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The Healing Properties of Quartz

Quartz is a mineral that has been used for centuries for its many healing properties. It is a natural gemstone that is found in many parts of the world and is prized for its beauty and unique properties. Quartz is a hard, transparent mineral made up of silicon dioxide, and it is known for its ability to amplify and transmit energy. This makes it a popular choice for use in healing practices. 

One of the main health benefits of quartz is its ability to absorb, store and release energy. This makes it useful for balancing and revitalizing the body’s natural energy systems. Quartz can also help to remove feelings of negativity and promote positive energy. This can be especially helpful for people that are feeling down or stressed as it can help to lift their mood and improve their overall well-being. 

Quartz is also thought to have the ability to improve concentration and focus—to help clear the mind and improve mental clarity—making it a useful tool for those that need to stay focused and on task. 

The mineral is also believed to have the ability to enhance spiritual growth and development. It is often used in meditation and spiritual practices as a way to connect with higher consciousness and to access higher states of awareness. It’s also believed to have physical healing properties including the ability to stimulate the immune system, helping the body to fight off illness and disease. 

Quartz is also believed to be helpful for people that suffer from chronic pain or inflammation, helping reduce inflammation and promote healing. There are many different types of quartz, each with its own unique properties and uses. Clear quartz is the most well-known and widely used type, but there are also others as well such as rose quartz, amethyst and citrine, that are known for their specific healing properties. 

Source: Stephen Gadson, who resides in Southern, NJ, is an avid reiki master and practitioner and spiritual practitioner. He can be reached at [email protected]

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