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Annie The Alchemist's Downloadable: Guide On How to Use & Take Care of Crystals

How to Use & Take Care of Crystals First, clean your crystals with your sage-stick or run them in water with a dash of salt. Ocean water is wonderful, too. 2. Now, set your intention on your crystal so it knows what you want it to do for you. For example, "Dear Crystal, I want you to help me relax and feel confident" or "I want you to help me find a good job that earns me this much, and I enjoy going to" or "I want you to help me heal." It can be anything you want. It is important to be as descriptive as possible.3. You can write your intention on a sheet of paper, fold it and...

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Sage Versus Palo Santo Guide

Sage & Palo Santo are two of the most popular ways of cleansing energy on ourselves and our surroundings. Both are both beautiful natural ways to purify energy. I see a lot of clients who aren't sure when or how to use it. That's one of the things I like to teach during my chakra balancing sessions. Now, that I just added Sage & Palo Santo Kits to the site. I decided to create a Q&A guide to answer some of the most popular questions I receive.  Q: How do I Sage or Palo Santo myself?  A: Light a sage or Palo Santo stick and trace your body's silhouette starting at the crown of the head all the way to the...

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Cleaning Your Crystals & Recharging Them 101

I know a lot of you have questions on how to clean your crystals and so today's blog post is dedicated to that. Just like us, crystals are energy and they absorb, protect and work to help your intentions happen. So giving them an "energy detox" is really important. Otherwise, they will be either doing the minimum or nothing at all.  There are a few ways to clear away their energy so that they can feel fresh and ready to work for you again. When to Clean Your Crystals: It's important to give your crystals a cleanse:  a. After someone else has touched them. b. You've had guests over your space. c. You've taken them out with you ( that...

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