Addiction Stone Set

$ 21.95

***This set includes 6 rough stones, (amethyst, rose quartz, clear quartz, lapis lazuli, aventurine, and ruby) relaxing meditations, “how to” instructions on cleaning and caring for your stones along with an organza carry bag.

Amethyst has been known as the “great detoxer” for centuries.
Aventurine encourage balance within your behavior and is used as a meditation tool or touch stone for realizing limits!
Lapis Lazuli is a sage stone that shows us how we can balance and regulate our lives by applying the principles of look, listen and linger.
Clear Quartz is a highly regarded stone which resonates with our own body energy and helps one to “see clearer” in their action and behavior.
Rose Quartz is a stone of love and self-love. It represents beauty and kindness, Resonates with a gentle heart energy. Ruby is a deep red stone of love and devotion. It is the honoring of ourselves so that we can show a devotion and love to others.

Description

***This set includes 6 rough stones, (amethyst, rose quartz, clear quartz, lapis lazuli, aventurine, and ruby) relaxing meditations, “how to” instructions on cleaning and caring for your stones along with an organza carry bag.

Amethyst has been known as the “great detoxer” for centuries.

Aventurine encourage balance within your behavior and is used as a meditation tool or touch stone for realizing limits!

Lapis Lazuli is a sage stone that shows us how we can balance and regulate our lives by applying the principles of look, listen and linger.

Clear Quartz is a highly regarded stone which resonates with our own body energy and helps one to “see clearer” in their action and behavior.

Rose Quartz is a stone of love and self-love. It represents beauty and kindness, Resonates with a gentle heart energy,

Ruby is a deep red stone of love and devotion. It is the honoring of ourselves so that we can show a devotion and love to others.

Addictions are the excess use and dependency of/on anything including food, sex, alcohol, smoking, caffeine, sugar, shopping, chocolate, drugs… Why do we become addicted? Many addictions have their roots in painful childhood experiences. According to a study undertaken by the National Academy of Sciences, children are more likely to end up addicted to something if they are physically abused, humiliated, or lied to, and if their parents are themselves substance abusers.

Addictions can be mild or serious. When addiction becomes severe, it is more important than social acceptance, family, friends, and even life itself. Addictions tend to begin slowly and grow insidiously. The biggest problem in treating addiction is recognizing the problem. Since there is no simple definition, the point where casual use becomes abuse is vague.

This practice is intended for most people as an ADJUNCT to getting *professional* or other supportive help from their doctors, substance abuse counselors, therapists, sponsors, family, and friends. Always get professional help when trying to quit an alcohol/drug habit. It’s highly recommended if you are needing to seriously diet or quit smoking.

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