Gem Water

How to Prepare and Use More than 130 Crystal Waters for Therapeutic Treatments
By (author) Joachim Goebel
By (author) Michael Gienger

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Gem Water
How to Prepare and Use More than 130 Crystal Waters for Therapeutic Treatments
By (author) Joachim Goebel
By (author) Michael Gienger

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Pages : 96

Book Size : 4.63 x 6.75

ISBN-13 : 9781844091317

Imprint : Earthdancer Books

On Sale Date : April 01, 2008

Format : Paperback Book

Illustrations : Full-color throughout

Effective and healthy remedies produced by infusing water with crystalline energies are carefully described in this manual. The book covers preparation and correct methods of use as well as poisonous crystals. Gienger examines more than 100 usable crystals and 34 special mixtures, revealing their intended uses and effects for the optimum therapeutic results.
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About Gem Water

Effective and healthy remedies produced by infusing water with appealing crystalline energies are carefully described in this informative manual. The first part covers aspects of preparation, featuring deceptively simple processes such as the boiling method, the water vapor method, and the test tube method--all of which can be easily mastered by crystal healing enthusiasts. After outlining the correct methods to use and listing poisonous crystals as a safety precaution, the book examines more than 100 usable crystals and 34 special mixtures, revealing their intended uses and effects for the optimum in therapeutic results.
Table of Contents

Table of content

The Gem Water Handbook 4
Basic principles of preparing gem water 6
Mineral water and gem water 6
Gem water as drinking water 8
Gem water as a healing medium 9
Water quality 11
Gem quality 12
Beware poison! 13
The preparation of gem water 16
General prerequisites 16
Check list of items required 17
Purification of the gems 17
A personal collection 19
Water and vessels 19
Preparing the gem water 20
Decanting the gem water 20
Storing the gem water 21
Drying the gems 22
Numbers and amounts 23
The preparation methods 26
Direct placing of gems in water 26
The boiling method 27
The water vapour method 27
The test tube method 28
Conducting with crystals 28
Glasses of water standing on gem slices 29
Water in gem dishes 29
Effects and applications 30
External applications 30
Internal applications 31
Quantities and intensities 32
Rhythm and dosage 33
Initial reactions 34
Limits of applications 34
Gem water mixtures 36
Warning about "wild mixtures" 37
Tips about the creation of gem water mixtures 37
Tried and tested gem water mixtures 39
Gem water bath additives 54
Index of gem waters A-Z 56
Appendix 92
Author Bio
Joachim Goebel is an international lecturer, trainer, seminar leader, and industrial consultant, who has been researching gem waters since 1998. Michael Gienger (1964-2014) was one of Europe’s most respected experts on crystals and their uses, a field in which he had been active since 1988. He started collecting minerals in 1972, and in 1985 a successful self-treatment with healing crystals inspired him to pursue further training as an alternative healing practitioner. He was trained in shiatsu and completed a two-year apprentice in shamanic healing. He went on to author more than 20 publications, a number of which have become standard works in their field and have been translated into 11 languages.
Book Praise

Book Praise

In Gem Water, the authors, explain how to prepare and use more than 130 crystal water for therapeutic treatments. Do's and don'ts are given as well as some actual recipes and mixtures along with their effects. Beautiful colour photos enhance the book throughout. New Spirit Journal

Gem Water offers a whole new approach to using crystals. You’ll be awakened as you learn to prepare and use more than 130 crystal waters for therapeutic treatments. I personally never heard of this, so I was naturally intrigued and mesmerized. It features over a 100 crystals and 34 special mixtures with their effects. There are seven different methods of preparing gem water, and each is explained clearly. By far the easiest is simply placing a crystal directly in water. But, before you make any gem waters, your crystals must be cleansed. Detailed steps walk you through the process. I had no idea this was necessary, and I’ve begun to cleanse the few crystals I have.