Crystal Cleansing and Dedication

Crystal Cleansing and Dedication

Crystals have powerful energies that can assist us on a daily basis, but an effective crystal cleansing and dedication technique is essential.

Crystal Cleansing and Dedication

Stand up straight and relaxed.
Hold your crystal in the center of your left palm.
Place your right hand above your left hand;
Slightly covering your crystal but not coming in contact with it.
Close your eyes and take a deep breath.

Feel a beam of light beaming down on you from the heavens above.
Feel the beam moving through your body;
Down your right arm,
Out through your right palm,
And showering your crystal.

Say these words out loud:
May this crystal be cleansed in God’s White Light and Love,
And may this crystal also be filled with God’s White Light and Love.

Visualize the energy shattering all negativity and impurities away;
Visualize your crystal glowing in a bright and loving light,
Feel it throbbing,
Feel your heartbeat beating in the palm of your left hand.

Dedicate your crystal by saying the following words from Judy Hall:
I ask that any programs in this crystal be dissolved,
And I dedicate this crystal to the highest good of all who come into contact with it.

Conclude with your personal dedication:
Please [DEDICATION], (repeat 3x)
Thank you.

Remain in this meditative state and feel your crystal awaken.

Be in Peace.

*In order to recharge your crystals, simply let them bathe in direct sunlight, or during the full moon’s light.


  • The following crystals will fade in direct sunlight: Amethyst, Auralite 23, Celestite, Citrine, and Kunzite;
  • The following crystals should be cleansed after each use: Calcite, Fluorite, Shungite, and Obsidian;
  • The following crystal will dissolve in water: Selenite.

[Meditation Techniques: Crystals]

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