I believe in gem stone healing.
I am, ok I was about the last person on the planet that would give consideration to a ‘gem stone.’ I love you Holly, but I just couldn’t go there. Then in June 2015 I was in a car accident and ended up with a concussion and my neck would not turn left. The accident happened on a Saturday and Holly, being Holly was over on the Monday ready and willing to make a believer out of me. I was in so much pain that I was a willing participant.
I lay on the yoga mat and Holly proceeded to create a halo of amethyst stones around my head. The stones were so close to my head that the intensity of the energy brought about more pain to my head. Holly had to move the amethyst stones an inch or two farther away from my head. I could feel the painful energy being pulled out. The concussion for that brief 45 minute period subsided and that night I slept with much more ease. The following day I went to physiotherapy and I hated it. I ended up in worse pain. Now why would I go through this physiotherapy hell when I can pay for a crystal healing and feel better.
If you have endured a concussion it’s not something that disappears over a few months. It has been almost two years and I still can’t stand the head pain that comes from being the passenger in a car.
Every evening I take the amethyst earrings and amethyst necklace (Holly made for me) and put them on my windowsill. The amethyst absorbs the moon’s energy during the night. Each morning I put them back on. It’s kind of like taking an aspirin.
Once in a while I wear a pretty blue stone with yellow in it for my stomach. I lost an earring and asked Holly to make another one. I gave her the solitary earring. She found she could not match the solitary earring because it was no longer blue and yellow, only blue! My body (stomach) had absorbed the yellow, so I could not replace the earring.
I am a very practical down to earth person and I am telling you honestly if I hadn't experienced it, I wouldn’t of believed it. Well it’s now evening I must go put my necklace and earrings on the windowsill.