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How to Charge Crystals for Healing

Saturday, 26 February 2011 10:03

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Some people hang crystals in their windows to enjoy the reflections created by sunlight. Others believe crystals absorb and reflect energy and use them to create positive life changes and banish negative traits. Here's how to charge crystals and put the energy of crystals to work for yourself or a friend. crystalcleansing

Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Instructions

1. Leave the crystal in a windowsill for a few hours to charge it with energy from the sun. Use this crystal when you want to feel restored and have better stamina.

2. Place your crystal outside or on the windowsill of an opened window when the moon is full to charge it with energies for achieving goals. If you're ready for a fresh start or seek more of something, such as love or money, charge the crystal under a waxing moon. A waning moon will charge your crystal properly if you need less of something, such as debts or a physical ailment.

3.Gather strength to endure a crisis by burying and charging your crystal in a garden or a flowerpot filled with garden soil for a few hours. This is also a good way to charge crystals for healing when you want to get rid of negative energies, like jealousy or greed.

4.Pass a burning incense stick across your crystal to charge it for better communication skills or a deeper understanding of others. Sage, bergamot and cedar are good choices for this purpose.

Important! After charging crystals for healing and in between uses, keep the energy pure by placing them in a wrap or bag made of a soft material, like silk or satin.


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+1 #1 Helen Brathwaite 2011-09-18 01:12
Thanks for the very informative information about charging and caring for your crystals.

Helen
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