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Can Crystals Be Programmed for LOA?
Awesome Dudette wants to know: “Today I had seminar on crystal healing and programming. I had a thought that crystals and stones can be programmed for LOA. What you think?”
I’d like to state that I’m no expert on crystals. I’ve never really been drawn to them. But I’m happy to give you my understanding of them. Crystals are like amplifiers. They can isolate and strengthen certain frequencies. This means that they are tools which we can use to help us focus. Always remember that the real power comes from our focusing, not from rituals or stones or artifacts. All of those things can be used to guide and strengthen the focus, and they can be very effective, but they are tools, pure and simple. Crystals are no different.
Can you use a crystal to help someone who is ill focus themselves back into alignment? Many people think so, yes, and I wouldn’t contradict them. But you cannot use a crystal or anything else to override someone’s vibration. In other worse, a crystal cannot heal someone who is not ready to be healed.
Keeping that in mind, could you use a crystal to help you manifest something into your reality? Yes, of course. And if you are programming the crystal for yourself, this could be quite powerful. The very act of programming it would cause you to have to figure out where to place your focus, or attune yourself. So, the process you have to go to “program” the crystal for financial abundance would cause you to isolate the frequency of it and focus upon it. After that, the crystal would actually be quite secondary. The programming itself would bring about results.
If you’re doing this for someone else, it’s best to offer guidance along with the crystal. Because the crystal cannot force your client to focus on abundance and if he does nothing to go there himself, the stone will be useless. But if he is attempting to focus on abundance, the crystal can help guide him to be more accurate. It can make it easier for him to do the work he’s already doing, but can’t replace the work itself.
Why are some Psychics accurate while others suck?
Awesome Jane asks, “Hey Melody, what’s your take on psychics? I occasionally see one who is so spot on I want to vomit 🙂 Having said that, every other psychic I’ve ever seen hasn’t been even vaguely accurate. Do you think we find psychics as a way to deliberately receive? Kind of like a channel? If so why is this one so accurate when the others aren’t?”
Psychics are people who are more aware of their ability to read energy than the general public. They can often tap into the energy of others and interpret it back to them. I actually do this in my energy coaching sessions. But whereas I read the energy of Who You Really Are and how that part of you views your life, a psychic could potentially tap into any part of your energy. Some connect with dead relatives, while others attempt to read your future. This isn’t really possible (it would negate free will), but it is feasible for someone to translate the most likely future scenario that you are currently lining up with, providing you don’t change your vibration before the manifestation occurs. So, even if your psychic is spot on, the very experience of seeing them might change your vibration enough to make their prediction untrue.
If you meet up with a psychic, this person is absolutely a manifestation for you. No psychic, no matter how accurate, can tell you something that you’re not ready for. You will either not have access to the psychic, or what they say to you won’t ring true. I’ve had the experience many times of “knowing” exactly what belief a person was trying to shift well before they’re able to recognize it. Before I learned how to recognize their readiness, I would attempt to tell them what I sensed, only to have them look at me like I was bonkers. It just didn’t sound true. An hour later, after they were more aligned with their inner being, they suddenly realized that the original belief was, in fact, the problem. But even then, they didn’t remember what I had said, because when I’d said it, they couldn’t accept the energy of it. If I didn’t work with people until they got it, and simply walked away after their first rebuttal, they might then easily think that I have no idea what I’m talking about (thank goodness I record my sessions, he, he).
The point is, even a highly skilled psychic can’t give you an accurate reading unless you allow it. Of course, if you have beliefs that match you up with con artists or charlatans, then you can manifest that, too. But if you are currently aligned with clarity, you could definitely manifest that through a psychic, too. Just like you could manifest that knowledge through a book, a blog, or a conversation.
Go by how you feel. If what the psychic is saying resonates with you (sounds really true), then try to determine what it’s a match to. If it feels good, it’s a match to a vibration that serves you and to which you have access (otherwise it wouldn’t resonate). If it feels bad, well, you know the drill by now.
Is it actually possible to bless or curse someone?
Awesome Chandni asks: “About blessing and cursing: Do they in any way affect the other person whom we intend it for? People definitely change their attitudes towards us, when we change our inward feelings about them. I have read that when we thereby positively influence a person, it creates a domino effect and the positive vibes sent out to all others who are affected through this person will also return as blessings for us. If so, is that the case when we negatively affect a person?
Religious stories talk about a person in trance, watching some intimate pastimes of Radha-Krishna (our Gods), instantly lost that meditation when he unknowingly offended and hurt another person. It seems this person, although hurt the other person unknowingly, could get back his vision of God’s transcendental pastimes, only when he went and asked the offended for forgiveness and got the other person’s favor. LOA and metaphysical practitioners all preach that what we wish for others comes for us. On the other hand, many many religious stories talk about stalwart devotees who were unjustly offended and who, by their yogic powers, gave ‘curses’ to those who offended them and those who were cursed suffered as a result.”
Ok, I’m going to just come out and say this: There’s no such thing as a curse. It’s a great way to explain how bad things happen, and an even better way to scare people into “behaving”, but it’s a bunch of BS.
Now, is it possible to influence people with our own energy? Yes. But you can’t cause the death of someone who isn’t ready (energetically) to die, or cause their baby to be born crippled (that baby has a lot more manifesting power than you do).
When you look at someone in a way that’s aligned with Who You Really Are, meaning, you feel great when you look at them, you are projecting that energy onto them. If they are like most people and are more reactive than deliberate, if they simply react to whatever vibration they encounter, then your positive focus on them can influence them the highest point that they have access to. So, if you blessed a depressed person, they could surely get less depressed (they might get really angry, which is the emotion that leads out of depression). And if you continued to focus this way upon them, they might even find their way to happiness in time, as they were able to gradually reach for higher and higher frequencies. But you couldn’t get them from depression to happiness in one day, no matter how much you blessed them, because they simply wouldn’t have access to the energy of happiness from where they were. And if they stubbornly held to their depressed thoughts, you would not be able to affect them at all.
So, in a sense, you can amplify the most positive vibration that someone has access to, making it easier for them to align with those frequencies, but you can’t force them to do so. In the same vein, you could amplify the most negative vibration that someone has access to, as well.
If you “curse” someone, if you focus on them in a way that feels awful, with hate and malice, you could affect them negatively. You’d be amplifying the energy of their resistance, making it easier for them to manifest it. But notice that you can’t create resistance for them, you can only amplify what’s already there. Could this resistance then manifest as illness, etc? Yes. But again, it was there all along. Of course, knowing that you’ve been cursed and focusing on all the horrible things that could come about really doesn’t help, either.
Keep in mind that doing anything that feels awful to you is activating YOUR resistance. So, someone who “curses” another, is focusing in a way that’s going to manifest their own resistance faster, as well. This could be seen as bad karma or repercussions of the curse, but the curse giver is simply lining up with more of what they don’t want. If that person then believes that they must make restitution to the cursed in order to lift those repercussions, then doing so may well release the added resistance.
If someone unknowingly caused harm to another, how did they know who to make restitution to? You could, of course, see someone suffering, determine (or be told) that you must have unknowingly caused their suffering and then decide that you have to make it right before you can find your alignment again. Don’t we humans love our mind games?
Our beliefs in the superstitious used to be much, much stronger than they are now. And even today, I know shamans who are convinced that they can curse others and be cursed themselves. I know of one who experienced being cursed by a voodoo priest on request, because he simply didn’t believe that he could be affected. And yet, he suffered skull splitting headaches that very night. Why? Because almost none of us are so diligent in our focusing that we aren’t subject to at least some reaction to the energies directed at us. The cursed shaman went home and simply sat, waiting for something to happen, without directing his thoughts. He left himself open to being affected, even sort of seemed to expect it (waiting and seeing what will happen means that there’s at least some expectation that something will happen). I believe that if this shaman, who was quite powerful himself, had spent that evening focusing very deliberately on a high vibration, he would not have been affected.
If you sit in your house and the temperature outside rises, you will get warmer if you do nothing. But if you turn on the air conditioning and deliberately regulate the temperature inside, the warmth outside can no longer affect your experience. It’s like that. Only, most of us don’t realize that we have our own thermostat, much less that we’re the only ones that can regulate it.
Now it’s your turn: Did any of these questions resonate with you? Share your own experience for the benefit of everyone in the comments below.