How Does Crystal Healing Work?

by Ron & Sue Windred on May 30, 2014

Healing with crystals is something that everyone can do and it’s convenient, easy and inexpensive to do.

Fundamentally we are an energy being and energy is the essence of the human body.  Each type of crystal has its own specific kind of energy that vibrates at a particular rate.  When you work with crystals, you essentially blend the energy vibration of the crystal(s) with your own energy vibration, which balances, transforms and/or amplifies the vibrational frequency or energy within your body.  This allows the crystals to help rebalance and re-energize your body on all levels; physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.

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Each variety of crystal emits a specific vibration and radiates a particular type of energy that corresponds to and works with the energies of a specific area of the body or with a specific ailment.

To effectively work with crystals, all you simply need to do is to hold them in your hand, or bring them into contact with the appropriate part of your body or energy field, or be around them by placing them somewhere nearby.  Of course, there are also specific techniques, layouts and exercises you can do to augment the healing effects of your crystals.

An important thing you should keep in mind is that your crystals should be cleansed fairly regularly. Crystals, as well as radiating healing energy also absorb negative energies.  Over time your crystals can absorb so much negative energy that they become blocked, weakening the crystal’s natural healing effect.  Cleansing releases the negative energy and recharges the stone, returning its healing power.

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© 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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