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I am very new to crystals and I have been trying to read as much info as I can so that I may use them correctly. One piece of information I read is that a crystal should not be used for both meditation and healing (or any dual purpose) as that will diffuse its energies and it won't be as effective. After cleansing my crystals, I just asked of them to help me in whatever way I may need it at the time, whether it's healing, emotionally, meditation, etc....just for all things good! So now, I worry I've "messed them up", so to speak. What should I do?
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 a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.
First let me say that crystals are very versatile, and can hold more then one program. In a way what you were told is correct. After any healing a crystal must be cleared and recharged. Then if you want, you can use it for meditation. You should never use a crystal for meditation directly after healing with it, unless you clear first. If you have a limited number of crystals and you use them frequently, you will have to clear and charge more frequently. It won't harm the crystal but having to wait between uses can be inconvenient. That is why the majority of healers have crystals for healing and crystals for meditation. No down time waiting to clear and recharge crystal so frequently.
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