Crystals for MS (Multiple Sclerosis)
Can you suggest something for my grandma. She has MS.
~Maria, Arizona, U.S.A
As for MS, this disease is interpreted as a loss of nerve endings resulting in weakness and incoordination. The personality is often like a pit
bull, feeling forced to undertake hard work against their will. There is considerable resentment, rage and dispair with this disease as well as strong moralism and codependency (which seems to run in the family ??) So, to help with the actual physical result of all this karma, Green Tourmaline will help to repair the nerves. However, unless the emotional "garbage" is cleared there will really be no improvements. The MS "victim" (of themselves) needs Amethyst and lots of it to help change their ways. Amethyst is about supporting transformation. I will tell you it takes will power in excess of the power of the disease to overcome the disease. Only your grandmother can do that. She's had a life of bitterness and the pain lives in her every day. Try to keep her focussed on just being present for each day and the pleasures it brings. Don't think you will be able to change her.
I will make a necklace for my grandma using those stones...and she is like a pitbull...she one of those "nothing's wrong-I can do it myself" codependants. Y'know the kind that never has a "feeling" and tries to carry her own 60 lb. suitcase cuz "it's not THAT heavy" and she wouldn't dare inconvenience anyone by asking for help. You are right on the money with that one!
I have been in "recovery" for codependency for 3
years now and I have found a big difference since I started using the crystals
myself...I wear Amythest and Tiger's Eye regularly...I have tons of Rose
Quartz in my bedroom, too, and some other stones. I just want to
thank you for returning my emails and taking the time to share your knowledge
with me!Like I said before...I wish that I were closer to Canada because
I would come to see you! but Arizona is far!
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Last Updated: 03/01/04
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