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The Best Way To Cleanse Crystals

By Isabelle Morton

Decades ago, people once again became aware that crystals and crystal clusters are effective healing tools. Their capabilities are extensive, especially when they receive proper care. In therapeutic situations, crystals eliminate unwanted energies from the patient’s body and aura. As time passes, unwanted energies pervade both the surface of crystals and their energy field. If not cleansed properly, unwanted energies can impair the crystal’s healing abilities. It’s much like needing to rid your desk of clutter before you can get back to work.

Here are some guidelines for how often to cleanse crystals. Crystal clusters that are used to uplift the vibrations of your home or office should be cleansed each time you dust, or every week or two. Crystal therapy tools should be cleansed after each session in which you use them. Cleansing is essential for three reasons. First, the unwanted energies that crystals may pick up from one patient can be transferred to the next. Second, to protect subsequent patients from this unwanted energy, you as the practitioner might pick it up instead. Finally, if the crystals continue to absorb unwanted energy, it will accumulate on the crystals’ surface and energy field, thus limiting their healing potential.

The good news is that crystals respond particularly well to cleansing. Start by cleansing your healing crystals with water. This will remove the dust and dirt that accumulates on the crystals’ surface. Use running water from your sink only if your tap water is non-chlorinated. You will also need an old toothbrush and some mild soap or detergent. Hold your crystals under the running water, put some detergent on the toothbrush, and brush the crystal surfaces.

Every so often, alternate the temperature of your water between hot and cold. Your crystals may have gathered unwanted energies during therapeutic use, or while they’d been sitting in a room and uplifting its vibrations. The running water’s motion will assist in eliminating these unwanted energies. Let’s say you’re working with treated or chlorinated tap water. Rather than using your faucet, pour some purified water into a pitcher. Clean your crystals with soapy water, but instead of using your tap water, pour the purified water from the pitcher over the crystals.

Once the crystals are physically cleansed, you can also clear their energy field using GEMFormulas Energy Clearing Cleansing Spray. This will eliminate unwanted energies that the energy field may have picked up.

While using soap and running water over your crystals is effective for removing unwanted energies, this method is not effective in clearing electromagnetic radiation (EMR) that the crystals may have picked up from a patient’s body and aura during a therapy session. Crystals can also absorb EMR in environments with high electromagnetic fields. GEMFormulas EMR Protection Clearing Spray was designed to handle this situation. Spray your crystals with this formula to rid them of electromagnetic radiation.

To brighten and lift the crystals’ vibrations even more, finally apply the Diamond Healing Rejuvenating Spray. Diamond spray brings forward information about the crystals’ true purpose, by clearing accumulated energy from their blueprints. Use your intuitive sense to determine how far away from the crystals you should apply the sprays, and also at what angle. The more carefully you customize the spray cleanse, the more effective it will be.

Using GEMFormulas sprays following a soap and water bath on your crystals will leave them energetically cleansed, and allow their maximum healing potential to shine through.

Use following link to view a video demonstration of how to cleanse crystals. Isabelle Morton is the founder of Gemstone Therapy Institute and a worldwide expert on gemstone energy medicine. In the 80′s, Morton revolutionized gemstone therapy and wrote her first book, “Gifts of the Gemstone Guardians,” under the name Ginny Katz, co-authored by Michael Katz.

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Morton, Isabelle "The Best Way To Cleanse Crystals." The Best Way To Cleanse Crystals. 23 Jun. 2010. uberarticles.com. 17 Dec 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/arts-and-entertainment/philosophy/the-best-way-to-cleanse-crystals/>.

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