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I am a very sensitive person. I wear a beautiful Labordite to work, but I'm still bombarded by a particularly negative and unhappy woman I work with. I can't get away from her and I find her bad mood rubs off on me, I can actually FEEL her negativity when I walk by (unfortunately her desk is on my route to the bathroom and I have to eat lunch with her every day as I'm not allowed to leave). I tried being nice to her and I feel bad that she is so miserable, but nothing has helped so far. I've even started looking for other jobs but I've been her five years and I'm quite content minus this person. I have florites on my computer and I snowflake obsidian I bring to and from work. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks and I do just love your site.
I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.
In this situation I would recommend a piece of Jet. It is very protective on a psychic level and will send the energy back with a twist. It teaches the person that their energy can and does effect not just themselves but others. It offers them a chance for change. Another I would suggest is a small bowl of Citrine and Pink Kunzite. Citrine transmutes negative energy and negative energy can not exist around or near Kunzite. It will automatically change any negative energy it encounters to positive.
Master Crystal Healer
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