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Crystal Therapy – What does it do?

Crystals have been used for centuries to aid in healing the body holistically, dating back to to
Egyptian times where it was said to ward off “evil spirits”.

It is said that each stone has its own healing properties. Individual stones like amethyst. rose, quartz
and jade can help with energy levels and balance your chakras. As well as spiritual cleaning,
crystals make for amazing Jewellery like pendants, bracelets rings and so much more. In fact,
Crystals is one of the largest moving businesses in the E-commerce industry.

A quick guide to the Seven Chakras:
First chakra: This chakra represents stability, security and our basic needs and when unblocked. It is
said to help us feel safe and brave.

Second chakra: This chakra is our centre of creativity and helps us express ourselves.

Third chakra: A source of personal power and Independency.

Fourth chakra: This energy point unites the lower chakras of matter and the upper chakras of spirit
and acts as a bridge between our body, mind, emotions and spirit.

Fifth chakra: This chakra is situated in the neck and is a source of verbal expression and helps our
ability to speak our highest truth.

Sixth chakra: Located in between the eyebrows, this chakra is often called the “third eye” and
represents our centre of intuition.

Seventh Chakra: The Sahaswara chakra or the “thousand petal lotus chakra is located at the crown of
the head. This is the chakra of enlightenment and spiritual connection to us and others.
Crystals are said to be part of nature and so connecting us to the flow around us, certain types of
crystals like amethyst are said to relax the mind and body. Selenite is often used in crystal therapy
for cleansing and clarity. Black Tourmaline is known to be a grounding and protective stone.

Similar to crystal therapy Smudging is also an ancient but powerful ritual used to ward of evil spirits
and bring good vibes around ones surrounding.

White Sage smudge comes from the sage plant and is one of the most common practices of
smudging. The word “smudging” comes from the ritual of burning the sage and cleansing a person,
space object or negative energy.

Palo Santo also known as Bursera Graveolens is a part of South American history and is a known
tool for rituals to energize, cleanse and also proved to heal properties. The tree itself from which the
stick comes from is part of the citrus family and has sweet notes of pine, mint, and lemon!