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Crystals: What are They and How do You Use Them?




A crystal or crystalline solid is a solid material whose constituents (such as atoms, molecules, or ions) are arranged in a highly ordered microscopic structure, forming a crystal lattice that extends in all directions. ... Examples of large crystals include snowflakes, diamonds, and table salt.

Certain molecules in the liquid gather together as they attempt to become stable. They do this in a uniform and repeating pattern that forms the crystal. In nature,crystals can form when liquid rock, called magma, cools. If it cools slowly, then crystals may form.

Crystals act as conduits for healing — allowing positive, healing energy to flow into the body as negative, disease-causing energy flows out. ... The use of crystals in such environments may help induce relaxation.

Crystal healing is an alternative medical technique in which crystals and other stones are used to cure ailments and protect against disease. Proponents of this technique believe that crystals act as conduits for healing — allowing positive, healing energy to flow into the body as negative, disease-causing energy flows out.

Here are a few fun techniques that can play up their energy.

  1. Hold a crystal during meditation. ...

  2. Create a crystal grid. ...

  3. Make a beautiful sacred space. ...

  4. Carry a crystal with you. ...

  5. Place crystals on your body. ...

  6. Use crystals during yoga. ...

  7. Bring positive energy to your décor. ...

  8. Use crystals as the ultimate spa treatment.


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