There's been an increase in the use of quartz crystals over the last few decades, but why? It's just a rock, right?
Well, yes and no. Quartz crystal vibrates at a particular frequency, and science has made very good use of that frequency when it comes to regulating things like watches and even computers. Furthermore, the chemical compound is silicon dioxide, or silica. The sand on our beaches is mostly silica, and guess what? So are you! In 1939, the Nobel Prize winner for chemistry, Professor Adolf Butenant, proved that life can not exist without Silica. The average human body tissues are 7% silica. This is one reason why we resonate so readily with quartz crystals; we have a lot in common with them!
Quartz crystals can do so much, but without our intervention they are just rocks. In fact, without our intervention many of these stones -- called 'The Bones of the Earth' by Native Americans -- would stay hidden deep in the depths of the Earth. We lift them to the light, and they in turn bring their vibrational healing to us, to help us during this incarnation.
So what does quartz actually do? Well, that depends on what we put into it. Quartz is a magnifier, and it will amplify whatever vibrational energy we give to it. Every quartz has a different point, different inclusions and different markings. These differences make each stone as unique as our own fingerprints are to us.
Do you have quartz crystals? What do you use them for?