Here are a Couple Questions from One of Our Customers:
1. I have a smokey quartz wand that dropped so now the tip has a tiny fracture but no chip, no shattering just a fracture.
Will this affect the energy of the wand when used in healing?
2. I often accidentally drop this specific crystal; does this mean anything?
3. I have another smokey citrine wand. I find that this crystal gets very hot easily and retains heat a lot. What does this mean?
As long as the tip is still intacted it will emit a tight beam through the tip. However, because the tip now has a fracture the crystal will be suseptable to changes in temperature. Charging in the direct Sun light could break the tip. Keep the crystal covered when going in and out of buildings with extreme temperature changes such as winter cold weather and summer air conditioning. I have found that once a crystal fractures any intense emotional experiences can also cause the crystal to break.
If you are using the crystal to heal yourself and you continually drop the crystal, then it is trying to let you know that you may no longer need that crystal. If it happens during a healing session with someone else and it drops once , just and accident, but if it falls or drops several time during one session synchronicity would say this is not an accident, try another crystal.
When a crystal gets hot during use there are 2 probable causes, either your hands are getting hot from channeling a lot of energy and the heat is transferring to the crystal, or the crystal itself is pulling a lot of energy to power a healing for an issue. In that case keep an eye on the crystal, I have heard people say that the crystal can break during a situation such as this.
I hope I covered everything. Take care of your wands, a good wand is not that easy to find.
Master Crystal Healer
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Posted on September 08, 2011
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