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My sister is getting divorced, and her ex-husband and his family mistreated her. I have purchased Selenite rods from you a couple of months ago to put around her home. Today, I was looking into purchasing some Jet and Citrine to strengthen the protection. How do you recommend I use this or do you have any other suggestions? Thank you
Thank you for reaching out to Healing Crystals with your question about how to protect your sister during this difficult time. You've chosen wonderful crystals for her space. I would suggest spreading the Selenite around the outside walls of her living space-or the four corners if that's what you can do. The Jet and Citrine I would place as close to the center of her living space as possible, as the center of the grid. Activate it by visualizing a brilliant pure light connecting the Selenite to each other and then each of them to the center of the grid, with the intention that only pure light and unconditional love may enter her space and only for her highest good. Hold this intention and image in mind until it feels like the grid feels charged (according to your intuition). Each day, and whenever you hear she is having difficulty, mentally send light and love to strengthen the grid and to keep it functioning at its best.
Your sister will be less vulnerable to attack the happier and stronger she is feeling. Energizing and grounding crystals like Carnelian or Red Jasper worn regularly may help her get strength back so that she is less susceptible the mistreatment by her ex-husband and his family.
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.
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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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