By now, have you and your kids been able to experiment with any of the recommended crystals from the first two series? We know by watching children play outdoors, they are deeply connected to the natural world. Stones and crystals are a key element of nature and play an important role in children’s physical and emotional healing. Here are more healing crystals for kids you might want to explore:
Jade — a soother of emotions. Emotionally sensitive children often need a supportive system to ensure that their feelings do not overwhelm them. Jade enhances confidence, self-assurance, and self-reliance. Jade is also very inspirational in helping children achieve their desires in life. This is a great pocket stone, or can be worn as jewelry.
Lapis Lazuli — carried in a pocket, this stone is highly prized for protective powers. It is very good for children that are highly intelligent but suffer from Asperger’s syndrome or have autistic tendencies. Also Lapis can be used during meditation with children who struggle with ADD and ADHD. It helps to focus and clear the mind. Kids with sleeping problems can place this Lapis under their pillows. It is a stone that can be worn as jewelry, held during meditation, or carried in a pocket.
White Moonstone—is supportive for children to drive away nightmares or insomnia. A wonderful stone for kids dealing with emotional overwhelm and hyperactivity. Peach or Yellow Moonstone — stimulates the mind, also soothes worry or anxiety. It is an emotional support for intuitive or sensitive children. Rainbow Moonstone— can help children with learning difficulties or speech problems. Any of these stones can be rubbed gently across the forehead, worn as jewelry, placed under the pillow at night or carried in a pocket.
Pink Tourmaline — is a good choice for children recovering from abuse. It transforms negative behavior into positive and brings deep comforting energy of love. Having several of these crystals available for the child, where they can be picked up, held, carried in a pocket and slept with at night is highly recommended.
Iron Pyrite—is an extremely protective stone. Children are attracted to its shiny brassy surfaces. Pyrite is like a small mirror, reflecting negative energy away. It is said to reduce fatigue and is a good stone for students because it is thought to improve memory, recall, and to stimulate the flow of ideas. This is an excellent stone placed where the child does homework. It can also be a pocket stone for protection and placed next to the bed at night.