Using crystals in meditation helps to focus your session. The healing stones enhance your energies depending on your goals, be it to calm the mind, to increase the spiritual vibrations or to keep you grounded while your mind wanders to other realms.
Here are the most popular meditation crystals:
Amethyst: One of our top sellers! Amethyst opens up the Crown Chakra, which is our gateway to the higher dimensions. Intense spiritual meditations can be experienced with Amethyst in hand, worn as jewelry or placed on your alter.
Angelite: The name says it all! This glacier blue beauty allows you to connect directly with your guardian Angels and the Angelic realm at large.
Lapis Lazuli: Opens up the Third eye for psychic enhancement and intuitive development. Allows for the flow if visions and ideas, and the ability to see beyond the physical world. Its deep blue color is usually animated with gold Pyrite inclusions, to bring deep peace and ancient knowledge.
Selenite: Gentle vibrations that lift up the astral body during meditation. It increases your vibration level while surrounding you in a white light of healing and protection, sealing your aura from energy leaks.
Merkabas: (of all crystal types!): This 8 pointed star is the ideal crystal for increasing vibrations and lifting you to the fourth dimensions. Aids us in shifting the body-mind-soul so that it is completely ready for the 4th dimension shift of 2012-2029.
How to use Meditation Stones
After cleaning, charging and programming your crystals to focus on the goal of your meditation, you can either place them around your body or hold them in your hands during the sesion. If you are prone to going into a deep meditative state, we recommend wearing the healing crystals in jewelry form instead.
Because we constantly strive to better ourselves and our world, meditation is an excellent method to focus and enhance our lives. We are more than the physical body, we are beings of the universe, swirling with vibrations. Meditation aids us to discover our own depths and how we relate to the world around us. Only by knowing ourselves first can we then help others.