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Hello. Is there a crystal to attract a certain person?
Thank you for reaching out to us with your question about crystals to attract a certain person. Love is a tricky thing, and something that everyone needs to come to with their free-will and their own thoughts and emotions intact. So, if you want to use crystals for love, they need to be applied only to you, as you are the person in the situation who has the free will to choose to react to them or not.
In keeping with that, Rose Quartz, Rhodochrosite and Kunzite are all excellent heart-energy crystals. They can help you heal from past love hurts as well as increase self-love and the ability to give and receive romantic love.
If there are qualities you would like to work on in yourself that you think would make you more desirable as a partner, we have a list of Crystals for Common Conditions to support you in those areas of growth.
One additional strategy would be to use a crystal like Citrineto manifest your perfect relationship. Think of what that would look and feel like, and write on small piece of paper a simple, positive statement of that intention. Energize your Citrine with this intention and place it on the paper. Each day, repeat the intention to yourself, feeling the emotion you would feel if you were already in that relationship--this energizes the crystal to help attract that relationship to your life. Don't give up, sometimes it takes longer than we might hope to see results, but it will be worth it, yes?
I hope this information has been helpful to you. And of course, if you have any further questions regarding crystals or crystal healing, please feel free to contact us again.
Blessings to you,
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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.
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