. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.



Posted on August 20, 2022
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