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Here is a Question from One of Our Customers:

I would like to do some experiments and was wondering if it is possible to encode a crystal, or material, with a particular vibration.

For example, is it possible to program one crystal with a vibration higher than its own?

Is it possible to program a crystal to have another crystal's vibration?

As well, how does one go about doing such programming? Is it with intention only, or are devices that do the programming?


Dear Y,
I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.

What you are asking is possible.  Quartz is the one crystal that can be programed to take the place of any other crystal. I often do this if there is a crystal I want to work with but don't have one on hand. Visualize the properties and characteristics of the stone you wish to program into the quartz and use your intent to program these into the quartz. Another trick to make the process easier is to write the properties of the stone on a piece of paper and wrap the paper around the quartz. Visualize the properties being absorbed by the quartz. This comes in very handy for rare or expensive crystals that have the properties you need for a grid or healing issue. I have found that as long as I have a good supply of quartz I can work with the properties of any crystal. Give it a try.

Roslyn Bohanan
Master Crystal Healer

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Posted on May 12, 2011
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