Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Crystals – Healing stones or just rocks?

Via The Waking Times, 5 November 2014

 It is easy to be skeptical about crystals’ healing abilities, but one should just turn to science and technology to see proof that crystals affect the outside world. Crystals are used in: silicon, which is used in all computers and mobile phones; liquid crystal display, commonly known as LCDs; quartz, a silicate material used in watches and clocks to stabilize the flow of energy; and crystals, specifically rubies, were used in the first lasers. When you consider all of these applications, the effect of crystals on outside energies is unquestionable.

Why are crystals so powerful? Dr. Kelly Neff explains:

“Crystals are millions of years old, forged during the earliest parts of earth’s formation. They are the most orderly structure that exists in nature, meaning they have the lowest amount of entropy (a measurement for disorder). Crystals are structured in such a way that they respond to the inputs of all different energies around them, leading them to oscillate and emit specific vibratory frequencies. Because the crystal lattice is so balanced and orderly, the energy it emits is consistent, and when dissonant energy is inputted, it is balanced and transformed into a harmonic energy.” (source)

So why are people so skeptical about the affects that  crystals have on the human body? Although it is not something that can be scientifically proven, people claim that crystals can alleviate stress, boost creativity, cure disease and raise levels of consciousness. In the video below, which explains how you can practice sensing crystal energy using Quartz Crystals, Ashley Leavy, a Certified Crystal Therapist, clarifies that working with crystals has much to do with your intentions to allow the stone’s energy to do its work. The more skeptical you are, the less you will benefits from crystals’ healing powers.

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