Healing sticks or wands are used to cure a variety of mental and physical ailments. Many alternative medicine practitioners swear by the effectiveness of these wands, and many more patients will readily testify to their greatness. Healing sticks work by channeling the energy of the stones the sticks are made from, and the energy of the person who wields them, into the patient to cure the specific targeted ailment. While the effectiveness of healing sticks has never been scientifically proven, they offer a lot of benefits nevertheless. At worst, a healing stick does nothing to cure the ailment, but it offers the patient hope, it gives comfort and makes the patient feel better, and when the patient feels better and more comfortable then it can only be good. I cannot stress enough that the patient must still follow their doctor's instructions.
And what if healing sticks really do have beneficial energy that the human eye cannot see? We do know, and this is something that science has proven, that certain crystals such as quartz resonate and vibrate under certain circumstances. They absorb energies and discharge energies.
Crystals are mysterious things. We don't know everything about them. Humans have used crystals as medicines before we even knew what civilisation was, yet to this day we still believe in crystals more than ever. So crystals must work for a lot of people, it is the oldest belief and medicine in the history of the world.
How to use a healing wand:
Anyone can use a healing wand regardless of their level of expertise. The most simple and common wanding technique involves waving or circling the wand around any area which your energy field is in need of repair, with distance varying anywhere between touching the skin to being an inch or two from the body. Further basic techniques include poking the wand repeatedly on or around a desired target-point, or simply wearing the wand close-by.
Find out what you are wanding.; first ask:
1. Where does it hurt?
2. How did it start?
3. How long has it hurt?
Longer term and deeper issues generally takes longer to wand away, but sometimes results can be had quickly. Chronic issues tend to respond positively, but needs repeated wanding over days or weeks for best results.
Circling. Rotate your wanding hand in a clockwise direction. Hold wand tip about one inch from the skin. Three – four rotations per second is a good frequency for most people. For older people with weaker energy, you may want to begin slower starting at 1-2 rotations per second. Older people may respond slower as their bodies are usually of a higher toxicity level.
Dipping. This is an “in-out” motion of approximately 3 inches with the wand tip coming close to the skin surface. It creates an energy wave penetrating deep into the body's bio-field. Dipping works well for deep issues and has a rejuvenating effect.
Circle dip. A combination of circling and dipping usually with 3-4 circles, followed by 1-2 dips.
Crosshatching. This is a simple back and forth motion with alternating directions. Up and down for ten seconds followed by back and forth for ten seconds and so on. This action tends to loosen up and allow for drainage of toxins. Always follow with circling to finish.
Directional dipping. This is a swooping motion in the direction of energy flow.
Tip-tapping. Gently tapping the area with the wand tip in a rapid manner will help people who are energy-deprived and toxic due to working in office buildings, using cell phones, or being exposed to unhealthy environments. Wanding a glass of water in a circular motion and drinking the water will aid in the cleansing process, as internal water molecules listen more effectively to the wand energy. When wanding a glass of water, contact between the wand and the water is not necessary and no more effective than circularly wanding above and around the water.
Sidebrushing. Using the side of the wand to gently brush the skin back and forth.
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