Crystals for Breast Cancer
Q. I’m just wondering if you know anything about healing breast cancer with Rose Quartz crystals. Particularly as I’ve just been told I have breast cancer. And also I’m trying to find out as much as I can without having surgery.
A. Wearing, carrying, and having Rose Quartz around you in your environment would be very beneficial. Its’ soothing, calming and loving energy opens you to unconditional love for yourself. This in turn sets in train a flow of healing energy.
The energetic vibration of Rose Quartz encourages empathy, reconciliation, and forgiveness for yourself and others. It clears out anger, jealousy, resentment, and other negative issues. It also allows for the healing of these issues. This healing process usually encourages a shift that helps with the healing of cancer.
Rose Quartz also helps to release suppressed and unexpressed feelings, again clearing the way for self-healing. And as a premier heart healer, it also has a strong influence on the breast area. And it is certainly helpful and healing to anybody with any cancer, but especially breast cancer.
A little more about Rose Quartz:
It is a stone of unconditional love and infinite peace. It is the most important crystal for healing the heart and heart chakra. Using it helps you to give and receive unconditional love as well as seeing the beauty in all things.
Some ways to use it:
Use one like a worry stone to soothe and calm yourself.
Keep one in your bedroom so you can have more sparkle and fire in your life.
Wear or carry one to help ease general aches and pains.
Promote love, romance, and good relationships by placing some throughout your home and workplace, or by carrying a small crystal with you.
Put several pieces in your bath to promote a youthful appearance and soothe your skin.
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Disclaimer: The outlined metaphysical and healing properties in this website are for inspiration and reference. We gather this information and alleged properties from writings, books, folklore and various other sources. They are also dependent upon the attitude and beliefs of the individual. Furthermore they do not replace diagnosis or treatment by a qualified therapist or physician.