Let’s be real. February, coined “the month of love”, can bring along some funky energy that no one talks about due to the overshadowing energy of Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day is a celebration of romance and romantic love and is observed internationally on February 14th . It’s a single day were roses, chocolates, funny valentines and fancy dinners are at an all time peak. However, for some, Valentine’s Day can heighten “Single Awareness” and affect people in different ways. The energy of the month itself can intensify unpleasant energy if a relationship or marriage is unhealthy or on the rocks. Unconsciously, the inner child who felt unloved or experienced emotional stress and trauma, may awaken repressed feelings. For others, this month can stir up unpleasant feelings of grief, betrayal, abandonment, blame, retaliation and even revenge due to deep emotional wounds and scars. All sparking anxiety, depression or bouts of lashing out.
The reason why these thoughts and feelings are resurfacing is so they can be acknowledged, accepted and released. One is being forced to unpack the emotional damage, fears, self-destructive behaviors in order to heal and heal for good. When one decides to ignore or sweep emotional needs under the rug - emotional turmoil will return again and again. Who truly wants to ride an emotional roller coaster over and over?
I recommend seeking professional help through therapy or counseling as a confidential anchor to guide the healing process. If one chooses to self-heal, I highly recommend spiritual alignment through meditation, journaling, connecting with nature and crystal energy healing.
3 Crystals for Heart Healing
Rhodochrosite is an excellent stone for the heart and relationships. It is a stone par excellence for healing sexual abuse. This stone teaches the heart to assimilate painful feelings without shutting down and removes denial. Rhodochrosite gently brings painful and repressed feelings to the surface, allowing them to be acknowledged and then dissipated through emotional release. This a stone that insists you face the truth, about yourself and other people, without excuses or evasion but with loving awareness. Rhodochrosite improves self-worth and soothes emotional stress.
Morganite encourages loving thoughts and actions, creating a space to enjoy life and living. This stone calms a stressed life and treats stress-related illness. It aids in recognizing unfulfilled emotional needs and unexpressed feelings. Morganite is a powerful stone for dissolving conscious or unconscious resistance to healing and transformation, clearing the victim mentality and opening the heart to receive unconditional love and healing.
Rhodonite is an emotional balancer, showing both sides of the issues you may be or have experienced. This stone heals emotional shock and panic, lending a supportive energy. It clears away emotional wounds and scars and transmutes painful emotions such as festering resentment or anger. Rhodonite has a strong resonance with forgiveness and assist in reconciliation after long-term pain and abuse. It is a useful stone to turn back insults and to prevent retaliation. It recognizes that revenge is self-destructive and promotes remaining calm in dangerous or upsetting situations.
Hold all or stone of choice in left hand when meditating on answers from the heart. Hold in right hand when communicating feelings with others. Hold or wear when painful feelings arise, during emotional release or when journaling emotions and feelings. Carry stones with you during therapy sessions. Create a sacred space, such as a self-love altar, and display stones as an intentional focal point during meditation. Have stones on hand when in the presence of others who may trigger emotion or shift energy.
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Heart healing is a courageous journey, whether you seek help or do it alone. we commend you on doing the work that also heasl 7 generations back and 7 generations forward.
Denise Ann Sumbry
Chief Energy Officer
Energy attributes sited from Hall, Judy. The Crystal Bible. Great Britain: Godsfield Press Ltd. 2003