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"1. From crystal healing, might I expect at least a permanently reduced western med dose for moderate (for my sister) and mild (for me) mental illness?
2. Are there methods beyond basic crystal meditation that can help the prior objective?
3. If we can reduce the western med doses permanently, may more crystal healing be necessary, and how much more?"
Thank you for your crystal inquiry!
I have a family member who has dealt with mental health issues for years and have suggested several crystals and methods to help cope better with her illness. More than anything I want to stress the importance of following what your doctor suggests, i.e. reducing medications on a permanent basis. You can speak to your provider about the benefits you feel you are receiving from the crystals and what course of treatment to pursue.
Besides meditation, you can use crystals in the form of Crystal grids or placing the stones directly on your body for healing. I have used all of these methods for my family member and she has felt varying levels of healing with each.
With regards to your last question, each person reacts to any form of healing in a different manner. Just as one person may experience side affects from a medication, another may have no side affects. Crystal healing works in a similar manner. Certain crystals may work on one person that give no help to another, making it helpful to have customized crystal healing by a Certified Crystal healer. The number of sessions, regularity or frequency of these sessions will depend on the person. I would suggest, if you haven't already, to consult with a Certified Crystal healer in your area.
I hope you find this helpful.
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.
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