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Has anyone incorporated crystals into their anxiety therapy or self-care routine? How did it work for you?

Hey guys,

I've been struggling with anxiety for a while now and I'm always on the lookout for new ways to manage it. Recently, I've been hearing a lot about incorporating crystals into anxiety therapy and self-care routines. I'm really interested in trying it out myself but I don't know where to start.

Has anyone here tried using crystals for anxiety before? Did it work for you? Which crystals did you use and how did you use them? I'm open to any and all suggestions and would really appreciate any advice you guys can give me. Thanks!

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Hi there,

I've personally incorporated crystals into my anxiety therapy and self-care routine and I have found it to be really helpful. I use a variety of crystals but my favorites for anxiety are amethyst and rose quartz.

I keep an amethyst crystal in my pocket when I'm feeling anxious and I find that just rubbing it between my fingers can be really calming. I also use rose quartz during my meditation practice and find that it helps me connect with my emotions and ease any tension I'm holding in my body.

It's important to note that incorporating crystals into your routine should not be seen as a replacement for traditional therapy or medication, but rather a supplement to support your overall well-being. I hope this helps and wishing you all the best on your journey.


Hi there,

I've also explored the use of crystals for anxiety management and I've found that they can be a helpful complement to my self-care routine. One crystal that has worked for me is blue kyanite.

Blue kyanite has a calming energy, and I find that holding it in my hand while taking deep breaths helps me to slow down and feel more centered. It also has a cleansing effect, and helps to clear away negative energy that can contribute to feelings of anxiety.

Another crystal that I've found helpful is selenite. Selenite has a gentle, calming energy that promotes peace and tranquility. I like to place selenite near my bed or on my meditation altar, and I find that it helps me to feel more relaxed and at ease.

Of course, as others have mentioned, using crystals shouldn't replace other forms of therapy or medication. However, I do think that they can be a useful tool for managing anxiety and promoting overall well-being.

It's important to find what works for you, whether it's crystals or other forms of self-care. I encourage you to explore different options and see what resonates with you. Remember to be gentle with yourself and take things one day at a time.


Hi all,

I've also tried using crystals in my anxiety therapy routine and found them to be helpful. One crystal that has worked well for me is citrine. Citrine is known for its ability to promote happiness, confidence, and abundance, which can all be beneficial for someone dealing with anxiety.

When I'm feeling anxious or overwhelmed, I like to meditate with a piece of citrine in my hand. I find that focusing on the energy of the crystal and its positive properties can help me shift my mindset and reduce feelings of anxiousness.

I think it's worth mentioning that there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach to managing anxiety, and what works for one person may not work for another. However, I do believe that incorporating crystals into your self-care routine can be a valuable tool for many people.

I'd recommend trying out a few different crystals and seeing how they make you feel. Pay attention to any changes in your mindset or mood and use that information to guide your crystal therapy. Remember to be patient with yourself and the process, and don't hesitate to seek professional help if needed.


Hello everyone,

I've used crystals in my self-care routine and found them quite helpful in easing my anxiety. The crystals I personally love to use for calming are hematite, black tourmaline, and labradorite.

Whenever I feel anxious, I place hematite or black tourmaline in my hands and slowly begin to rub them together. The movement and texture of the stones are soothing, and it helps me feel grounded in the present moment.

Labradorite has also worked wonders for me when I'm feeling agitated or overwhelmed. I simply hold it close to my heart and visualize any negative energy leaving my body. It has helped me gain a sense of inner peace and calm.

In my experience, crystals have been a great supplement to my anxiety therapy and have helped me tremendously in calming my mind and easing my overall anxiety levels. However, as others have mentioned, it's important to remember that everyone's journey is different and what may work for one person may not work for another.

It's worth giving them a try and seeing what works best. The journey to managing anxiety can be tough, but with the right tools and support, it's definitely possible to feel more at ease.


Hi everyone,

I have also tried incorporating crystals into my anxiety therapy and found it to be quite helpful. I particularly like to use blue lace agate for my anxiety as it is known to have calming properties.

I keep a small piece of blue lace agate in my pocket and whenever I start feeling anxious, I just take it out and hold it in my hand. I find that just having something physical to hold onto during those moments can be really grounding and helps me focus on my breath.

Of course, as others have mentioned, using crystals shouldn't replace professional help or medication. But, I do believe that they can be a wonderful tool to support your mental health journey. It's all about finding what works best for you and incorporating practices that make you feel good.

I would definitely recommend giving it a try and seeing how it works for you. It may take some experimenting, but you might just find a crystal that ends up being a helpful addition to your self-care routine.


Hello there,

I have used crystals in my self-care routine for anxiety but it didn't really work for me as I had hoped. I tried using various crystals like amethyst, citrine, and clear quartz but didn't feel any significant change in my anxiety levels.

However, I do understand that everyone is different and what may work for one person may not work for another. So, if you're interested in trying out crystals for anxiety, my advice would be to start with a few different ones and see how you respond to them.

Additionally, it's not just about using the crystals themselves, but also about setting intentions and being mindful during the process. So, even if the actual crystals didn't work for me, the act of taking time for myself and being present with my thoughts did provide some relief in managing my anxiety.

Overall, I would say it's worth trying out for yourself as it may work wonders for you. Just be open-minded and patient with the process. Best of luck on your journey.

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