Crystal Healing – Tips and Techniques for Clear Quartz

by Ron & Sue Windred on April 29, 2013

Crystal Tips and Techniques. This segment looks at practical ways in which you can use the featured stone of the month – Clear Quartz.

  • Decorate your living room or office with a Clear Quartz cluster to bring light and happiness into your living and work space.

Clear Quartz cluster

  • Put Clear Quartz crystals on your desk or at your work station to focus energy and inspiration toward your work.
  • Hold or tape Clear Quartz to any sore parts of your body to ease pain, as it is the ultimate healing crystal.
  • Have a Clear Quartz crystal next to or under your bed to re-energise you while you sleep.
  • Wear Clear Quartz to surround yourself with healing energy and ‘light’.
  • Meditate with Clear Quartz to calm and focus your mind.
  • Use Clear Quartz to balance your chakras.

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Here is a very simple Chakra aligning technique using Clear Quartz:

This can be done standing, sitting, or lying down. Any clear Quartz point may be employed for this, but I find one about the size of my big finger ideal. First cleanse and clear your crystal.

Now point your crystal point at an area just below your feet and slowly draw it up along the centre line of your body ending just past the top of your head. In many cases this is enough to restore balance and harmony. Just tune into your intuition to determine if you need to expand your efforts. If so, reverse direction and follow back down to your feet. The beauty of this is that you can’t really overdo it, so just keep repeating until you sense you are back in good order. Under most normal circumstances though, you should find up and down three times to be sufficient.

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Some people prefer to loop or snake between their chakras and this is quite acceptable also.

© 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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