Crystal Grids or Sacred Grids are the placement of crystals together in a way that they amplify each other. When we make a crystal grid, we are aligning the stones and the geometric form with our intentions to manifest.

How to set up your grid

When assembling a crystal grid, it is always best to follow your intuition. However, most Crystal Grids include a central stone, surrounding stones, amplification stones, and any objections of importance.

The Center Stone: When making a Crystal Grid, the center stone acts as the anchor for the grid’s energy, similar to an antennae, which broadcasts your intention into the universe. The center stone is generally the largest piece in the grid or has the highest vibrations.

The Surrounding Stones: These crystals are arranged in the geometric shape around the center stone. How many is needed depends on the simplicity or complexity or your grid along with the shape that you have chosen. It may be easier to imagine the surrounding stones to act as satellites, receiving and broadcasting your intention out into the universe.

The Amplification Stones (Optional): These are typically Quartz Points that are placed in  an outer grid between the Surrounding Stones. These are not completely optional but do bear in mind that quartz serves to transmit and amplify the energies of your grid.

Objects of Importance (Optional): Some people like to place an item from a special person, a photo, or any other item. These items must be aligned with your intention.


How to activate your grid

Lean into your grid, You can use a crystal, metal wand, a pendulum, or your bare hands to start setting your intention to the grid.

Always remember to have a clear intention that you want to manifest. Say your intentions out loud and direct your wand or hand to the center stone. Visualize the grid lighting up with your intention. Then go around and "connect the dots" with your wand or hand hovering over each crystal in your grid. Eventually conclude by thanking the crystals.

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