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"Hi, I was wondering if I could ask you something. If a crystal literally changes (i.e. was clear and gets cloudy or vice versa) or there are color changes within the crystal, does this mean it isn't good anymore?"
Do not worry, the crystal is just fine. Crystals change from time to time. It is difficult to say exactly why our crystals change. It could be due to location, being exposed to heat/cold or the sun. It can even be that the crystals are changing WITH us as we change. This can be seen if you frequently work with the crystal and exchange energy with it. Just as we exchange energy daily with other people and our environment, we do so with our crystals too.
I found an article in our Healing Crystals archive that addresses this topic: A Phantom appeared in my Lemurian
I love the explanation stating, "People have reported that they have witnessed their crystals changing in appearance, but it is quite unusual. I feel that this is because the crystal is exposing another side of itself to you to further your healing experience."
If you wanted to go a little deeper, I would recommend meditating with the crystal to see if there is anything the crystal would like to share with you regarding its changes. For instance, a Clear Quartz may start getting cloudy because it's being exposed to more negative energy, in which case a good clearing would help, but it could be that you were once clear about something and now you are confused or unclear. This is just an example to show you that it can be quite difficult to pinpoint why our crystals change.
I hope this helps and enjoy the journey!
DISCLAIMER: We feel that crystals can complement other therapies and support energetic well being. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.
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