How do crystals work? – Graham Baird – Courtney Violetta

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Many crystals have signature shapes— like the cascade of pointed quartz or a pile of galena cubes. Every crystal’s atoms have a defining feature: their organized, repeating pattern. The pattern isn’t restricted to minerals- sand, ice, metals and DNA also have crystalline structures. So what causes them to grow into these shapes again and again? Graham Baird dives into the unique properties of crystals.

Literally speaking, the word “chakra” from Sanskrit translates to “wheel” or “disk,” but references a spiritual energy center within the human body. … “Within these chakras is ‘prana,’ or the ultimate pure healing energy, that’s all around us and within us, to keep us healthy, happy and vibrant.”

How do you use chakra crystals?

There are several ways to use the stones in everyday life. Here are some examples:

  1. Wear the stones as jewellery over the chakra locations.
  2. Meditate with the stones.
  3. Keep a stone in your pocket or on your person.
  4. Add them to your bath water.
  5. Sleep with the stone under your pillow or next to your bed.

Where should you keep your healing crystals? If you can, keep them near windows or plants so they can absorb this natural healing energy. Otherwise, place the stones around your home, office, or other space in a way that aligns with your intentions.

CRYSTALS: How Crystals Work and Their Meanings

In my opinion, crystals are some of the most beautiful forms of matter in this world.I collect crystals not only for their beauty, but because of the intense energy that I feel while holding them. If you can’t feel a crystal’s energy, I talk about and show you pictures of some crystals energy fields! These energy fields interact with our own, causing a shift in energy (that energy could be manifested through pain or ailments). Whether you believe in Crystal Healing or not, we can all simply agree that they are extremely beautiful!

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