Hello - On the single or double terminated crystal.. where do they come from? I'm overwhelmed by all there is to know about crystals and from what I have read.. where it originates is important. I'm assuming that a DT crystal is more versatile then single? Still learning.. Many used for meditation, mental/physical protection, etc Any advice or guidance is much appreciated. Thank you,
Single and double terminated crystals can be found all over the world, so to ascertain where a crystal comes from you would have to look into the description. Certain crystals are only found in one area, but more common crystals, such as Quartz, can come from a variety of locations.
Single Terminated crystals project energy in one direction, while Double Terminatedcrystals (which are not as common) can both transmit and receive energy in both directions. From our site:
“Doubly (Double) Terminated crystals are very easy to recognize, as they have points at each end of the naturally formed quartz crystal. Energy may move outward in either direction or in both directions concurrently, which is one reason why it is sought after by healers and light workers. Doubly (Double) terminated crystals can be used for a variety of things including, increasing and intensifying the dream state. Astral Travel and meditation also are assisted by this crystal.”
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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 complement to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care. The information offered here is based on a combination of my own personal experiences and that of others on using crystals for healing. My hope is that you will let your own intuition guide your path in working with crystals as well.
Posted on January 05, 2015
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