How Do I Cleanse My Crystals?
This is a very common question that I am asked every day in my jewelry store. People come in to purchase jewelry or crystals and I cleanse them for them but, like your hair, gemstones need their maintenance, too.
Energy is like germs. Everyone has them–both good and bad energy. When you touch something, you leave something behind.
Imagine the stone you are holding. Now think of how many people have touched it. The miners, the guy who tumbled them, the one who polished it, the buyers and sellers and more buyers and sellers before it finally got to the sales person who sold it to you–and let’s not forget other customers who picked it up and put it back down.
So yeah, they need a good cleanse before you use them. Some stones amplify bad and good energy, some absorb it and don’t work as great until they are cleared, and some even cleanse themselves.
The way I clear my crystals is with a singing bowl or with sage and the reason why is because some are toxic if mixed with water (Malachite) or some may melt (Selenite).
However most crystals such as quartz are fine when cleaning with running water and you can easily clean Malachite with the indirect water method by setting it in a glass cup and setting that cup in a glass bowl of water.
If you have rice on hand, put the rice in a bowl and put your stones on top of the rice. Just don’t eat the rice. Leave it overnight and toss out the rice.
You can also bury your crystals (many people leave them buried at least 30 days).
Another favorite way that I use to cleanse my crystals is with sage. I simply smudge them and of course, the sage will purify the stone and my own aura and the space around me.
You can also set your crystals on a quartz cluster for clearing or also use a loud bell.
Watch me clear two stones in a quartz singing bowl below.
About the Author
Johnna Sabri listens to each crystal or gemstone to create a unique and one of a kind jewelry design that speaks to your soul with earthy elegance and beauty
Johnna Sabri Jewelry is designed for the soul who wants to creatively express themselves. Each piece is uniquely designed with real gems and crystals to add that touch of crystal healing earthy vibe. Johnna Sabri Jewelry includes both men’s womens, and children’s options.
The Johnna Sabri Signature Collection launched in 2016 with the opening of her studio inside Skypony Studio in Dallas, TX, and includes an engraved signature with the jewelry piece. Today Johnna Sabri is focusing on creating unique jewelry where they come in, pick the stones and she designs it for them on the spot in their pick of copper, Sterling Silver or 14K Gold or Rose Gold filled wire.
Johnna Sabri has had several clients around the globe including: The Philippines, Japan, Canada, England, Jordan, Dubai, The US, Mexico, and Australia.
Johnna Sabri Jewelry has been modeled by GA State University students for an African themed fashion show and also Miss Texas Plus America 2016.
Johnna Sabri learned her designs from Daryl Adonis Thompson, son of Eli “Lucky” Thompson, the saxophonist who played with Dizzy Gillespie and Isaac Hayes. Daryl was well known in the Little 5 Points Atlanta community as a master at his craft.