Healing Through Balance

Bringing Balance to the Mind, Body, and Spirit

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Crystal Grids

There are very few “rules” with regard to grids. Grids can be used for just about anything you feel a need to use them for. They can be of any size or shape and any sort of crystals can be used. The two main things to consider when setting up a grid are the space needed and what center stone to use … the center stone is more important as it directs the energy flow within the grid.

If you’re in tune enough with the energies of crystals, just sitting quietly and thinking about what you want to accomplish should bring one or more to mind pretty quickly. If you aren’t comfortable trusting yourself yet, you can always look up the issue or stone properties in order to choose which crystals to use.

The basic idea is to set out one or more type of crystal in the grid pattern with a center “master stone” to orchestrate the energy flow. The center stone needs to be programmed with the intent of the grid. The outer stones can be programmed as well, but it isn’t necessary. To program a stone, sit quietly with it in your hands and visualize the outcome you want from the grid. You can also give it clear directions regarding the specific flow of energy in the grid if desired (I’ve done this with healing grids placed for my fish tanks and it works well).

Once the grid is “up and running”, you may find that after a few days something seems “off”. It could be that the stones are just worn out and need to be replaced. You may also need to swap them out with different stones to complete the task. In my experience, this is common with healing grids. Someone once described it to me like this: When you visit the doctor, they may give you an antibiotic to get rid of an infection. But once the infection is gone, there may be other issues present that need to be resolved, perhaps an upset stomach. By changing out the crystals, a new set can help complete the secondary healing … but the center crystal will remain with it’s original programming. You just give it a quick “update” when you place the new set.

To set up a grid for healing or protection, I find it works best to lay the stones out on the perimeter of the area you’ll be working with. As an example, for a protection grid on a house or apartment you could place stones in the extreme corners of the property with the center stone next to an interior wall (where it won’t be disturbed). A grid for healing or to aid with sleep can be laid out around your bed with the center stone underneath the middle of the bed.

You can also use grids to help companion animals with healing.  Some animals are better than others at sitting or lying still and those that will tolerate just hanging-out can be helped by sitting in the middle of a grid for short periods of time.  They can also be fed a drop or two of a crystal elixir (but don’t use alcohol as a preservative if you intend to give it to a pet) either directly or in their food or water.

When it’s not practical to set up a large grid, a small grid on a table will work. These are especially useful when you are doing a grid for someone else, but the grid will be in your space. As I said earlier, there really aren’t any hard and fast rules and whatever feels right to you will be effective.

While a single type of stone can be used, I usually end up using at least two different types. And I prefer clear quartz as the center stone because it plays well with all the others and accepts programming very quickly. Just start with a “clean” set of stones (cleansing them of previous energies if needed) and make sure the space where you are setting up the grid has been cleared as well. I like to smudge with sage because it’s quick, easy, and very effective.

Once everything is ready, place the outer stones, program the center stone with the intent of the grid, and then place the center stone. It’s not unusual to feel a small electric charge when you place the center stone. I’ve had that happen with every grid I’ve set up. I’m including some pictures of a few grids to show what it is I’ve been rambling on about. 😉

This is an example of a healing grid. Green fluorite is a wonderful stone for healing. Rose quartz is the stone of universal love. It’s a great stone to add in healing grids as it will add some wonderfully soothing energy to the mix. The center stone here is a double terminated clear quartz. I like using the double terminated crystals because they allow the energy to flow through them in either direction.

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This next grid is one I might set up if I wanted to get rid of a block and increase my personal or creative energy. The zincite is awesome at getting rid of energy blockages and carnelian is a terrific stone for bringing in energy either physically or for creative purposes. Again I’ve used the double terminated quartz here.

Fire_Grid

I don’t usually use a grid for meditating, but if I were going to I’d do something like this. Celestite is a great stone for communicating with guides or angels (for those who work with them) and it helps to clear the aura too. Aqua aura is an excellent communication stone and can help focus intense energies. For this grid I’ve used a clear quartz pyramid to collect and focus the energy of the grid. I’ve also added some small selenite spars to enhance the effect of the aqua aura stones.

Meditation_Grid

Next up is an elemental grid. This sort of grid would be useful during ritual or working with the elements during meditation. It might also be something someone might keep on a permanent altar. In addition to the stones for each element, I’ve added some small clear quartz points to allow the grid energy to flow in all directions.

Element_Grid

This last grid is one that I keep on my water altar. These seven rhodizite stones came to me as a set. The woman I got them from said she couldn’t separate them and they definitely want to be together. Although these stones are tiny (the large one in the center is maybe 3mm in diameter) they pack a huge punch. They have an extremely high vibration rate and clear out all sorts of blockages. Since that particular altar is near the center of the house, these little guys help maintain a calm environment for everyone in the house.

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Water


Energy and Water

In the world there is nothing more submissive and weak than water.
Yet for attacking that which is hard and strong nothing can surpass it.
Lao Tzu

Water is an awesome medium to work with.   You can infuse it with herbs (either in a tea or a decoction), add crystal energies to it and make an elixir, cleanse with it (both physically and energetically), drink it, cook with it, and make all sorts of concoctions with it.  I think it’s probably the most versatile liquid available to us.

Water is a unique liquid because it will take on the properties of whatever energies it is exposed to … it basically imprints the energetic signature of whatever it comes into contact with.  This is the premise behind homeopathic remedies and crystal elixirs.  But there doesn’t need to be direct physical contact with any particular substance … intention, thoughts, and even Reiki can provide the energy to be held by the water.

Dr. Masaru Emoto did a lot of work with water and energy and has come up with some amazing pictures of water crystals.  He’s recorded the different crystals that form as it begins to freeze and has shown that loving or happy thoughts or uplifting music produces gorgeous crystals while negative or angry thought creates a jumbled mass but no crystals.  (Very interesting stuff … if you’re interested in checking out his work you can do a web search for “Messages in Water”)  The work that Dr. Emoto did is important because it shows that we can “store” energies in water.  Sometimes those energies come from the medicinal properties of plants or the metaphysical properties of crystals, sometimes pure energy is directed into the water.

So why does all this matter?  Because we are exposed to, and use, water all the time and we can make use of its properties to assist us in creating an energetic balance.  One of the things I’ve found about water is that when bottled, the energy of water from a natural source is intensified.  I have some waters that I’ve collected over the years from lakes, springs, creeks, and rivers up near Mount Shasta and just like the source waters, each of these bottled samples have very distinct but different energies.  But because they are contained, they are more potent than the source waters I collected them from.  This actually works in our favor because we can take plain water (from the tap, a well, or a bottle) and add just a little of the collected waters … and that little bit will imprint on the plain water we started with.

I’m not sure how clear that is (and can’t come up with anything better right now!) so I’ll give an example:  when our house gets to feeling really crummy and stale I’ll smudge the house, then I take one of my Shasta waters and add some of it to plain bottled water in a sprayer bottle (I don’t like to use the tap water here due to the amount of chlorine and chloramine added to it).  Then I add a few drops of essential oils and just spray it around the house.  I love using citrus scents with the “happy” waters to perk things up; or lavender and “peaceful” waters to calm things down.  I’ve even added some water from Medicine Lake to tinctures I’ve made to boost their healing properties.

Water also helps us remove negative energy from our personal energetic fields.  Ever wonder why you feel better after a shower or bath?  Of course it feels good to get physically clean, but there’s more to it than just cleansing physically … the water really does remove negative energy from our aura.  If you like to soak in the tub, add some salt (sea salts and epsom salts will work but I prefer to use pink Himalayan salts) to help detox your skin in addition to physically cleansing and removing negative energy.  You can also add herbs or essential oils to enhance your mood too.

The possibilities truly are endless here.  If you have any special places you like to hang out that have a lake or other water source, try bottling some and see if using it at home brings back the feelings you get when visiting that special place.  Even if you don’t want to find or collect special waters, you can still be mindful of how water can help maintain balance in your life.  So get creative, and make use of this wonderful resource!

 

© Copyright dragonfae and Healing Through Balance, LLC 2011-2014

Energy Field


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Shielding Your Energy

With all the tense and crazy energies floating around right now I’ve noticed a lot of people reacting by sending out aggressive or negative energy toward others.  Many are not aware that some of these energies can become trapped within our etheric body, adding the potential for blockages in our energy field to occur.

So how do you go about your day while trying to avoid picking up unwanted energies?   When I would pick up unwanted energies in the past I’d frequently get thrown for a loop … until I’d learned enough to devise some strategies to not only get rid of these unwanted energies, but to defend against picking them up in the first place.  One of the methods I use to prevent picking up “gunk” is energetic shielding.

When needed, I have a little routine I follow to clear out any crummy energies I may have picked up during the day and repair the energetic shields I use to help protect myself from the worst of the negativity I run across. It occurred to me that others (who may be unfamiliar with shielding) might benefit from the concept so I decided to put something together explaining the process.

I’ve talked about chakras briefly before … the seven well known chakras are those that “connect” our physical bodies to our emotional/subtle bodies and the world we live in.  In addition to our chakras each of us has an aura, or personal energy field, and both are susceptible to the influences of energies outside ourselves.  When a negative or harmful energy is held either in a chakra or our auric field it causes a stagnation or blockage of the energy flow and may manifest as physical or emotional problems.

For me, working with energies directly (grounding, keeping the chakras clear, creating grids, or practicing Reiki) does a really good job of keeping the energy flowing like it should. But then there are the external influences … and a lot of what I’ve had to deal with in the past was people at work, ticked off for one reason or another, oozing negative energy. So I started shielding heavily when I was out and about.

I start off doing a grounding session to clear out negative energies and bring in positive energies (I did a post on grounding here:  Grounding).  I also clear out and balance my chakras (that post is here:  Balancing Your Chakras).  Once that’s done, and sometimes it takes a little while if I have any blocked areas, I move on to shielding.

Shielding is basically just telling your energetic body how to protect itself from different types of external energies. I use visualization to “set” my shields, but it can also be done by drawing a representation of yourself, with a representation of your shield surrounding “you” on paper. A shield can be used to set the mood of your energetic body (sort of like curling up in a favorite blanket), to fend off negative energy, or even to project your energy in a particular manner.

Some of the energetic shields that I’ve used:

  • Colored light – colors can be associated with mood or personality attributes. I like to use a multicolored shield close to my energetic body to soothe and “set the tone” for my day. Some color associations: blue=good communication or calm, green=healing, pink=calm/love, purple=power, yellow=thought/expression, red=passion, orange=creation.
  • Mylar/one way “glass” – this works like a filter. Just as mylar filters sunlight through a window, this shield filters energy … it blocks what you don’t want to get through, but lets through everything else.
  • “Armor” – as the name implies, this shield completely blocks everything it’s programmed to keep out.
  • Crystals – I often use a layer of crystals to “tune” chaotic energies, harmonizing them to the loving energies in the universe. Crystal colors or attributes can also be used to fine tune the intent of this shield.
  • “Superball” – remember superballs? Hard little balls that bounce really high? I use a shield layer that acts just like that. It repels negative or harmful energies by “bouncing” them away from me.  (this is one of my favorites!)
  • Mirrors – similar to the mylar, but this doesn’t let as much in. It can also be used to reflect energies back to whomever sent them. Using colored mirrors reflects the energies away, but tempers them. I like to use pink to reflect negative energies back to the initiator with calm, loving energy (this really confuses some people if they are being super negative). This shield can be either a solid mirror or oodles of tiny mirrors, like a disco ball.
  • “Bird Whackers” – we call these “Pigeon Whackers” here … they are all over the bill boards here and are used to keep birds from roosting on them. I use this shield to fling negative energies away from me.
  • Electrical/Lightning – I visualize this shield like a Tesla ball. You know, those novelty thingys that look like lightning inside and you run your hand around the outside and the electricity follows? Except I use this to zap negative energies.
  • Firebricks – not sure what else to call these. I see them as ceramic “bricks” that catch and burn up negative energy.

These are just a few of the shields I’ve used.  There is no right or wrong type and anything your imagination comes up with will work.  Once you know what you want your shield to look like and how you want it to perform, either visualize or draw the shield surrounding your body and be clear with your intention for what the shield should do.

You can also layer shields.  When things would get really bad at work, I’d frequently use 6 or 7 layers, each with a slightly different purpose.  It made a huge difference for me in my daily activities.

If you’re a little too stressed or just get easily aggravated by your “normal” day, give a shield or two a try and see if it makes a difference for you.

© Copyright dragonfae and Healing Through Balance, LLC 2011-2014

Herbal tincture


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Making Medicine with Herbs

Since I’m currently making up some tinctures for use at home, I thought I’d share a little of my foray into herbal medicine making.

I began concocting alternatives to lab-created medications because neither hubby nor I want to use them even semi-regularly, for a variety of reasons.  Capsules containing powdered herbs work pretty well, but they take some time to work and some even need to build up in your system to be really effective.  Extracts and tinctures draw out the active constituents from the plants and work relatively quickly.  (a single herbal solution is usually referred to as an extract and multiple herbs in solution is referred to as a tincture)

Between the capsules and the tinctures, both hubby and I have ditched just about all the lab created medications … and no more side effects.  Not an insignificant feat when you look at the statistics on how many medications the average 50 or 60 year old adult takes daily.

Anyway … all you need is a suitable container, some 80 or 100 proof vodka (and the cheap stuff works just fine), and whatever herbs you decide to use.  I only use herbs that are certified organic (I get most of mine online from Mountain Rose Herbs).  The alcohol acts as a solvent and extracts the medicinal properties of the herbs.  For children or pets, you can use vegetable glycerin (instead of vodka) as the solvent, but the “cooking time” will need to be increased.  I’ve not tried a glycerin tincture so I don’t know how well it will work for roots, barks, or seeds but I’ve found references that say it works well for leaves and flowers.

The basic tincture recipe is to add at least 2 tablespoons of crushed/cut/ground herbs to each 5 ounces of solvent … some folks insist that you must use much more herbal material but this is the minimum to get enough of the medicinal constituents extracted into the solvent.

It’s important to crush, cut, or grind (very coarse) the herbs first … I like to use a coffee or spice grinder dedicated to grinding herbs.  Place the herbs in a jar or bottle and then fill with solvent.  Dark colored bottles/jars (to keep light out) are preferable.  I use 16 oz cobalt blue Boston Round bottles.

Shake the container at least once a day for three to four weeks for alcohol tinctures and for six to eight weeks for glycerin (or longer … the longer the tincture sits, the stronger it will be).  When it’s done, use cheesecloth and/or a fine strainer (I use both) to strain out the solid material, squeezing the herbs to get as much of the solution out as possible.  The tincture is ready to use right away and will be good for at least 2 years.

A two ounce bottle with a dropper top is perfect to use for dispensing the tincture (I also use cobalt blue bottles for this).  Just take about 1 teaspoon (4-5 droppers full if using the dropper bottles) when needed and you can pretty much take as often as you need during the day, though I’ve never had to take more than 4 doses.  I prefer to add a small bit of tea (about an ounce or so) and follow with more tea to avoid the taste of some of the tinctures.

Here are some of the “recipes” I make:

Antihistamine

1 part Horehound
1 part Heather Flower
1 part Honeysuckle Flower

Cough

2 parts Marshmallow Root
1 part Rosehips
1 part Lungwort

Decongestant

1 part Nettle Root
1 part Fennel Seed
1 part Echinacea Angustifolia  (E Purpurea will work, but E Angustifolia is best)

Headache/Pain Relief

2 parts White Willow Bark  (do not use if allergic to aspirin)
1 part Feverfew  (thins the blood … do not use with blood thinning medication)
2 parts Ginger Root

Hypertension Prevention

1 part Hibiscus Flowers
1 part Cat’s Claw Bark
1 part Chicory Root

Immune Booster

2 parts Elderberries
1 part Rosehips
1 part Goldenseal Root

Indigestion

1 part Peppermint Leaf
1 part Ginger
1 part Chamomile  (may cause a reaction in those allergic to ragweed)

Menopause Relief

1 part Black Cohosh Root
1 part Chasteberry
1 part Red Clover Flowers
1 part Shatavari Root
1 part Fo Ti Root
1 part Dong Quai Root
1 part Wild Yam Root

Prostate Support

1 part Saw Palmetto
1 part Pygeum Root
1 part Yellow Dock Root

Relax/Sleep

2 parts Chamomile  (may cause a reaction in those allergic to ragweed)
1 part Skullcap
1 part Wild Lettuce

Super Detox

2 parts Hydrangea Root  (or 1 part Milk Thistle + 1 part Turmeric Root … but Hydrangea is more potent)
1 part Sarsaparilla (Indian variety, not Jamaican)
1 part Dandelion Root
1 part Honeysuckle Flower
1 part Echinacea Angustifola  (E Purpurea will work, but E Angustifolia is best)

If you choose to create tinctures of your own make sure to do your research.  I’ve spent hours researching what herbs to use for specific conditions and some of the recipes I’ve settled on had a lot of trial and error involved.  If you don’t already have herbal references I strongly recommend that you either purchase some or at least borrow them from your local library.

Herbs are wonderful and you can make some very effective medicinals with them.  But they can also be dangerous if you don’t do the research first … many plants that are used medicinally have parts that contain substances toxic to humans or animals.  Just because it came from a plant doesn’t make it safe … and just because it’s safe for one animal (or humans) doesn’t mean it’s safe for another.

 

For Educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by any medical authority or
the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

© Copyright dragonfae and Healing Through Balance, LLC 2011-2014

Crystals


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Crystals: Use and Care

Do you love crystals but aren’t sure what to do with them?  Or perhaps you’re just curious and don’t know much about them? I have a page listed in the menu under the header photo where I briefly discuss some of the properties of commonly available crystals but here I want to discuss some of their uses and how to care for them.

I’ve literally got hundreds of crystals sitting around my house … almost every horizontal surface of the house (except the floor, bed, and kitchen table/counters of course) has crystals on it. Most of the time they sit there, happily sending out their soothing energies, but we do put them to specific use from time to time.

In addition to the spheres, clusters, pyramids, and other shapes we have here, I work beads made from these crystals into jewelry, car charms, window hangings, and other baubles.  I have crystals in my office too.  Now they’re used to help with my Reiki sessions, but even when I had an engineering job I was surrounded by them.

Using crystals:

So what can crystals be used for?  Honestly, just about anything.  Here are some of the things I do with crystals:

  • Carry them to benefit from their energy all day.  Chose one or more small stones to help with a particular issue and place them in a small bag.  It doesn’t matter what the bag is made of … I’ve used organza, velvet, linen, and cotton.  You can then carry the bag with you or place it somewhere appropriate.  I have one in my truck for protection from accidents.  I put it together after I was rear-ended a number of years ago and haven’t had even a close call since … and that’s no small feat the way some people here in Southern California drive!
  • “Worry stones” … these are small, flat stones that can be carried or just held.  They usually have one surface that is slightly concave that’s perfect for rubbing with a thumb.  As the name implies, when you’re stressed or worried you simply hold the stone and rub away to your heart’s content.  It helps get rid of some excess energy and the contact with the stone is soothing.
  • Wear them as jewelry.  The great thing about incorporating crystals into jewelry is that you can mix and match to suit your needs for each day, just wear something to help deflect negative energies, or to help keep your chakras clear and balanced.
  • Hang them near your doors and windows to help prevent negative energies from entering your home.  I didn’t know this when I first decided to hang some crystals in my windows and doorways, but there are some cultures (I know of a few Native American tribes for sure) that will use crystal helpers to keep negative energies from entering the living space by placing them in openings.
  • Meditate with them.  There are a number of ways to meditate with crystals.  The easiest is to just hold or sit with (or near) a crystal or two.  Any stone can be a helper, but I find that either a stone to help calm the mind or one that helps to connect with other energies in the Universe are particularly beneficial in meditation.
  • They can be a fabulous scrying tool … just staring into the crystal and getting lost in the internal fractures and planes allows the logical side of the brain to focus while letting the subconscious side have a chance to tell us more directly (at least more than it does with dreams) what we need to know.
  • You can also “interview” a crystal by sitting with it and asking it questions.  No, they don’t really “talk” to us, but most people can glean impressions that feel like emotions that don’t belong to us.  Even my hubby (who claims to be completely oblivious to any energies) can frequently get a “feel” for gender or age from a crystal.  For those used to dealing with higher vibration energies, a vision or brief scenes from the crystal’s past may come through.
  • If you are into baths (as opposed to showers, I’m not suggesting anyone go without bathing!) you can take a stone in with you (assuming it is a stone that can tolerate water).  The water will actually pick up the energy patterns of the stone and amplify it.  Use caution though … I once dragged a clear quartz sphere into the tub with me and ended up so amped I was bouncing off the walls for 4 hours!  Oops
  • Chase away the “electronic smog” generated by televisions and computer screens.  I set out unakite and covelite in front of any television or computer I will be around … both are wonderful at deflecting and absorbing the excess energies radiated by all types of screens.
  • In addition to jewelry for humans, crystal beads lend themselves perfectly to hanging on a pet’s collar … or even making a collar from them for your cat or dog.  When we had a dog going through (and recuperating from) radiation therapy, I made her a “collar” of bloodstone, carnelian, and smoky quartz to help dissipate the effects of the radiation.  Just as with people, the uses of crystals for pets is pretty much limitless and whether one or two crystals are hung from the collar or a whole collar is made, the animals benefit from the crystal energies just like we do.

Crystals that are especially helpful:

On one of our vacations I decided that I needed to set aside some crystals as an “Emergency Kit”. I have them in a craft box as it’s handy storage (and easy to grab) so I can take them with us when we travel since I don’t have access to all those I keep at home when we’re on vacation.  I chose the stones listed below because they pretty much cover a wide range of ailments and emotional issues. Most are pretty easy to find and all that is needed are one or two of the small tumbled pieces.  A small reference book, like Judy Hall’s “The Crystal Bible” to keep with it is helpful too.

Crystal “First-Aid Kit”:

Amegreen Dumortierite Pink Chalcedony
Amethyst Flourite Prassiolite
Astrophylite Garnet Quantum Quatro Silica
Azurite Green Heulandite Quartz
Blue Aragonite Infinite Rainbow Moonstone
Blue Tiger Eye Kunzite Red Tiger Eye
Blue Pietersite Labradorite Snowflake Obsidian
Bronzite Larvikite Sodalite
Carnelian Magnesite Sphene
Celestite Melody’s Stone Stichtite
Charoite Moldavite Sugilite
Citrine Ocean Jasper Sunstone
Danburite Obsidian Tiger Eye (gold)
Dravite Turquoise

Charging crystals:

When giving a crystal a specific “job”, it’s helpful to first charge the crystal with that intent(some people call it programming).    Just sit with a calm mind while holding the crystal.  Next, visualize or think about what you want the crystal to do for you.  I know that sounds pretty simple, but it really is that easy.  The crystals are very good at picking up on our energetic signature and thoughts modify our energy in a manner they can interpret.  Once they’re ready to go, just put them to work.

Cleansing crystals:

When crystals are used for a specific purpose, in many cases they will need to be cleansed periodically to get rid of negative energies they’ve collected.  And it’s usually a good idea to cleanse new crystals when we bring them home.  This isn’t always the case though, so if it makes you feel uncomfortable thinking about cleansing a crystal, don’t worry about it … the stone may not need to be cleansed.  Some stones (like quartz, black tourmaline, and turquoise) never need cleansing.  There are a number of ways stones can be cleansed:

  • Hold the stone under running water
  • Soak the stone in salt water for a little while
  • Set the stone on a quartz cluster for at least a day
  • Leave the stone sitting in the light of a full moon overnight
  • Bury the stone for at least a week
  • Smudge the stone using sage or incense

Not all of these methods are appropriate for all stones, so make sure and check if there is any question … especially with regard to water.  Angelite, selenite, malachite, and sunstone should never be held under running water nor soaked in salt water (or fresh water) and another method should be chosen for those stones.  Ideally you can interpret what the stone wants and give it what it needs.  Trust yourself … if it “feels right” it probably is.

Recommended Reading:

If you’re wanting additional (and a lot more detailed) information, these are books that I highly recommend:

The Crystal Bible, The Crystal Bible 2, and The Crystal Bible 3 by Judy Hall
The Book of Stones by Robert Simmons and Naisha Ahsian
Love is in the Earth by Melody and Julianne Guilbault

 

I’ll do another post or two on some additional crystal uses.  For now though, I hope I’ve given enough information to at least let folks get comfortable working with crystals.  They really are marvelous helpers.

For Educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by any medical authority or
the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
 

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