Mirrors fac­ing out de­flect neg­a­tiv­ity

Isis Town and Country - - News - spirit.cave@ya­hoo.com.au By MYS­TIC MAG­GIE

So­nia asked: My hus­band is in pain and as such is re­ally ir­ri­ta­ble most of the time.

I have been told about mirrors to stop me be­ing so af­fected by his ir­ra­tional out­bursts, would this make a dif­fer­ence?

An­swer: Sorry to hear about your hus­band’s pain.

Sur­round­ing your­self with mirrors, fac­ing out, will lessen the im­pact on you.

This is a good way to pro­tect your­self from neg­a­tive en­ergy, es­pe­cially when it is not you ac­tu­ally caus­ing it.

An­other way to help him is vi­su­alise pink light com­ing from your heart chakra, the cen­tre of your chest, and sur­round­ing him.

See the pink light en­ter­ing him. This will help ease his pain and you will see a dif­fer­ence af­ter a few days. This week’s crys­tal: Rose quartz.

Rose quartz is a stone of the heart, a crys­tal of un­con­di­tional love.

It car­ries a soft fem­i­nine en­ergy of com­pas­sion and peace, ten­der­ness and heal­ing, nour­ish­ment and com­fort.

Hav­ing a rose quartz in the home helps to bring in peace and har­mony, cre­at­ing a lov­ing and car­ing en­vi­ron­ment.

PHOTO: CONTRIBUTED

CRYS­TAL HEAL­ING: Rose Quartz is for un­con­di­tional love.

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