|If you do this right, it makes you feel all tingly. Note: if you teleport out, |
be sure to have Scotty bookmark your previous location.
Yes, we know this sounds out there, but most stuff these days IS OUT THERE, so what the hell. Today we're going to give you a weird WOO recipe for Tuesday -- one we've all tried -- and... it works. Don't ask us how.
Yes, it's for "Crystal Water." Apparently, when you leave crystals in water overnight, in the moonlight, it somehow charges the water. Drinking said charged water is like having three cups of coffee, but without the jitters. It also starts the process of somatic crystallization... and I the writer am being guided here so I have no idea where somatic crystallization came from. Sounds good. Anyway, it's good and it's good for you. And you have to drink water anyway, so why not try this.
Place two quartz crystals (either clear quartz, or smoky quartz, citrine, amatrine, celestite, etc.), about the size of your little finger, in a quart-sized clear glass container, like a big mason jar or old milk bottle. Fill it to the top with clean, filtered water, and let it sit out in the moonlight overnight. No, you don't need to dance around it or utter weird incantations, unless you really feel like it -- in which case you should video it, naked of course, and post it on the 'Net.
Next morning, retrieve the water (might want to put clothes on first, nature girl), then get two pint glasses. Pour some of the Crystal Water into one pint glass -- then, over the sink -- pour the water from one glass to another, about two feet apart, four or five times. This aerates the water, and introduces a bit more energy into it. This is basically what A Man Called Da-da calls "Yogi Water," though in this case it's crystal-charged.
|Here's some we made earlier. Note: if you make it right, you might be able |
to walk on it... but don't get your hopes up, Carl.
Give it a try. Note that you can find the crystals on etsy or ebay for about $10. Try to buy them from the US, as the foreign ones are sometimes heat treated and not really what they're supposed to be. (If it looks too colorfully good to be true, it probably is.)
Now toast with us this fine first day of September. And, hey: stay off the FEAR BUS. The media will be pumping out fear like Shriners out of a B-52, so keep perspective. Better still, just turn it off.
|[#FearBus courtesy A Man Called Da-da]|
UPDATE: it appears (at least to The CAT) that shungite works the best. Do some research and give it a try.