Chiffonnier Nomade



It has been long proven that all matter is composed of molecules, which in turn are composed of atoms. All these elements vibrate continuously. Stones thus emit their own vibration based on their component elements. The human body is no exception to the rule and each organ also represents a particular vibration rate. These organs are strengthened by several energy meridians. It has also been proven by several scientific experiments that the body contains numerous minerals and crystals. It will therefore not be presumptuous to affirm that man is a “vibrator”. The principle of lithotherapy therefore consists of finding the most appropriate stone for a problem so that complementary vibrations emitted by man and the stone are in resonance and harmony. A stone may be selected based on several criteria, some highly rational. However, it will be preferable to use our intuition to establish a link between the spirit and the stone, since the body best knows what is good for it.

Gemstones function at different levels (all in interaction):
- Based on their vibration state with specific frequencies for each mineral
- Based on their physico-chemical properties and the crystalline structure of minerals. Several natural crystals are therefore piezo-electrical (examples: quartz, topaz, tourmaline)
- Based on the composition of their mineral elements: these are diffused at an infinitesimal dose with skin contact
- Based on their color (determined by the minerals present) and the wavelength emitted and measured (chromatic vibration waves)
Their energy is therefore diffused throughout our energy system through the nerves, tissues and meridians.

The use of gemstones is not limited to man. For years, their many properties have been used in unexpected and varied fields: The most current example cited is quartz used for its piezo-electric properties in watches to generate clock pulses, as well as in computer memories.


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