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I am looking for the best crystal(s) to heal from active drug addiction. I recently have awakened to my divine gifts as a medium, and channel of communication for angels and spirit guides, and want to further myself on my spiral path. I know the truth is that my addiction is hindering me from furthering myself on my spiritual payh, and need help with release and cravings. Thanks! !
Thanks so much for your question and congratulations on your new path. You are doing so much for yourself and the world just by being you and I hope that you realize that as you continue to heal yourself from your addiction. I am going to include a list of crystals that will help but the best one for you is Amethyst. I saw it very clearly as I began to read your letter and you might want to keep one with you all of the time. It will be supportive as you heal mentally and physically while it enables you to continue growing spiritually. Here are others that will help:
Addictions: Amber, Amethyst, Black Onyx, Dravite, Galena, Kunzite, Labradorite, Lepidolite, Phenacite
I will be sending positive energy your way and I hope that you will reach out if you have any other questions or just need some advice. Be strong. Be proud of yourself and most importantly be open to all the good that there is in this world...because there is a lot of it.
Thank you again for reaching out to us and for your support of Healing Crystals.com. I hope that I have been able to answer your question and that you will feel free to let us know if you need any further information.
Wishing you lots of Love and Light!
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