Looking for crystals for depression or feeling down in the dumps? These 7 healing crystals will help absorb negative energies and lift your mood. Let these stones elevate your mind to a more positive place.
Please Note: Although crystals help many people, they are not a substitute for proper medical treatment or a cure. Always seek help from your Doctor or licensed medical practitioner for depression. Always use crystals in conjunction with any other prescribed treatments.
Now that is said, what are the best crystals for depression or feeling down? I get asked this question a lot. Depression is not an easy thing to deal with, whether you suffer from it yourself or have a friend or loved one that is currently battling. When you’re depressed or just feeling down, your vibration is low and that is something crystals can help with.
There are many stones you could try, but these are a few that are at the top of my list. A polished Tumble Stone or Crystal Point can be carried with you throughout the day in a small bag in your pocket. A larger crystal if available can be placed in your home, somewhere you spend lots of alone time in. Start with a small crystal and then if you find that it is helping, you could invest in a bracelet or pendant if you prefer.
Citrine or Smoky Citrine
Please use natural Citrine as it is much more effective. Citrine helps absorb negative energy, while bringing positive energy into the aura. It can help develop a more positive mindset. Smoky Citrine is not so easy to find but worth seeking out. It is natural Citrine that has a light or dark smoky hue to it, or even a smoky Phantom formation inside. Smoky Citrine is a very powerful mood lifter with a deeply detoxifying effect.
Sunstone is peachy orange pink in colour and may have glittering sparkles inside. This stone is also a great mood lifter. It will infuse your emotional body with a lighter energy, leading to a more positive outlook. It is quite gentle to use if you find some crystals too strong for you.
This dark and smoky to brown form of Quartz is easy to find and generally inexpensive to buy. Smoky Quartz is a popular crystal for absorbing negative energy and negative thought patterns. If carried with you or worn daily, please remember to cleanse it frequently.
This is an abundantly available soft milky pink Quartz that nobody should be without. Rose Quartz can be helpful for those that suffer from depression because it is so comforting. This crystal brings in soothing and healing energy to the Heart Chakra and helps you be gentle to yourself and develop self love. A good crystal for stress management too.
Tip: Try a large piece of Rose Quartz, Sphere or Tumble Stone by your bedside. It will soothe you while you sleep.
This is usually Quartz crystal treated with precious metals such as Platinum and Silver, creating an iridescent pastel colour sheen. It is also known as Opal Aura. Simply holding this crystal will raise your vibration instantly. Angel Aura helps lift dark moods and brings you hope. If you feel unloved or lonely, let it be your Guardian Angel.
Carnelian is a waxy looking stone with orange, white and red colours. It is an excellent crystal for anyone who lacks the will to make positive changes in their life. It helps motivate you to take proactive action steps. Carnelian gives you a bit of an energy boost and is also good for reducing anxiety too.
Amethyst ranges from pale lavender to deep purple, clear to opaque. Many people find this violet crystal to be hugely helpful for depression. Amethyst is deeply cleansing, it transmutes negative energies to positive energy. It heals on a deep level, especially with feelings of emotional pain and that empty feeling when placed or worn over the Heart Chakra area.
If you have any success with these crystals for depression or feeling down, please share it. I would love to hear from you in the comments below (Please keep any questions you have on topic if you want a response).
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