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I have a Lapis Lazuli necklace which I wear as much as I can, usually on the weekends, my days off or if I go out in the evenings. It always makes me feel much perkier and like I have much more to say (i can be quite shy at times). I work in operating theatres at a hospital and am always a bit cautious about carrying crystals in this enviroment but was wondering if it would be ok to wear this necklace while I'm at work?
Thank you so much for your question. Lapis Lazuli does bring out the extrovert in just about anyone since it works with your Throat chakra and Third Eye. I'm a big fan of Lapis Lazuli myself and I'm so glad you are really enjoying all of the positive energy it has to offer.
Since you work in a operating theater I will assume that you need to go through some pretty serious sterilization procedures prior to entering the theater. I would also assume that the medical facility that you work for has some guideline regarding what should and should not be worn in the operating theater. I would suggest that you keep these things in mind when deciding whether or not to wear your necklace while you are in there. I would caution you that Lapis Lazuli does contain sulfur and possible pyrite inclusions which can be poisonous. You don't mention if your necklace is made of tumble stones or rough. Typically tumbles stones are pretty safe but you should be aware of these cautions and take them into consideration.
If you don't feel comfortable wearing your necklace while you are working, have you considered taking a picture of the necklace and carrying that with you? It may sound strange, but just having the image of the necklace with you will help you feel it's energy and remind you of that "perky" feeling. Why not try carrying a photo - or even keeping it on your phone or locker or desk - and see if that works for you?
Just a reminder that crystals are for healing and should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care. Crystals are not a medical treatment and should not be used as a replacement for medical care. Please consult your healthcare specialist for your particular needs.
Rebecca please let me know how it works out and if you have any other questions and of course continue to enjoy your necklace!
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