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Here is a Question from One of Our Customers:

I have just lost my mom and I was looking for a grouping of crystals to help my family out in their time of need.


Dear M,
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.

I am so sorry to hear of your lose. Magnetite is a very useful stone in times of grief as it can soften the grief allowing the person to work through the process of grieving in their own time.

Sugilite is another stone that will assist in the grieving process. It assist by giving strength and courage to face sorrow and grief, it gives an understanding that there is no why or how of a death but that it is a natural process of life.

Pink Calcite is a stone of the angelic energy. It releases grief slowly and allows unconditional love to bring acceptance and the ability to move on in the present.

The last stone I would like to suggest is Fire opal. It releases deep seated grief and asssit in letting go of the negative aspects of the grieving process, allowing to experience it as a natural process of life.

Any of these stones can be combined in a small bowl. Allow the family to handle the stones as needed. Each will respond to one or another of the stones. That will be the one they need to help them through their time of grief.

Roslyn Bohanan
Master Crystal Healer

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Posted on June 06, 2011
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