I’m often asked what are good crystals to protect you from the computer and EMR (electromagnetic radiation) and the flicker of the computer screen. I see lots of conflicting advice being given on this so hopefully, we can clear some stuff up here.

You may be saying to yourself right now…”What’s so bad about EMR?”

Quick & dirty, short & sweet:…it increases our levels of adrenaline & cortisol, severely decreasing our dopamine levels… in other words: No Bueno! We don’t want that for prolonged periods of time. It ends up being very bad for our overall health.

Now, I like to back up my crystal advice with scientific reasoning whenever possible.

And that being said, I also advocate for doing whatever you’re intuitively drawn to do first since that’s what’s going to work best for you.

My recommendations for specific crystals to protect from the computer and help counteract EMR:

Rule #1 (it’s my only rule here…just getting dramatic): No silicates (like quartz, lepidolite, fluorite, etc., crystals that contain silicon dioxide SiO2) Why? B/c silicates easily move into resonance with EMR. It’s exactly why they’re used in tech. all the time! They don’t call is Silicon Valley for nada. Makes sense, right? Right-o!

So what crystals should you use?

I feel the BEST stones are going to be the ones with iron & magnetic properties, aka ferromagnetic stones. They’re great to prop up in an EMR field b/c they help restructure the energy in these areas, making it less harmful to you.

Good examples of ferromagnetic stones are:

  1. lodestone (magnetic magnetite)…CAUTION to not put this 1 too close to your electronics as it can delete some hard drives.
  2. hematite (not the fake magnetic kind!)
  3. pyrite

These stones also happen to be great grounding stones too! I have a whole theory about that & teach about it in my Creating Sacred Space and Self Protection Using Crystals On-Demand Class. 🙂

BUT, the best thing is to get up & get away from the computer for a bit. Get barefoot & go outside & do some Earthing. So that said….I’m outta here. See ya later Twinkle Toes!



P.S. If this sort of thing interests you, I teach about this concept more in-depth plus many other topics in that On-Demand Class. You’ll really enjoy it! If you have other tips for us or questions, please share in the comments below. And if you feel others might like to know about this, please use the FB or Tweet buttons and share it on. 🙂