I have a broken soul!! Can crystals help me?
I am sorry to read that you have a "broken soul." While crystals can assist you in recovery from all sorts of broken-ness, they are mostly working with your own intentions and amplifying your own natural healing abilities. So to heal your soul, you will also need to do the spiritual and energetic work that is necessary to be whole again. The crystals will support this, but they can not do it alone.
Lapis Lazuli may help you reconnect to your spiritual nature. The wrist isn't the most effective place to work with a crystal that works with the Throat and Third Eye Chakras, so you might want to lay on your back and lay the bracelet on your throat or forehead as you meditate on releasing dense energies and strengthening your Spiritual connection to the Universe and the Divine. This crystal also helps with healthy verbal communication, releasing blockages caused by not speaking your thoughts/feelings over an extended period of time.
The Green Aventurine and Rose Quartz are both good "heart" crystals. They can draw off negative energy from the aura as well as help release emotional heartache, making room for healing and restoration as you work to restore yourself emotionally, allowing for the giving and receiving of healthy love.
Another way to get the most benefit from your bracelets would be to put each one around a glass of purified drinking water and allow the bracelet to charge the water for a few hours before drinking it slowly. I wouldn't recommend using more than one on the same glass of water.
And of course, remember to cleanse your crystals and re-energize them regularly for the best results.
I hope this information has been helpful to you, and that you are feeling more whole soon. And of course, if you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us again!
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I am not a medical professional and can neither diagnose illness nor prescribe medical treatments. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical care, but rather used as a complimentary therapy along with the treatment prescribed by your licensed medical professional.
Posted on January 09, 2016
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