Help with Addiction

When we think of the word addiction, we often think of a drug addict or alcoholic but addiction can be far more reaching than just drugs or alcohol.


Addiction is the excessive use or abuse and dependency of many substances and stimuli such as:

  • Food
  • Sex
  • Alcohol
  • Smoking
  • Caffeine
  • Sugar
  • Shopping
  • Chocolate
  • and drugs as well as many others.

How do we become addicted?

Addictions can have both physical and psychological dependencies.crystals for addiction to alcoholism

Much addiction, in fact many psychological disorders, have their roots in painful childhood experiences. These experiences are firmly rooted in the subconscious. Then they activate when a trauma or event occurs in our growing years or adulthood.

It is like a switch on a tape recorder that switches itself on, in or around a traumatic event. However in the growing years or adulthood, the consciousness does not know how to handle the eventand turns to escapism to remedy the issue.

That escapism can then turn to excess or abuse. Unless the root matter is not resolved. This the leads to addiction.

According to a study undertaken by the National Academy of Sciences, adolescents and adults are more likely to become addicted to something if they were sexually or physically abused, humiliated, as a child or if their parents themselves were substance abusers.

In recent studies it has been shown that the children of alcoholic parents are four to five times more liable to become alcohol dependent. Compared among those with non-alcoholic parents. The same statistics apply to drug addicted parents and children.

The overwhelming desire to escape the pain of the inner child is so great that we no longer consider the danger of the act.  When the dopamine hit is activated it then reveals whether we are hardwired for addictive tendencies or not.

Hence how some people can drink and not become alcoholics and others cannot.

Some drugs are slightly different. Some have been designed to trigger the dopamine response. Also then over stimulate the neuro transmitters. Which in turn causes an insatiable cycle that leads to physical dependence on the drug.

Crystals help with addiction Energy and Light

We also must consider the whole aspect of Energy and Lighton this addiction phenomenon.

As an Energy worker and Light worker I see people every day who are so shadowed in their darkness. Their addiction that they have lost their connection to Source

This is also a very effective ploy of the dark energies. The longer we can be consumed by our darkness and addictions, our Pineal Gland remains closed. Therefore cannot receive the help we need from the Source.

It is not Source has disconnected from us, rather we have closed our connection to Source in our bid to remain in our addictive behaviour. In our bid to escape.

Have you ever consider the alcoholic or the drug addict. They are out of their heads in fact they are out of their minds. Their Spirit energy is trapped within.They become drones in the dark lord’s army.

It is very difficult to accept that we may have a problem.

Addiction Signs

Reflect on this short list of signs and symptoms

Do you use any of the list below to escape from reality with frequency; such as binge on Food. Coffee. Sweets. Cigarettes. Alcohol. Drugs, Porn or Sex?

  1. Have you ever tried to stop for a week but been unable to do so?
  2. Do you resent the advice of others who express concern about your substance use?
  3. Does it bother you that other people can indulge without having any side effects?
  4. Has your behaviour created problems with work, friends or family?
  5. Do you plan your life around your behaviour?
  6. Are you experiencing financial difficulty due to your behaviour?
  7. Do you go to that place or use your substance when you are disappointed. Maybe depressed or going through a difficult time?
  8. Has your sexual ability or desire suffered from your behaviour?
  9. Are you concerned that if you stop your behaviour you will have no fun or excitement in life?
  10. Have you ever stolen money or goods to support your habit?
  11. Do you have regrets or remorse about your behaviour?
  12. Do you really want to change?

How many questions did you answer yes to?

Whilst in this dark place it is impossible to have rationale thinking. But if you were to go deep down inside, and listen to your heart, you would know if you have a behavioural issue in relation to substance abuse or behaviour abuse.

Make the change for you today and do something about it now, while you can.

Crystals for Healing Addiction.

You should use Crystals as a compliment for healing to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.

Crystals can help in this regard and, in this situation we need a full balance of our system and so a Chakra Bracelet or Necklace will be helpful. There are 7 excellent different stones which are ideal for this situation. It assists a positive mind and intention is required and, of course, support.

In addition place a few Crystals under your pillow or by your bedside, as well as carrying on the body in tumbled or jewellery.

types of crystals that can help with addiction


Perfect for relieving the physical, emotional and psychological pain and great for protection; as well as transmuting and removing negative energy.


Amethysts Keyring

Lapis Lazuli

Self- Discovery, Self-Honesty and Self- Control. Allowing you to trust yourself and in turn, trusting the Universal Energy and direction.


Releases toxins and purifies the physical body. Works to release guilt, obsessions, and promotes listening to inner truth and guidance; makes one aware of peer pressure. Peridot will assist in breaking self- destructive habits and patterns, and assist in making necessary changes for personal growth and well-being.


The stone of self-esteem and self-confidence which removes self- destructive tendencies. Citrine will allow you to accept constructive criticism without anger. Promoting joy by releasing negative thoughts.

Tigers Eye

Restoring present moment living; restoring strength, courage and vitality. Tigers Eye is the stone of change and allows us to accept things as they are and gives courage to make the changes necessary.


Dissolves ingrained emotional behavioural patterns that no longer serve your highest good, allowing you to break through self-induced unconscious self-sabotage. Garnet will hold you to the Earth and ground you through your process.

Each of these Crystals are suitable for the physical detox as well as the emotional balance.

Make your own Crystal necklace to beat addiction


Can crystals help you overcome Alcoholism

Before you are able to beat anything you need to have a clear plan set out on how you are going to overcome your demon. So firstly you need a support network. A support network is who is going to be there for you no matter what time of day or night. Now your support network can be friends, family, even strangers.

They may have been in the same position as you or are still in the same position. You need to be able to access support when ever you feel you need it, so you can do this in many of ways. In person, via a phone call, text, email or the internet. Once your support network is set up and you are all in the same mind set, which is to beat alcoholism. Then you can then structure your plan together of which steps your going to take to get to your end goal which is to be free from alcohol.


To have a plan or a strategy to follow makes reaching your goal a little bit easier. With a plan or strategy make each step small and easy to complete. This way it will feel as you are making progress rather than feeling like giving up because your trying to do to much at once. As time goes on you will feel so much more head strong and determined to get to your goal. Eventually you maybe able to help others to beat alcoholism.


Strategies which may help you

So can crystals help you beat alcoholism? There is a myth, and here is why.

Crystals come in a necklace or bracelet form which you are to wear through out your journey to beat alcoholism. You may ask why or how a bracelet or necklace is going to help you overcome alcoholism. Well wearing the crystal bracelet or necklace will give you positive energy to get your inner self focused and mind set on beating alcoholism. The crystals will give off positive vibes keeping you relaxed and calm, giving you the energy to concentrate on over coming alcoholism. Beating alcoholism with the help of crystals will help you achieve a better version of your self.

As time goes on you should start to feel more uplifted and have a much more healthy attitude to life. Wearing the bracelet the whole time is then a permanent physical representation that you need to make changes to your life. Each stone upon the necklace or bracelet has a specific healing mechanism to help you transform your self. Making you pursue healthier, more  positive habits and hobbies.

Once you have beat alcoholism with the crystals, there are further stones you can ware as a reminder of how far you have come. The additional  crystals will keep your positive uplifting vibes. You may be then in a place to help others over come alcoholism and be a part of their support network. View our range of crystal bracelets.


Helping Others Addicts After Your Recovery

Once you realise the power of crystals and the help they gave to quell your addiction you will be in a place to help others. You may ask why should I help other addicts now I am cured. Well if you have an addictive nature you will never ever truly be cure. Many people beat one addiction only to gradually slide into another addiction. This could be addicted to food for example. By helping others with the crystals to over come addiction it reinforces your positive experiences.

Addiction to food can be overcome using the same methodology. The calming effect of the crystals give you the engird to beat the addiction. Always keep your crystals with you, help others that are in need.  Be a better you.

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I hope you found this helpful. If you would like any further information, please contact me.

– David Ellis