Just writing/typing this out for my personal reference.
I did a couple of crystal healings these last 2 weekends and here’s what I’ve learned:
Grounding and centering yourself first and foremost is important. If you’re not grounded then you won’t be a clear channel for spirit to come through and do it’s healing work; you’ll get carried away by the other person’s problems. This is especially important if the person coming to you for a healing is a friend. But this is good practice for me so I’m glad that it happened, I was able to stay clear & centered during both.
Meditate for a least 30 minutes before doing a healing so you can be grounded.
Healing doesn’t happen solely from the healer; the person receiving the healing is just as integral to the process – they must be actively participating in their own healing otherwise the healing process might take longer or might not happen at all.
How can they achieve this? The person receiving the healing must start to think better thoughts, visualizing a better outcome for situations they want to change; replacing stressful feelings with more deep breathing, being present and counting their blessings.
Counting your blessings when life feels overwhelming and stressful is a good exercise because it takes you out of complaining & seeing the situation from another perspective. From there, the person can start to realize that things CAN be different.
Remember, you are the only thinker in your mind. Your life can be however you want it to be, but you have to be actively changing it and not just ‘allowing’ it to happen and feeling like a victim.
If you don’t have a lot of colored stones to work with, then Quartz crystals will do just fine as they are the all purpose healing crystal. But you still want to balance all the chakras by placing a crystal on each center, programming it with the color to balance that specific chakra.
Reiki yourself and your client during the healing session so that you don’t get tired from the healing, I find that this works well for me. I didn’t feel tired during and after the healing session.
I’m really thankful that I’m learning & gaining experience from this.0 Likes. Did you like this?