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|Subject:||Crystals to Help with OCD and Tourette's|
What are some good crystals to help my son with his OCD and Tourette's syndrome?
Any advice you could give would be appreciated.
Happy to assist :)
For OCD I really like Ametrine. The combination of Amethyst and Citrine is really helpful to those with OCD. The Amethyst is very calming, soothing, relieves stress and gives a sense of inner peace which may ease the intense obsession/compulsions. The Citrine also promotes an inner calm and helps the holder to feel a sense of stability, which is very important for an OCD personality (many times, that's why they do what they do ritualized behavior to find a sense of stability).
Another piece I would like to suggest is Lepidolite. Known as "the stone of transition", Lepidolite helps shift and restructure old energy patterns and brings light and hope to a situation. Use Lepidolite to reduce stress associated with change. The calming nature of Lepidolite can help one to enter a deep meditative state. Lepidolite is helpful for releasing emotional and energetic blockages, and can can be helpful to those with ADD, OCD, or Bipolar disorder.
For the Tourette's, I want to recommend Blue Calcite. It is very soothing to the nervous system and neurological issues. It helps to ease anxiety and assist in clear communications.
You may also want to consider Blue Fluorite. Blue Fluorite enhances creativity, orderly thought and clear communication. It calms or revitalizes energy as needed for the physical or biomagnetic bodies. Helps to amplify healing potential by tightly focusing brain activity.
I hope this is helpful!
With love and crystal blessings,
| One of my crystal books recommends Celestite for Tourette's Syndrome, wear constantly (except for showering) for 5 weeks or longer as needed. I have been wearing my celestite for 2 weeks and finally after 6 years, my TS is subsiding big time. |
Lee (Submitted by: Jaybo on April 10, 2012)
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