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Hi Whiteeagle,

 

I guess anger stones are more practical because we can feel bursts of anger and the use of a tool to ground it can be handy. To me, sadness is better handled by looking for the causes and try to work on them.

 

But to answer your question, you can use a stone the same way for multiple purposes, it's just that some will be more effective than others.

 

Ralph

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The question came to me was this a reflection of self onto others or a projection of self onto others? What is the difference between reflection and projection? How does one recognize these and should one try and control what seems to be so automatic, does this comes from the physical mind or the consciousness of beingness?

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