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Here is a Question from One of Our Customers:
I'm buying these crystals for my friend's sister that was diagnosed with brain cancer. She has two tumors one being stage 4. I read an article that suggested the crystals that I am ordering. I don't think it mentioned which color amethyst to use. Also, how do you use the wand. I want to give her instructions, since she lives out of state, I can't do Reiki healing with her.
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.
While any Amethyst will work I would suggest the lighter or varigated/striped cheveron Amethyst for what you want.
Have her hold the wand with the point down to draw away the negative energy and ground it into the earth. Holding it near the head or laying with it on the forehead will target the area of healing. As she works with the stones and the wand she will find that as with you, they will tell her where they want to be. These are only suggestion to get her started until she becomes familiar with the stones. Her intuition will be her best guide.
As you are a Reiki practioner it is possible for you to set up a time with her for Distance Healing. Even if you have not been attuned to the long distance symbol you can still send her your love and intent to assist her to heal.
Just knowing she has your support will go a long way to helping her.
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