Friday, 2 November 2012

Blue Calcite

Following on from my last blog post, my crystal super heroes certainly earned their stripes.  What could have been a negative, energy sapping and disturbing weekend become a weekend of peace, harmony and forgiveness.  As a quick recap, I used black tourmaline and smoky quartz to ‘repel’ negativity, rose quartz to promote peace and harmony and clear quartz to amplify.  I carried around a small ‘blessing bag’ of stones , I created a crystal elixir which I sipped at regular intervals and also created a crystal grid and programmed appropriately.  For more information on crystal grids, I recommend visiting the wonderful who has written an e-book on the subject.

This week I would like to explore the crystal calcite, specifically blue calcite.  One of my clients is currently experiencing an unpleasant few months and is feeling anxious, irritable and tearful.  Their GP has put them on anti-depressants but they would like to also like to complement this with a more holistic approach.  I’m therefore in the process of creating them a holistic action plan combining several complementary practices such as Reiki, mindfulness, aromatherapy with a ‘take-home’ crystal blessing bag.  This is where I think blue calcite will excel. 

Blue calcite has been using for healing purposes for thousands of years and is derived from the Greek word choix, meaning lime.  It is an excellent stone for reducing stress, negativity and anxiety.  Blue calcite is fantastic for calming emotions and allowing one to be more optimistic.  When used near the throat chakra, it aids clear communication, helping you to speak calmly and tactfully. 

I can’t wait to put this action plan into practice and hopefully provide some comfort.

As always, thanks for reading and any questions or comments, I’d love to hear from you below.

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Quick disclaimer; I am not a medical practitioner so therefore I’m not prescribing.  All of my blog posts are based on complementary therapies and not as a replacement for conventional medicine.  

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