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Hello. How do you deprogram crystals? After programming the crystals out loud with my intentions, can I also put that written intention under the crystals? What music will be good to listen to while clearing my mind to concentrate on programming? If I cleanse my area/home with white sage and the smoke gets on the crystals, do I have to reprogram them? Thank you for your time to answer my above questions.
Thanks for reaching out to us with your questions about programming crystals. Please understand that there are many different ways to program crystals and that the importance should be on your intent. You should allow your intuition to guide you in the way that is best for you. It isn’t necessary to program every crystal you use. I personally prefer not to program most of my crystals and allow them to work as they choose to.
The most common way to “deprogram” or change the program of your crystals is to clear the energy. Here is an article with some of the different ways you can do this. You indicated that you are using sage to cleanse your space. This is a great idea and you should reprogram your crystals if they are being included in the smudging. I love the idea of reinforcing your programming by placing the written intention under the crystals. I have done this before too and I feel it strengthens the program. Try placing classical or meditation music to help you clear your mind while you are programming your crystals. I would avoid mainstream music with lyrics when doing this type of work. I hope you find this info helpful. Please let us know if you have any additional questions. May your journey be blessed with Love and Light.
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Disclaimer: 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.
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