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Lucky Stones|Crystals for Those Born in the Year of the Monkey

Updated on May 20, 2016

If you are born in the years 1908,1920,1932,1944,1956,1968,1980,1992,2004 you belong to the monkey year which is ninth in the cycle following the Sheep Years, and recur every twelfth year according to the Chinese Calendar

Crystal experts says that those born in the year of the monkey are luckier when they possess crystals or gemstones like:

Black Tourmaline

It is a stone which brings happiness and luck. You have to rub the stone for the energy and luck to materialize.

Obsidian

It is a stone that gives protection for the weak and sensitive heart.

Jet

It provides healing, especially for the liver and heart. Its energy is released if it rubbed in silk and wood. It also keeps out negativity.

Blue Chalcedony

This stone heals and cleanse. It is best to use by mothers, it releases maternal instinct and gives positive energy.

Jade

You can use this stone for protection and guidance. This has been used to attract love and positive energy and wealth.

There is nothing to lose (except your money, of course) if you believe in crystal's effect in your overall luck. You are all free to experiment and decide whether you are going to incorporate them into your personal style. As long as it is not doing evil things to you, go on and splurge on crystals, they make life prettier.

There are some who uses crystal therapy personal medications and healing, to help them eliminate bad vibes and auras, to relax and relieve stress.

Although its capacity to heal is not scientifically proven right, some have experience positive outcome with the crystal therapy.

We may believe or not believe about what gemstones and crystals can do to us. Although it has been use centuries ago by people who believe in it, we should not make it as a sole medications for our illnesses and as a solution to a problem. Let us be cautious about trying this for it could cause more harm than good if not used in conjunction with traditional medical care.

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      Maurice Glaude 

      3 years ago from Mobile, AL

      I meant Black tourmaline for luck. just a correction.

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      Maurice Glaude 

      3 years ago from Mobile, AL

      I didn't know this about those stones being beneficial for us who are born in the year of the Monkey. I never thought of obsidian for luck specifically.

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