If you are a crystal and incense lover, this blog post is for you! There are many ways to cleanse crystals, and using incense sticks is one of them. Incense smudging is a practice that has been used for centuries to cleanse negative energy and promote healing.
How to cleanse crystals with incense sticks
Crystal cleansing with incense is a simple and effective way to cleanse your crystals of negative energy. To cleanse your crystals you can use white sage incense, lavender incense or paolo santo incense which have powerful cleansing properties.
To cleanse your crystals with incense, light the stick and allow the smoke to waft over the crystals. You can also hold the crystals in your hand and wave them through the smoke. Repeat this process until you feel the crystals have been cleansed. You can also place the crystal on a plate or bowl and waft the smoke around it. As you do this, visualize the smoke cleansing the crystal of all negativity.
Be sure to open a window or door while you are cleansing your crystals so that the negative energy can be released from your home. Once you are finished, extinguish the incense stick and store it in a safe place.
After you have cleansed your crystal with incense, it is important to then charge it with positive energy. To do this, simply hold the crystal in your hand and visualize it being filled with white light or any other color that represents positive energy to you. You can also place the crystal in sunlight or moonlight for a few hours to charge it. Once your crystal has been cleansed and charged, it will be ready to use for its intended purpose.
Now that you know how to cleanse crystal with incense, put this knowledge to use and enjoy the benefits of having clean, charged crystals in your home!
Can you cleanse all crystals with incense
You can cleanse all crystals with incense, however, make sure not to leave the incense stick too close to the stone, otherwise some stones may become brittle under the fiery heat of the incense burning. Remember to keep an optimal distance so that the smoke of the incense spreads around the crystal without damaging it. For example, some crystals, such as rose quartz, are more fragile than others and may be damaged by the heat of incense smoke. Other crystals may not be susceptible to damage from heat, but it is recommended not to bring them too close to the burning point of the incense.