Crystals to Help with Addiction.
Q. Are there crystals to help with addiction, or that can help me with, or better still, recover from addiction?
A. Amethyst is said to be a stone of spirituality and transformation. Also, I believe that in some twelve-step programs it is recognised as “the sobriety stone”.
Amethyst derives its name from the Greek word, amethusos, meaning not drunk. According to an ancient myth, Bacchus turned a young maiden into a stone statue, and then in remorse, he poured wine onto the statue, staining it purple and creating Amethyst. Following this, it was said that drinking from an Amethyst Goblet would prevent the drinker from being fraught by the drink’s spirit. Today all those trying to overcome any addictions, especially alcohol addiction, may use the healing powers of Amethyst as an aid for dealing with addictions.
Amethyst calms your mind and encourages connection with your spiritual or real self. It also helps to replace anxiety and confusion with calmness and clarity. It fosters your intuition, your feelings and your values. This ancient detoxifier helps to deal with compulsive and obsessive behaviour related to alcohol, drugs, tobacco, food, sex, and other addictions.
Amethyst is wonderful calming crystal for those whose addictions lead to them being overworked, overstressed, or overwhelmed. Many people also sleep with an Amethyst under their pillow for this reason.
You might also like to consider using our Addictions Kit which contains five crystals known to helpful for addictions.
These five crystals to help with addiction encourage a healthy and inspiring approach to alleviate dependence. Amethyst, Hematite, Labradorite, Rhyolite, Lepidolite. You can learn more about the addictions kit and each of the crystals in our article; Crystals for Addictions – Crystal Kit.
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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.