Stress goes to the weakest part of our body. Whether its back ache or an upset stomach, it effects us all differently. I myself have used crytals for years, aiding me with physical, emotional and spiritual problems. Today we look at crystals to help with stress, anxiety and depression.
The most common selenite crystals are white, one of the prettiest and most elegant crystals that you will ever see. Selenite is named after the Greek goddess Selene, which is the goddess of the moon. It’s a good stone to have to help you quiet your mind and give you mental clarity. It’s great to protect you against psychic attack. It also balances and stabilizes your body and emotions. Selenite is perfect for cleansing your aura. Selenite is a protective stone which protects you from negative energies. You can wear it, sleep with it But don’t bathe with it because it will dissolve in water.
Green Calcite is a soothing and beautiful light green shade, and the stone is opaque. It looks a lot like washed sea glass. Try holding when you feel anxious. It will radiate calming and soothing energies and remove any stagnant energy in your home or workplace. It can act as a purifier and cleanser for the body, can support and strengthen the immune system and help ease intestinal or skin conditions. It will help you to cope with emotional grief of a loss of a relationship.
Amethyst is a meditative and calming stone which works in the emotional, spiritual, and physical planes to promote calm, balance, and peace. It guards against psychic attack, transmuting the energy into love and protecting the wearer from all types of harm. It has strong healing and cleansing powers. Hold amethyst if you are having a anxiety attack.
Due to its relaxing properties it is helpful to those who suffer from insomnia. Place it under your pillow.
I could list a lot of other crystals that will help, but these a the three best examples. I will go into more depth when I write about each crystal individually.
Do not replace medical treatment or advice, you can use alongside medical treatment. If unsure ask your medical professional.