Anti-Aging Crystals – Crystals Can Help With Aging.

by Ron & Sue Windred on August 14, 2018

Anti-Aging Crystals – Crystals Can Help With Aging.

Hey Ron and Sue, I’m nearly 70 now and I was wondering if there is a crystal
that can stop me aging? Even though I’m getting older and I know I can’t
really stop this, but it really would be good if I could slow things down a bit.
In all other respects I am quite healthy and looking forward to living to a ripe
old age. Are there anti-aging crystals?

Bella.

We don’t believe there is a crystal that can stop you aging. However we do know some that may help to slow things down a bit and provide a little more longevity.

Regardless of our age, growing old is one of those natural processes that affect us all. Aging is a natural phenomenon. There is no way to stop it happening. Even so, many of us would like nothing better than to remain forever young.

In addition to anti-aging crystals, attention to other factors such as avoiding environmental pollution, minimising stress and looking at your lifestyle may be in order. There is much to be said for attitude, diet, exercise and don’t dismiss herbal and other natural remedies.

Another reason for aging is related to our attitude towards aging, and the belief that it is inevitable. We respond to our way of thinking, and unfortunately the more we believe in the aging process the more we will age.

However, by changing how we think about this whole process of getting older, we may be able to slow the process of aging. And anti-aging crystals can play a positive role in this also.

Here Are 6 Anti-Aging Crystals For Health And Longevity:

Amethyst – Helps to provide physical, emotional, and mental equilibrium. Good for balancing hormones, immune system, and nervous system and reducing stress. It also flushes out toxins that contribute to aging.

anti-aging crystals

Aquamarine – Has calming energies that quiet the mind and reduce stress. It protects against pollutants. It soothes your fears and encourages taking responsibility for your-self as well as breaking old worn self-defeating programs. Also known as the Stone of Mermaids due to its effect of retaining youthfulness.

anti-aging crystals

Citrine – Assists in bringing about joy, happiness, and abundance. Good for the digestive system, tissue regeneration, and heart health. It energises every area of life, improves your motivation and encourages self-expression. Invigorates and encourages rejuvenation and wellbeing.

Citrine

Clear Quartz – Helps with your quality of life, by regulating energy and mental focus. A purification stone that is said in some quarters to be the ultimate crystal for reversing aging and retaining the fountain of youth. It also helps remove free radicals and negative energy. Good for heart health.

Quartz

Labradorite – A powerful anti-aging crystal that not only slows aging, but also increases the production of youthful hormones such as Elastin and Collagen. It is also a useful companion throughout the aging process, imparting strength and perseverance.

Labradorite

Mookaite – Can help you to change your beliefs about the inevitability of aging and degeneration. It helps you to feel younger by raising your vibrations and changing your attitude to life and thoughts about aging.

Mookaite

How To Use Your Anti-Aging Crystals:

Here are just a few of the ways you can use them:

Carry them around with you.

Wear them as jewellery.

Sleep with them under your pillow.

Meditate with them.

Build a crystal grid utilising these stones.

Create a gem elixir. It may be wise not to place the crystals directly into the water.

Crystals are available for purchase on our sister site www.mycrystalaura.com.au

© Written by Ron and Sue Windred

Disclaimer: The metaphysical and healing properties outlined in this website are for inspiration and reference. These alleged properties are gathered from writings, books, folklore and various other sources. They are dependent upon the attitude and beliefs of the individual. In no way are they meant to replace diagnosis or treatment by a qualified therapist or physician.

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