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Are there any crystals that can assist with reducing obsessive thoughts or compulsive behaviors related to anxiety disorders?

Hi everyone,

I have been struggling with anxiety disorders for quite some time now, and one of the most prominent issues I face is obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. These thoughts and behaviors often lead to a sense of hopelessness and despair, and they make it difficult for me to concentrate on anything else.

I have heard about the healing powers of crystals, and I am wondering if there are any crystals that can assist me in reducing these obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. I am open to trying out any natural remedy that can provide me some relief from my constant battle with anxiety.

Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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zelda.reichel

Greetings,

As someone who has also struggled with anxiety and obsessive thoughts, I found that Lepidolite was an effective crystal for reducing these symptoms. Lepidolite contains Lithium, which is a natural mood stabilizer, and it's commonly used to treat anxiety and depression.

I have also found that Carnelian helped me reduce compulsive behaviors related to anxiety. It's a crystal that resonates with the sacral chakra, which is associated with creativity, passion, and sexuality. When my mind was consumed with obsessive thoughts, using Carnelian helped me redirect my focus to more positive behaviors.

In addition to these crystals, I found that meditating with Selenite was helpful in reducing my anxiety and obsessive thoughts. Selenite clears blockages in the body, allowing for energy to flow more smoothly. So when I was feeling overwhelmed with obsessive thoughts, meditating with Selenite helped me to clear my mind and focus on the present moment.

Overall, using crystals for anxiety-related obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior has been a positive experience for me. However, it's important to note that these remedies are meant to be used in conjunction with professional medical advice and not as a replacement for it.

audrey.shields

Hi there,

I have first-hand experience with using crystals to deal with obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors related to anxiety. I found that Black Tourmaline was particularly helpful for me. It's a grounding stone that helps to dispel negative energy, thus calming the mind and reducing obsessive thoughts.

Another crystal that worked well for me was Amethyst. It's a powerful stone that promotes peace and balance, making it effective at calming anxious thoughts and reducing compulsive behaviors. Holding an Amethyst crystal during a meditation session helped me to focus on positive energy and shift my mind away from my obsessive thoughts.

Rose Quartz is another crystal that can help those struggling with anxiety-related obsessions and compulsions. It is a stone of unconditional love, which can soothe anxious thoughts and promote feelings of self-esteem and self-worth. This helped me to see myself in a positive light, which reduced the negative thoughts and behaviors that come along with anxiety.

Overall, crystal healing can be a great alternative therapy to reduce obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior related to anxiety. However, it's important to seek medical advice in conjunction with crystal healing, as every individual's needs are different.

barrows.norma

Hey there,

I also suffer from anxiety and have found that using crystals can be a helpful way to reduce obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors related to my condition. One crystal that really resonated with me is Blue Lace Agate. It's a gentle stone that promotes calm and tranquility which can help soothe anxious thoughts and behaviors.

Another crystal that has helped me to reduce the frequency of obsessive thoughts is Howlite. It has a calming energy that restores emotional balance and calms an overactive mind. Whenever I feel overwhelmed by my compulsive behavior, I use Howlite to ground myself and find a sense of inner peace.

I also find that carrying around a piece of Citrine can be helpful to reduce those obsessive thoughts caused by anxiety. Citrine is known as the "stone of success" as it promotes motivation, confidence, and encourages a positive outlook on life so it's a great remedy to help combat negative thoughts and behaviors.

In conclusion, everyone's experience with crystals and their effectiveness against anxiety-related obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior may vary. But these remedies are safe, readily available and can be an excellent complement to any other form of treatment plan recommended by a medical professional.

armando36

Hello,

I have been using crystals to deal with my anxiety for several years now, and I found that Kyanite helped me to reduce obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior. Kyanite is known for its calming properties, and it helps to reduce stress and anxiety by blocking negative energy. I found that keeping a piece of Kyanite with me throughout the day helped to keep my mind clear and focused.

Additionally, I found that Hematite helped me to ground myself and reduce anxiety-related negativity. Hematite has a grounding energy that helps to connect the body and mind, which promotes a sense of stability and balance. Using Hematite helped me to stay centered and helped me to avoid obsessing over negative thoughts.

Finally, I have also found that Sodalite helped me to overcome my obsessive thoughts by promoting insight and clarity. Sodalite helps us to connect with our higher selves and provides us with deeper understanding and perspective. I found that using Sodalite helped me to release judgments towards myself and others, which led to a significant improvement in my anxious thoughts and behaviors.

In conclusion, I believe that using crystals can be an excellent way to support your mental health and reduce obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior. However, it's important to remember that crystal healing is not a substitute for professional medical advice, and any treatment should be used in conjunction with medical care.

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