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Crystal Grid for Lung Issues

Hey Everyone!

I thought I would share with you my most recent crystal grid. I have been battling Pneumonia and the after-effects for several weeks now. I created this grid so the Crystal People could help me bring balance and health back to my lungs.

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  • Genn John
    Genn John says #
    Thanks for commenting, Jeanine! I was hoping to spark some ideas. There is no limit to the possibilities. I hope your next grid is
  • Jeanine Byers
    Jeanine Byers says #
    What an awesome post! I hope you are feeling better. You gave me some great ideas for my next grid. I have used pictures before bu

Posted by on in Culture Blogs

Recently I wrote a post about making a crystal grid. I promised to tell you about the grid I made for myself. First let me explain how a crystal grid works, and keep in mind, there are literally as many ways to make a grid as there are people to make them. You can either make a grid in "real time" or make a "micro-grid".

A grid in "real time" would be a grid which you place around the actual person or object in question. In the example of the crystal grid I made for myself (which is a micro-grid), rather than having a picture of me at the center, I would physically be in the center of this grid which I would build around myself (sitting, laying, whatever).

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  • Genn John
    Genn John says #
    Thanks for the comment, J'Karrah! I'm super glad you got some ideas from this post. Yay!
  • J'Karrah
    J'Karrah says #
    Fascinating article! Thanks you so much for sharing. I now have some wonderful ideas to use something like this for

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