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Healing Beads Part 1

Did you know Natural stones have been known to help alleviate the symptoms of grief? Here are some natural stones and their Healing properties 😊


Rose Quartz: the heart healer

Rose Quartz is the stone par excellence for healing a broken heart. It helps you to forgive where necessary, to find love for yourself as well as others, and fills your whole being with loving support and spiritual nourishment.


Surround your bed with Rose Quartz if you need a quiet, supportive space in which to express your feelings and find healing.











Ruby in Zoisite (Anyolite): going for it


A stone of transmutation, Ruby in Zoisite is especially helpful during the grieving process. It facilitates releasing pain and sorrow. When you want to stomp and rage, this stone understands and says ‘go for it’.

The stone offers spiritual comfort and encourages you to regain your passion for life without shutting off your deeper feelings. It also enhances your compassion and encourages you to share mutual support with others who may be going through the same grieving process.

Ruby in Zoisite helps you to remember your soul plans for the present incarnation and the lessons you intended to learn. It is a very positive stone and it assists in seeing the good and the joyful in the present moment, no matter how dark that may appear. It keeps you centred so that you do not over-react to situations. Zoisite is a heart-centred stone and with its help you can give thanks for the happiness you had and catch a glimpse of the bright future that is beckoning you on.


Ruby in Moonstone: for stepping through pain



This dynamic combination is excellent for healing hearts broken through loss and grief. It helps you to step through your pain and to develop compassion for yourself and others. Anger is one of the recognized stages of grief and Ruby in Moonstone helps you to traverse this stage, expressing your feelings openly instead of suppressing them. It also helps you to forgive someone for leaving you.







Indicolite Quartz: for acceptance of right timing

Gentle Blue Indicolite Quartz has strands of Blue Tourmaline within it. The synergy of the stones releases blocked feelings and helps you to speak about them. It offers comfort and gives you insight into the deeper causes and consequences of grief and loss.

This beautiful stone teaches that no one ever mourns alone. It accesses a multitude of spirit guides and helpers who gather close to assist a soul who has been left behind. It also reminds you that, while the body may die, love and the soul do not.

Indicolite Quartz also teaches that death occurs at exactly the right time for a soul, no matter how inopportune it may appear. It says that the soul has learned its lessons, or the karma of grace has come into operation, gifts have been developed and the soul has headed home. And the stone is there to comfort those left behind.



Apache Tear: for cleansing grief

Apache Tear is the gentle clearer form of Obsidian. It is the perfect receptacle for your grief and for the emotions that accompany it. It accepts any negative feelings and transmutes them into positive beneficial vibes, holding a safe space for you to grieve.


This is a stone of protection that wraps around your heart to give you the space you need to heal. If you feel hollow inside, it will protect that space until you can once again fill it with love.








Amethyst: for spiritual protection and connection

Amethyst dispels fear and anxiety and alleviates sadness and grief. It helps you to adjust to any loss you have suffered, absorbing pain and grief and offering spiritual protection and

comfort. It allies you to your spirit guides and helpers. But Amethyst can also open your psychic senses and help you to communicate with a loved one who has moved on when the time is right.

Place Amethyst on your third eye to open your inner sight and reach out to the other side. Your guides and helpers will assist if you ask them to

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