Do you think that just viewing pictures of Crystals can have an effect on you?
I have been noticing a new trend of using Crystal oracle cards and sharing pictures of crystals online for their healing abilities or attributes. Although I believe in the power of crystals specifically for their ability to hold their frequency however I also believe that there can be something said for viewing pictures for most of the effort and healing comes from within. What do you think?
I believe alot of the healing powers in a lot of things including prayer,foods ext,Is the key words Hope and Belief, and your mind can do wonders with these two things.If you believed in enough that eating a slug would make you better it will.(just an example)
There is no proof using scientific methods showing that crystals have anything other than a placebo effect on health or well-being. That being said, the placebo effect can be quite powerful. If you believe that crystals will help you, then they might. However, they wouldn't help me.
I find crystals to be very beautiful and pleasing to my eye. Seeing something beautiful like a sunset, a lake view or a beautiful crystal, makes me happy and I think that being happy and having a positive attitude can cause positive reactions within me and that can be very affecting. I believe that most of what happens to me is based on my thoughts so if I’m sitting at the computer looking at an article that’s sad, then I’ll feel that just as strongly as the happiness I feel looking at a beautiful crystal . I don’t think the picture of the crystal itself has any innate power, but the emotion it stirs within me certainly does.
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