Crystals to Help with Seasonal Affective Disorder
Spending time in nature is a way for many of us to reenergize and refuel our batteries. However, many of us spend long, winter days stuck inside. This can cause our batteries to run out, and negative energy to set in. Some of us experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.) in the winter months. Seasonal Affective Disorder is defined as, "depression associated with late autumn and winter and thought to be caused by a lack of light."
Crystals are here to help combat this depression that many of us may feel in the winter months to come. They can help us to refuel our positive energy, and reconnect with nature, even if we don't have as much opportunity to physically be outside. Crystals can help to reenergize your home, by filtering negative energies. Some wonderful stones for filtering negative energy include: Smoky Quartz, Amethyst, Black Tourmaline, and Ammonite Fossils.
We created The Seaside Collection to combat Seasonal Affective Disorder, and the negative energy that surrounds this form of depression. The high energy crystals of the The Seaside Collection encourage us to revisit hobbies that make us happy with stones like Amethyst, Pyrite, and Rose Quartz.
- Balances Emotions
- Stimulates Creative Energy
The Opalized Ammonite fossils remind us to enjoy all of the beauty that life has to offer, and if we are going through hard times to remember that, "the greater the storm, the brighter the rainbow."
Meanwhile, Labradorite helps us through changes, including the changing of the seasons. Labradorite also brings out the positive side of our personality, and keeps our negative side in check.
Even in the cold, winter months, the ocean retains its beauty and splendor. Our hope is that The Seaside Collection will inspire you to see the beauty in each day, even in the cold, winter months. Moreover, that these crystals will encourage you to pursue your happiness, even if that means braving the cold with some extra layers and reconnecting with nature, or restarting an old hobby with a newfound sense of passion.