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We are in the process of buying a new house. The house will be new construction, so the lot that we are on, the earth will be disturbed. I would like to bury some crystals around the lot for healing and also to amplify the good energy. I've seen some things online, but am unsure where to start. What kind of crystals I should purchase and how I should lay them out? I'm hoping that you have some good suggestions for me.
Thank you for contacting Healing Crystals with your question about crystals for a new house. This is exciting! There are certainly many crystals to choose from, and without actually being in the house, it's hard to judge what the energetic needs of the property are. So, you might want to wait until you move in before spending money on anything! I would definitely recommend using incense or an essential oil spray to cleans the energy of the contractors out of the house before moving in.
Once you have a feel for the energy of the place, you might try a little ceremony or ritual of giving thanks to the earth for letting you build your home there. Black Tourmaline is often used for healing the earth in particular locations. Before burying anything in the ground, however, please check our crystals cautions guide here, so you don't leach any toxins into the ground accidentally, or mistakenly put out a crystal that will dissolve in the rain.
Congratulations on your new home. I hope this information has been helpful to you. And of course, if you have any further questions regarding crystals or crystal healing, please feel free to contact us again.
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I am not a medical professional and can neither diagnose illness nor prescribe medical treatments. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical care, but rather used as a complimentary therapy along with the treatment prescribed by your licensed medical professional.
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