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Hello, I'm a Reiki practitioner and would like to know what crystals you'd suggest I place in my home treatment room for relaxation and healing as well as for protection and dispelling negative energies - and what size and shapes you'd recommend? I was thinking chakra crystals would cover everything, but would appreciate your input. Many thanks! xx
Thanks for your question about what crystals will be helpful as a Reiki Practitioner. Many of us at Healing Crystals work with Reiki Healing and you are correct that any of our Chakra Sets would be very helpful for you and your clients. Besides those you want to have the basic crystals: Clear Quartz, Rose Quartz & Amethyst. Honestly, I've never encountered a situation that those 3 couldn't make better! Seleniteis a powerful tool for healing and I would suggest a strong grounding crystal like a Black Onyx or Black Tourmaline (also good for clearing the negative energy that might be left behind after a session).
The best shapes/sizes are really based upon how you will use them. Heart Shapes & Cabochon are wonderful if you are placing them on your clients. Wands work will if you will be holding the crystal and if you are placing them around the area I would suggest you follow your instinct and see which ones call to you.
Thank you for reaching out to us and for your support of Healing Crystals.com. I hope that I have been able to help and that you will not hesitate to contact me with any other questions.
Wishing you lots of Love and Light!
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Please Note: Crystals are for healing and should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care. Crystals are not a medical treatment and should not be used as a replacement for medical care. Please consult your healthcare specialist for your particular needs.
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