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From: Amy Person [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2008 4:06 PM
Subject: Comment from HealingCrystals.com - Discount Prices on Healing Crystals, Minerals & Tumbled Stones
I wanted to know if there are specific crystal that I can use to heal a broken relationship? And, how would you use the crystal?
Thank you & Blessings,
Welcome and thanks for visiting Healing Crystals.
In reading your question I'm guided to share some observations: A broken relationship is only a reflection of the illusion of "brokenness" of the two people in relationship. If one person is "broken" then they will project "brokenness" into the relationship. So, when answering the issue of a broken relationship I recommend crystals that work on both the energetics of the relationship as well as the person in the relationship. Here's what I'd suggest:
Iolite - releases discord in relationships by encouraging one to take responsibility for the self. Wear on your heart. Here is a link to our iolite products.
Peridot - can improve difficult relationships by releasing negative patterns and old vibrations.Our products are listed below.
Rainbow Aura - provides insights into the cause of disfunctional relationships and helps to release karmic ties. Click on the link to view aura products.
Here are the stones I'd recommend to help facilitate self love:
Rose Quartz - facilitates unconditional love and peace and restores trust and harmony in existing relationships. Products are below:
Rhodonite - clears emotional wounds.
Pink Tourmaline - Inspires trust in love
I'd recommend that you place these crystals on your heart and meditate with them. You may also want to place some crystals in your relationship corner of the house (the far right corner of the house as you walk in your front door). You may also want to grid your house with some or all of these crystals. Attached is an article on gridding.
Much love to you on your journey to yourself and your relationship to your partner.
| Wonderful and in-depth response! I will myself have a look at your links.|
Ana (Submitted by: anataggy on September 02, 2011)
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