Encyclopedia of Crystals, Revised and Expanded (Paperback)
Crystals contain ancient power—and with the right knowledge, we can tap into it. The Encyclopedia of Crystals puts this information in your hands in the form of an illustrated compendium to all types of crystals.
Crystals aren’t simply stones; when the right crystal is used appropriately, its power can physically heal, invigorate, cultivate love, and even boost creativity. In The Encyclopedia of Crystals, crystal expert Judy Hall draws on over 30 years’ experience of working with crystals to provide the definitive reference.
Organized by crystal color for easy reference, The Encyclopedia of Crystals:
- Explains how the colors of crystals relate to the chakras
- Shows you how to cleanse and activate your crystals
- Provides helpful, authoritative advice on healing, meditating, energizing, and more with nothing more than the power within your crystals
This is an essential addition to the library of anyone who works with crystals.
About the Author
Judy Hall (Dorset, England) is a successful Mind-Body-Spirit author with over 45 MBS books to her credit, including the million-copy-selling Crystal Bible (volumes 1 and 2), Encyclopedia of Crystals, 101 Power Crystals, Crystals and Sacred Sites, The Crystal Seer, Crystal Prescriptions, and The Crystal Wisdom Healing Oracle. A trained healer and counselor, Judy has been psychic all her life and has a wide experience of many systems of divination and natural healing methods. Judy has a BEd in Religious Studies with an extensive knowledge of world religions and mythology and an MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology at Bath Spa University. Her areas of expertise are past life readings and regression, soul healing, reincarnation, astrology and psychology, divination, and crystal lore. Judy has appeared four times in the Watkins list of the 100 most influential spiritual living writers and was voted the 2014 Kindred Spirit MBS personality of the year. An internationally known author, psychic, and healer, Judy conducts workshops in her native England and internationally. Her books have been translated into 16 languages.
-Library Journal April 2007