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From: shirinjeet
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2008 11:24 PM
To: HealingCrystals.com
Subject: Comment from HealingCrystals.com - Discount Prices on Healing Crystals, Minerals & Tumbled Stones


would like to ask a question.


i have just recently started liking crystals & feel good around them.  there is an area near my house where there are young crystals being formed.  what i am curious about is : is the energy form young immature crystals stronger than those that re mature or is it the other way around.

please advise.  thanks

shirin


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Dear Shirin~

Greetings, and thank you for visiting our website! Your question is a good one, as I don't believe I have even seen "young" crystals.  How neat for you! That being said, it is my feeling that the younger crystals have not been here as long as the older crystals, and therefore they may not resonate as strongly, individually, as the older crystals do.  All things in this multidimensional universe have resonance...  meaning they vibrate at a certain frequency.  As a person, animal, plant, crystal, etc. spends time on this earth, their resonance becomes a feedback loop, making the energy stronger and stronger with each passing minute.  It is for this reason that I see the younger crystals as not being as powerful as the older ones.  There is always the exception to the rule...  for example, the child born as a bodhisattva or ascended master, but for the most part, the older crystals would have a stronger resonance.  However, all of those young crystals resonating together in a group probably do form a powerful vibration, and it would be good for you to spend some time near them on a regular basis, if you can. I wouldn't remove them from their location though.

I hope this helps!


Brightest Blessings,

~cat



Posted on June 05, 2008
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