What are the primary benefits of crystals?


Among the primary benefits of crystals are that they are decorative, potent, and engaging. They also have magical powers and various properties. They are able to generate, regulate, store, transmit, and transform energy. A Quartz crystal can power a watch or a radio and crystal lasers are being used in surgery. By putting out ‘good vibes’ crystals harmonize the environment and your body. By transferring energy, they cleanse the immediate surroundings and your aura, and also provide protection.

Many crystals, such as Amazonite and Black Tourmaline among others, have a crystalline structure that absorbs energy. This means that the crystal holds onto damaging energies such as electromagnetic ‘smog’ or negative and unfavourable thoughts and counteracts the detrimental effect.

You can programme crystals to generate ‘good vibes’ and radiate them out into your environment. This makes them ideal for enhancing your home, your workplace, or your car.

Crystals can attract love, friendship, prosperity, as well as anything other good things you can imagine into your life. Their ability to focus energy means that they can be drawn on for specific tasks. You can use them to direct healing energy to a point on the body, or even to an emotional blockage.

Crystals may also be used to divine the future and much more. By harnessing their unique beauty, you can change your life. Crystals can bring you everything your heart desires – if you know how to access their power. Regular use of crystals helps to improve your well being, also making you feel good, vital, and empowered.




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Disclaimer: The outlined metaphysical and healing properties in this website are for inspiration and reference. We gather this information and alleged properties from writings, books, folklore and various other sources. They are also dependent upon the attitude and beliefs of the individual. Furthermore they do not replace diagnosis or treatment by a qualified therapist or physician.

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