by Ron & Sue Windred on October 3, 2011

If you are going to be involved in Crystal Healing, whether just for yourself, your family and friends or professionally with clients, you will need to be prepared and to have a clean and amenable space to work in. For this you can set aside an area within your house for this purpose, it could be just a part of a room, or you may be able to set aside a whole room for crystal healing. Or on a more professional level, to have premises set up along clinical lines. In any event these need to be thoroughly clean and well presented.

It should go without saying that this area needs to be regularly cleaned, as in dusted, swept or vacuumed and kept in an orderly and neat fashion. If you are using a massage table or bed for your sessions the covering needs to be changed after each person.

Make sure that your clothing is appropriate and clean and be aware of the effects your perfume or aftershave may have on your client.

In all events this subject is really just a matter of common sense and being aware of the needs of others. You know yourself that if you visited a doctor for example and when you arrived the premises where neat clean and tidy and the place had a professional air about it, you are immediately at ease and comfortable with your choice. However, if the place is dingy, dirty and lacking any sense of professionalism, you would just want to get out and that is probably what you would do.

You could also consider having this area energetically cleansed as well, and this is best achieved by smudging with White Sage or using white sage incense sticksFrankincense Incense resin. Or you can achieve this by burning Frankincense or White Sage Incense Sticks.

And I hope it goes without saying that your crystals have been cleansed as well. This should be done after each use.

© Written by Ron and Sue Windred

Disclaimer: The metaphysical and healing properties outlined in this website are for inspiration and reference. These alleged properties are gathered from writings, books, folklore and various other sources. They are dependent upon the attitude and beliefs of the individual. In no way are they meant to replace diagnosis or treatment by a qualified therapist or physician.

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