ABOUT US

   

“In a crystal we have clear evidence of the existence of a formative life principle, and though we cannot understand the life of a crystal, it is nonetheless a living being.” Nikola Tesla

          The Science

Known in alternative healing as a vessel able to store and transform negative energy into positive, crystals are transmitters of potent energy. A crystal elixir is created when is added to water to revitalize its energy.

             The Spirit

The word elixir stems from the Arabic word "al iksic" which means 'miracle substance'. Crystal-infused water is an excellent all-natural elixir, is created when the crystal is added to water to revitalize its energy. Crystals and gemstones can be traced back to ancient civilizations, people have been drinking crystal-infused water for thousands of years to promote spiritual and physical wellness. The ancient Egyptians, Indian and Romans used crystals to make healing elixirs, also called elixir of life.

          Our Philosophy

Crystals are alive like everything else in the universe. They work with a human energy field and are able to diffuse absorb move or shift energy within the body. Crystals vibrate at different levels depending on their composition and color as through the cells in the human body. They all vibrate on their own frequency as do the energy centers in our body, our chakras. It's not a myth that crystals have energy crystals actually have a very high precise rate of vibration and are utilized in modern technology this includes liquid crystals in calculators and clocks, they are also used in credit cards, phone lines and lasers for microscopic surgery. The energy of crystals and gems have been used for thousands of years for their powerful energetic healing properties. Crystals and gemstones can be traced back to ancient civilizations. 

 

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                             About company

Singh Media d.o.o.

Letaliska cesta 3

1000 Ljubljana

Slovenia (EU)