All over the world, people have been using Crystal wands for healing, since the most ancient times. Many sources even discuss the use of Crystal wands in worlds that came before this one, particularly Atlantis and Lemuria. Crystal wands are powerful healing instruments that can be used as a stand-alone healing treatment or to enhance other healing practices.
Terminated or pointed Crystal wands grow as natural Quartz formations and are also created by cutting and shaping a wide variety of Crystal and Stone species. They come in numerous shapes, sizes and designs. Wands may be long or short, and the body of the wand can be smooth or faceted. They can be pointed at one end and rounded at the other (single-terminated). They can also be rounded on both ends, or pointed at both ends (double-terminated). Some wands are shaped to be wider at one end and tapered at the other, such as Vogel wands, while others are more symmetrical in design. Some wands are made with a terminated Crystal at one end and a Crystal ball at the other. Others are embellished with chakra stones and other features. The form enhances the function of the wand. Different types and styles of wands are useful for different purposes.
In general, Crystal wands attribute their healing capacity to their ability to pull, gather, hold and direct energy. The elongated, cylindrical shape of a wand enables the stone or crystal to draw and emit energy in a straight line. The wand's point or termination focuses the crystal's energy so that it can be directed with accuracy to specific locations in the human body or aura. Wands can be used to draw discordant or heavy energies out of the body and aura. Conversely they can be used to bring life force, or healing energy in. Crystal wands can also be used open energetic meridians and to restore flow between chakras and throughout the energetic system. When used with mindfulness and pure intention, Crystal wands can even be used for etheric surgery.