~Disease And Color 2

 


Crystal Meanings S through Z



Sapphire:  A dark blue stone, it helps in communication, insight, and intuition.  It is most strongest when placed next to the skin.  It helps to lessen tension and align the physical, mental, and spiritual realms.  Black Sapphires are the most protective.  

Selenite:  This is a type of gypsum stone with white striated crystals.  It is used to work against the effects of cancer and helps to stabilize people that have epileptic episodes.  The wearer must visualize the warm light bringing energy and healing to them.  It may also help with issues of letting go.

Silver:  This shiny stone can help wit issues of mental and emotional cleansing.  It helps by giving a balance to your emotions.  The stone is good for those with diminished memory and irrational fears.  It is a less assertive stone than most others.

Sodalite:  This crystal is recognized for its healing and meditation powers.  It can help the wearer express themselves better due to the connection with the Throat chakra.  It can assist you in being more objective and less critical of others and everyday happenings.

Tanzanite:  This is a rare blue violet stone.  It is a stone of magic that accentuates spiritual awareness and insight.  It is also used in relieving depression.  So named because it was found in Tanzania, this gorgeous stone helps to dispel negativity.

Tiger's Eye:  This stone is widely recognized an is used for money, courage, and luck.  It amplifies thinking and helps you to bring your ideas to reality.  It is used for centering and grounding and helps us recognize our strengths and weaknesses.  It was known as he true balancer of Yin and Yang in ancient China.

Zircon:  This stone comes in all colors, but is a clear crystal most of he time.  It helps the wearer to see universal truths and have a connection with all that is.  It helps to relieve depression and insomnia.  It also was used back in history as a poison detoxifier. 



The following chart is an overview of some illnesses and which crystal to use to help with healing them.  If you need medical attention, please get it.


Acne:  Amethyst elixir

ADD:  Quartz

Allergies:  Aquamarine and Aventurine

Alzheimer's:  Blue Obsidian

Anger:  Agate, Bloodstone, Garnet, Jade, Rose Quartz

Angina:  Emerald

Appendicitis:  Chrysolite

Arthritis:  Boji stones, Charoite, Copper, Emerald, Fluorite, Pyrite

Back:  Lapis Lazuli, Malachite

Bitterness:  Amethyst

Bladder:  Orange Jasper

Bleeding:  Bloodstone

High Blood Pressure:  Emerald

Low Blood Pressure:  Ruby

Bowels:  Jasper

Burns:  Rose Quartz

Cancer:  Red Adventurine, Selenite, Smoky Quartz

Chickenpox:  Malachite

Colds:  Emerald

Constipation:  Amber

Depression:  Amber, Citrine, Kyanite, Sapphire, 

Diabetes:  Citrine, Emerald, Jade, Sulfur

Dyslexia:  Sugilite

Emphysema:  Amber, Amethyst, Rose Quartz

Epilepsy:  Jasper, Lapis Lazuli

Exhaustion:  Yellow Jasper

Chronic Fatigue:  Chlorite in Quartz

Fever:  Red Obsidian

Gallbladder:  Calcite, Citrine, Jasper, Topaz

Goiter:  Amber

Gout:  Topaz, Tourmaline

Hayfever:  Blue Agate

Headaches:  Amber, Amethyst, Charoite, Citrine, Hematite

Heart Attack:  Dioptase

HIV and AIDS:  Amethyst, Lapis Lazuli

Hypertension:  Chrysocolia

Inflammation:  Alexandrite, Bloodstone, Copper, Emerald, Malachite

Insomnia:  Amethyst, Citrine, Labradorite, Sapphire

Insulin levels:  Opal

Joints:  Azurite, Calcite, Hematite

Kidneys:  Amber, Aquamarine, Bloodstone, Citrine, Emerald, Fluorite, Nephrite, Rose Quartz

Knees:  Azurite

Liver:  Amethyst, Beryl, Charoite, Jade, Topaz

Lungs:  Amber, Beryl, Emerald, Lapis Lazuli, Peridot

Metabolism:  Amethyst, Sodalite

Migraine:  Amber, Amethyst, Fluorite, Turquoise

Multiple Sclerosis:  Carnelian

Nerves:  Tourmaline

Nose Bleed:  Carnelian

Obesity:  Tourmaline

Osteoporosis:  Malachite

Pancreas:  Amber, Calcite, Charoite, Garnet, Jasper

Panic or Anxiety Attack:  Lapis Lazuli

Parkinson's Disease:  Amethyst, Opal

Rheumatism:  Agate, Carnelian, Copper, Malachite

Scoliosis:  Malachite

Seizures:  Labradorite

Senility:  Buddstone

Sexual Abuse:  Zoisite

Sinuses:  Azurite, Blue Agate

Sleep:  Amethyst, Lapis Laxuli

Stress:  Bloodstone, Fluorite, Hematite, Obsidian

Stomach:  Beryl, Fire Agate, Labradorite

Teeth and toothache:  Aquamarine, Fluorite

Thymus:  Aventurine

Thyroid:  Amber, Citrine

Travel Sickness: Jasper

Tuberculosis:  Morganite

Ulcers:  Blue Agate

Urinary Tract:  Calcite, Ruby

Venereal Disease:  Zircon

Vomiting/Nausea:  Lapis Lazuli

Warts:  Blue Agate

Weight Loss:  Rose Quartz  




Crystals D through H



Diamond:  Ignore the monetary value and look at its properties.  With other stones such as aquamarine, it can actually boost t stone's power.  Some say that the blue inside the color spectrum of the stone can actually help with glaucoma.  It was used as a detoxing stone in ancient times.

Dioptase:  A deep blue-green crystal, it helps the heart chakra release negativity and heal itself.  It promotes sincerity and emotional balance and its healing can go deep into the earth.

Emerald:  A symbol of love and good luck, this stone is used for harmony and peace.  It also helps with depression and insomnia.  

Fluorite:  This stone has every color of the rainbow, usually translucent in appearance.  It is used as a balancing stone.  The stone is also used to heighten psychic ability and spiritual connections.

Garnet:  Ranging in a multitude of colors, this stone heightens creativity and helps with the circulatory system.  The brighter the stone is, the better it will work for you.  It is used for help with exhaustion, strengthening blood, hormone balance, and fertility.  It also helps us open up to others.

Geodes:  These are rock like on the outside and contain a crystalline structure on the inside.  They usually contain forms of quartz, amethyst, and citrine.  It helps with pursuits of math and assists in the decision making process.

Gold:  This is an all purpose type of gem.  If placed in the sunlight for a time, it will become positively charged.  It can help with degenerative diseases and chemical imbalances.  It imparts an assertive energy to the wearer.

Hematite:  This shiny stone is used for grounding and encourages survival instincts.  It also helps to enhance memory, give mental clarity, and give the wearer a sound sleep.  It deflects negativity and restores balance.  It was used by the ancient Egyptians for hysteria and anxiety.  


Crystals I through L



Iolite:  This stone is a bluish lavender color.  It represents truth, peace, and living at a higher awareness level.  It is one of the best stones to use in psychic healing and spiritual activities.  It can help open your psychic abilities and expand upon them>  It is mostly used for meditation and astral travel.

Ivory:  Use this stone ONLY if you are drawn to it as it comes from elephants and walruses.  It is used in the ailments of bones and joints.  It will help make you become more in tune with animals and nature.  

Jade:  This stone is used for health and wealth.  It sends out a gentle, steady healing energy.  It comes in a variety of colors and can be used on the chakra that corresponds with its color.  This stone can help mellow your existence and rid you of negativity.  It is a very protective stone.

Jasper:  This stone will work for practical solutions in your life.  Its energy is used for grounding and protection.  Jasper comes in a rainbow of colors.  Native Americans used Jasper to help them connect to the spirit world and protect them while the traveled.

Kyanite:  Used for grounding and tranquility, this stone comes in several colors.  It is used for visualization, dream interpretation, and meditation.  It is also said if this stone is carried around in the pocket for a time, it will align all the chakras back to where they are supposed to be.

Labradorite:  Usually a metallic iridescent stone, it helps the wearer to share their strengths with the people around them by helping them to relate better to others.  Don't clean this one with salt.

Lapis Lazuli:  This beautiful stone comes in many hues of blue.  It will help to organize and quiet the mind.  It gives us total awareness and insight into our dreams.  It can help to increase psychic ability and spiritual purity.  Wear close to the throat. 



Herbal Medicine Chest



Building an herbal medicine chest takes some time and thought as to what size it needs to be and what you will be placing in it.  There are many herbs out there, but take time to learn what each is for and don't take something if you don't need its healing value.

The first thing to do is make a list of the medicines and herbs you take on a daily basis and those you take when you need them.  

Make a note of your symptoms, what works to help them, and what you might need to ask your doctor about taking them.  Also, try to list if they are elixirs, tinctures, or tablets.  Some herbs run by season and some you can get year round.  

Some doctors don't like their patients using herbal remedies.  Sometimes people don't know enough about the herb, and it actually makes them sicker.  Read the labels carefully.  Discuss side effects and if the doctor tells you not to take the specific herb, then don't.  It may lead to more problems down the road for your health.  

How much to take also needs to be addressed.  Discuss the dosages with your doctor and obtain a herb guide to look up anything you don't know.  Being a well informed patient helps you and your doctor take great care of your health.


Here is a list of a few herbs and illnesses:


Acne:  Burdock

Alcohol Abuse:  Milk Thistle

Arthritis:  Devil's Claw

Blood Purification:  Dandelion

Brain Food:  Ginkgo

Breathe Easy:  Licorice

Calming Agent:  Valerian 

Cholesterol:  Garlic

Cleanse and Detox:  Milk Thistle 

Circulation:  Hawthorn Berries

Colds/Flu:  Echinacea

Cough Calmer:  Eucalyptus

Depression:  St. John's Wort

Digestion:  Peppermint

Eyes:  Bilberry

Heart Support:  Hawthorn Berries

Insomnia:  Valerian

Migraines:  Feverfew

Mood Support:  St. John's Wort

Nausea:  Ginger

Stress:  Kava Kava

Water Retention:  Dandelion Leaf 




History of Color Therapy



Therapy by color is a way to help restore the imbalance by applying certain colors on the body.  Some 2500 years ago, Pythagoras used the light of colors and color halls were all over ancient Egypt and China for healing.  The very first wheel of color was created by Sir Isaac Newton.  

Johann Wolfgang Goethe started studying the effect of colors on the psyche about one hundred years after Newton made his wheel.  Goethe also divided the colors into two different groups – the plus group and the minus group.  The Plus group had red, orange, and yellow.  The Minus group had green, blue, indigo, and violet.  The plus group caused excitement and brightness.  The minus group caused depression and sadness.

Modern color therapy was pioneered by Neils Finsen of Denmark.  In 1877, he discovered the bactericidal action of energy from solar ultra-violet rays.  Finsen also studied how wounds healed somewhat faster when hit with visible light.  

Edward Babbitt was the founder of the principles of color therapy.  He treated a variety of illnesses and ailments from burns to colds.  He found that by placing a jar of water in the sun, the water would become medicated by the seven color rays.  His principles of Rainbow Healing are followed by some people who drink the colored, solarized water o stay healthy and fit.

In 1897, Dinshah Ghadiali, MD, saved a woman from intractable dysentery by shining indigo light on her body.  By the third day, she was out of the bed walking.  By 1920, Dinshah invented the Spectro-Chrome.  He deduced certain physiological aspects of each color and how they led certain behaviors.

In 1932, two Californian psychologists, Gerrard and Hessay, established that red has a stimulating effect, while blue is calming.

In 1985, Darius Dinshaw concluded everything on earth contains some form of color.  These colors arehighly beneficial to keep people healthy and for healing purposes. 





How to Heal Yourself



Healing for most people requires a lot of energy use.  You will need to have a clear mind free of any worries or problems that are going on in your life.  You can use meditation or visual imagery to help you relax.

Breathing is always the best way to help you relax.  Have a steady rhythmical breathing.  On the inhale, imagine a pure white light coming into your body.  On the exhale, visualize all negativity leaving your body.  Send this negative energy into the ground so it can be neutralized.  

Washing your hands and visualizing negative energy going down the drain helps.  You can also use bells or chimes to help cleanse the auric field.  Many other ways to clean an aura are burning incense, ask for protection and cleansing, rub Frankincense on your hands and wipe it around the auric field, and call for the Universal Energy to help you.

You can use these suggestions or in your practice, you may find something else that works equally well.  Use that.  There is no wrong in Reiki.  If you follow your intuition, that is all you need.  

No matter how much you want to help someone else, always take care of yourself first.  Empathic people use their own energies and end up feeling drained and weak afterwards.  This also makes you vulnerable to illness and any negative energies that are floating around out there.  

Direct the Reiki with your mind an use your hands as vessels to carry the energy to the other person.  Let your intent be to help heal the person or to take away some of their pain.  Intent is the most important thing in Reiki.  Always have good intentions concerning yourself or your patients.  Most importantly, practice the Reiki daily to keep yourself strong so you can help others.  



Incorporate Some Color Into Your Life



Incorporating color into our lives is really easy to do.  We can find colors everywhere in the food we eat, in nature, and in the cars we drive.  You only have to look at the world that surrounds you to see the vibrant shades of colors everywhere.  Colors helps our moods and energy levels.  It can bring out that creative part of our minds and brighten our day.  There is no end to what you can use different colors for every day.  

Here are some suggestions about how to get some more color into your life:

Paint with rich vibrant colors.

Use a colored lampshade or colored light bulbs.

Visualize your favorite colors in your mind.

Use shades that are harmonious and complement each other.

Meditate at a church where you can view the beautiful stained glass windows.

Go to a museum and take in all the artwork and the colors used in each piece.

Look around for natural colors.  Notice the blue sky, the blue green ocean, white moon, and the green grass.

Choose your favorite colors for things around the house.  Choose the shade of clothes you wear, the car you drive, the shoes on your feet, the scarves or mittens, and the sheets on your bed.  Go ahead and dress your husband in that pink shirt, he will feel much happier afterwards.

You have a choice in everything you do to pick colors that best suit you and your family's moods and preferences.  There are always hundreds of shades to pick.  Painting a baby's room is a project in itself.  Do you pick the pink or blue?  How many shades are there of these two?  Do you pick a neutral yellow which can go from Sunrise to Goldenrod and everything in between.  Have fun and enjoy the color schemes you have picked.  

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