Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Crystal Healing #OurAuthorGang

Crystal Healing
By Erika M Szabo

Did you have a rock or crystal collection when you were a kid? I had, and I was especially fascinated by sapphire. My aunt gave me sapphire earrings for my 6th birthday, hoping that being a tomboy, I would wear it and start to be interested in "girlish" things.

Well, it didn't turn me into a "girlish" girl, but I managed to free the stones from the gold setting and I held them often, rolling the smooth, oval-shaped gemstones between my fingers.
Perhaps I knew it by instinct that I'm prone to develop thyroid problems, asthma, and upper digestive tract problems? I may never know.

I believe there is a primal connection and we know it by instinct that holding certain color crystals make us feel better. Maybe that's why as grown-ups, we’re so enamored by crystals and gemstones.

Red and black 
Healing crystals: hematite, black obsidian, red zincite, garnet, and smoky quartz. 
Health problems: constipation, diarrhea, piles, colitis, Crohn's disease, cold fingers and toes, urinary frequency, hypertension (high blood pressure), kidney stones, impotence, hip and leg problems.

Orange
Healing crystals: orange calcite, vanadinite, and carnelian.
Health problems: pre-menstrual syndrome, problems with menstrual flow, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, irritable bowel syndrome, endometriosis, testicular and prostate problems.

Yellow
Healing crystals: citrine, yellow jasper, and golden calcite.
Health problems: diabetes, pancreatitis, liver disease, peptic ulcer, Celiac disease, and gallstones.

Pink & green
Healing crystals: rose quartz, tourmaline, aventurine, malachite, and jade.
Health problems: heart diseases, immune system related problems, possibly fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, allergies, and breast cancer.

Blue
Healing crystals: sodalite, blue calcite, blue kyanite, sapphire, and blue turquoise.
Health problems: Thyroid problems, anorexia, asthma, bronchitis, hearing problems, tinnitus, upper digestive tract problems, mouth ulcers, sore throats, and tonsillitis. 
Indigo
Healing crystals: lapis lazuli, azurite, and suqilite.
Health problems: tension headache, migraine, visual defects, short-sightedness, glaucoma, cataracts, sinus problems, and ear problems.

Violet, golden-white
Healing crystals: amethyst, white calcite, and white topaz. 
Health problems: depression, Parkinson's disease, Schizophrenia, Epilepsy, senile dementia, Alzheimer's, many mental disorders, confusion, and dizziness.

Are you fascinated by any specific color crystal or gemstone?
Besides being fascinated by Natural Healing, I write fantasy and children's books.  
Click to read my portfolio: http://online.pubhtml5.com/ahsh/mobl/

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Erika M Szabo via Google+

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Like crystals? Find out why :)
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Crystal Healing #OurAuthorGang
Crystal Healing By Erika M Szabo http://www.authorerikamszabo.com Did you have a rock or crystal collection when you were a kid? I had, and I was especially fascinated by sapphire. My aunt gave me sapphire earrings for my 6th birthday, hoping that being a t...
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Grace Au

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Love, love, love this post, Erika! I'm a total believer in the properties of crystals. I have a plate filled with different ones in different categories, as you've written. My favorite is rose quartz and my clear crystal quartz point that was given to me by a rock seeking friend from Arizona. They are beautiful and when they are cleansed and charged by the energy of the sun and/or moon, their appearance is incredible. Thank you so much for this post.
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It is fascinating that your favorite is rose quartz because it's related to immune system problems, possibly fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue. Keep it with you always :)
 
In my pocket! 😁

Rich Feitelberg

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I have lots of these; one of the side effects of having a fantasy series featuring precious gems, people think you're into or collect rocks and crystals. I don't really but they look nice is a glass jar.
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I don't write about crystals in my fantasy series, I'm just fascinated by precious gems :)

Nikki McDonagh

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Very informative post , thanks, Erika.
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Mary Anne Yarde

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Such a wonderful and fascinating post, Erika!
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Toi Thomas

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I was always fond of quarts; still am. What a cool post letting me know that my childhood rock collection may not have been all that childish.
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Ruth de Jauregui via Google+

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Erika shared her knowledge of crystals and healing with us today. Fascinating stuff!!
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Ruth de Jauregui

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Blue -- and wow, I have thyroid problems. Maybe I should get that bit of turquoise out again...
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Lorraine Carey via Google+

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Crystals have so the power to do unbelievable things! Great Post, here!
#healing #crystals
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Rebecca Tran

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Need a little relief from your ailments this winter? Erika Szabo shares an interesting post on crystal healing on Our Author Gang today.
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Joe Bonadonna via Google+

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Today in A Small Gang of Authors, Erika M. Szabo​ talks about crystals and crystal healing, something very close to my heart. Truly fascinating!
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Eva Pasco

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I was also fascinated by rocks and had a few collections.  To this day,  I love garnets.
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Joe Bonadonna

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Thank you for posting this, Erika. I find this very interesting. As you probably know, I started using crystals as part of my magic system. Fascinating stuff!
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Chris Weigand

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Wow cool stuff. I always try to explore different crystals and stones and minerals for my books so I can create unique places for my cultures to live. Amethyst has been one of my favorites for the caves of Dun Dealgan where the Mantion live.
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