|Note the large Pink Quartz lending tremendous|
heart vibration – perfect way to read over distance!
You see them for sale in tourist shops, import boutiques, on eBay and Amazon. Crystal balls come in a variety of sizes and can be made from just about any mineral. Quartz, Tiger's Eye, Malachite, Selenite, Beryl and Obsidian are very popular. On the surface they're colorful conversation starters, but more deeply, they are the tools of energy workers. You can do healing work, meditate, channel or scry (crystal gazing) with them.
I have two spheres made from clear Quartz and one sphere made of Austrian lead crystal. Mine sit in the middle of my kitchen table unless I move them on the rare occasions when I practice the ancient, and somewhat forgotten custom of serving dinner. I call the spheres, my triumvirate. I didn't intend to create one. It just sort of happened by following my instincts as I connected to the vibration of the crystal balls.
The light is wonderful in my dining room. While sunlight glazes my backyard, it can't shine directly on the spheres inside. Crystal balls are lens, after all, and perfectly capable of igniting a fire if left in direct sunlight for an extended period of time. My spheres range in size from large, to medium, to small. I keep them in a triangular configuration with an enormous pink Quartz in the center. I have two pieces of Black Tourmaline flanking the Pink Quartz, helping to dispel and transmute negative energy. I also scatter Ametrine around them just for fun. That's a lot of healing
|My card reading setup – complete with Corrine Kenner and|
John J Blumen's Wizard's Tarot©
It takes time to introduce one sphere to another. Imagine the complication of introducing three at once. They compare their pasts, take each other's measure and seek, not only common ground, but also what they can learn from each other's differences. Does this all sound like hocus-pocus? Probably, unless you've worked with crystals before, or have ever sat in front of three active crystal balls who are exceedingly happy that you found them. I actually performed a crystal ball rescue in the case of two of my spherical friends. I bought them from a hoarders estate sale. They felt grim and unstable for a couple of days. I set them in my garden under a light Spring rain. The contact with the earth and greenery helped to clear them out and they began to wake up. I washed them with Dragon's Blood and mild soap, then rinsed them and tucked them under a cloth. Within a week they began to resonate with me.
My triumvirate passes a vibration amongst themselves and when I sit with them, reading tarot cards, meditating, or taking tea, they include me in their song. Sometimes I play my CD of Tibetan singing bowls. The bowls start a conversation and the spheres answer. Before I know it, I'm connected to the Universe on a whole other level.
If you've never worked with or even considered working with crystal balls I suggest you try it. Start with one. The sphere will tell you how it works best with you. Some people scry with the crystal, some meditate, some heal. Set up systems to keep your crystal ball clear. Smudge them, and cover them with a cloth infused with clearing oils such as White Sage or Dragon's Blood. Above all touch and talk to them so they know you. There are some very good books on scrying, if you wish to try your hand at the time-honored art of crystal gazing. It takes focus, patience, an open mind and a genuine connection between you and your sphere. Checkout your local bookstore or online vendor for these books:
"Crystal Balls and Crystal Bowls- Tools for Ancient Scrying and Modern Seership"
by Ted Andrews
"Crystal Ball Gazing: The Complete Guide to Choosing and Reading Your Crystal Ball"
by Uma Silbey
"Crystal Ball Reading for Beginners: Easy Divination and Interpretation"
by Alexandra Chauran
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