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Here is a Question from One of Our Customers:
Can you provide me with information of Scrying?
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.
I myself regularly use a crystal ball and a black mirror to scry, but any stone, bowl of water, mirror can be used to scry. Scrying in a sense is nothing more then a form of deep trance channeling. While I have never had any adverse occurrences while in deep trance, some psychic will not do it without a a spotter or in this case a watcher. The one piece of advice I give people is that scrying takes practice. You clear your mind of everything and some people find that truly hard to do. Deep meditation is a good way to start. I have even seen some people use hypnosis to reach the deep trace and then use a crystal ball or sphere. Take yourself into the crystal and describe all you see and sense. Even if you don't understand what you are seeing remember it and write it in your journal right away. Journaling is a great tool to assist in scrying as later you can go back an see if you recognize any of the symbols or pictures shown to you. It may not be that day or even that week but eventually, when you are ready, you will understand what you saw. I am giving you a good link for an article on scrying. It covers much of what I already said and more that I didn't. Look it over, if you feel more comfortable don't be afraid to ask someone to sit with you while you try this. Use your intuition. Scrying is not for everyone. Just experiment and practice, practice, practice.
Master Crystal Healer
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