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Trying to design jewelry to meet a person's healing needs
« on: August 31, 2019, 10:12:42 PM »

 I have for a while been thinking about what kinds of stones, crystals and metals would combine to meet a person's needs when it comes to healing: For someone with depression and anxiety disorder I was thinking an ametrine crystal, flourite, maybe also some small Lake Superior agates for strength, courage and grounding. I do have a copy of the crystal bible which is very helpful.

 Is there anyone who also does the same when making their jewelry?




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Re: Trying to design jewelry to meet a person's healing needs
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2019, 12:05:58 AM »

I allow the person in question to choose their own stones. That way they are drawn to what they require. Have found that this approach works very well.
For reference for them, I will le them read what the properties of each stone is from the Crystal Bible books. If need be, copy some of it down for them as well.
Be careful when mixing stones for healing together as they can counteract each other.
Good luck
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