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"Hello Healing Crystals, can I ask you something? I have used my singing bowl to cleanse my crystals but in the middle of them I have my Selenite,that will be at 30 cm distance of my bowl. It is safe to use the sound with Selenite? I'm asking because I know that it has a low hardness. Thank you!"
Thank you for reaching out to us.
Yes you sure can :)
What I would recommend is that you keep the crystals out of the singing bowl as that can cause the crystals to chip and sometimes fracture. If you keep the crystals around your bowl while you play it, that's more than fine. I have never noticed anything negative to happen and I regularly do this with my own Selenite.
I trust this answers your question.
Have a crystalicious day further!!
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| Selenite is not good to cleanse with water because it's fibrous nature makes it soak it up and little pieces will pop off.|
I like to use different kinds of vibrations to cleanse my selenite. Even though some believe it never needs cleaning, they used to tell me that stainless steel is in fact stainless. So on that note, I do these things to cleanse it:
Prayer with a pulse of my breath over the stone
Leaving it in moonlight
Leaving it in sunlight (watch that it does not get too hot)
Smudging with sage or with incense
Using Reiki or other vibrational healing technique.
Also polishing it gently with a very soft cloth, especially for natural pieces.
I have a natural slab that is 12" long that I use to scrape auras to begin a healing
I have a sphere that is wonderful to use during meditations, readings, and scrying.
I have healing wands that are 4" and 8" long
Plus assorted natural specimens
All of the carved pieces have also been coated with a light layer of clear varnish, to protect the delicate surface. I still treat them gently.
Hope this helps! Enjoy your selenite pieces
Constance (Submitted by: drj on December 18, 2018)
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