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The goal of all scientific and metaphysical endeavors is to shed light on the unknown.  What was once thought to be “metaphysical magic” is now commonplace.  We live in a world that is rapidly changing, new discoveries seem to happen on a daily basis and what was believed to be immutable scientific fact has been turned on its head.

The forum of science and that of metaphysics have found a common bridge, Resonance.  From the foundation of vibrational quantum physics, “string theory”, comes the understanding that all matter is made up of resonant strings of energy.  From the realm of metaphysics, “information, transformation and healing techniques”, comes the knowledge that the fabric of the universe is interwoven vibrationally.

Crystals are a special form of matter. Each crystal is a solid with regular internal arrangements of atoms or molecules. An intelligent matrix exists in crystals with the ability to store, amplify and transfer resonant information. Vibrating somewhat like a tuning fork, crystals set up a standing wave of subtle energy states, “Frequencies”.

Each person has their own resonant notes, as do crystals.  When they match up or complement each other, as in a chord – both start to resonate with the other, producing that wonderful effect called Resonance.  It is almost like magic when this happens, for it is hard to describe in words.

That is why each person, as well as crystal, reacts or resonates differently when introduced to a new environment.  Only a crystal that matches that specific frequency will cause the reaction of Resonance.  I have often been asked how is it that some crystals just seem to light up with energy, while others seem dull and listless.  It all has to do with Resonance.

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