One of my friends introduced me to crystals and I bought a handful from her, thinking "what's the harm?". Every day for a few weeks, I practiced mindfulness each morning, and I kept my crystals by my side, noticing them throughout the day, and bringing my thought process back to self-healing and manifesting what I wanted.
By doing this, I found that my worries slowly but steadily started melting away. I wanted more info so I started reading book after book on crystal healing, reiki, positive intentions, and gratitude. My friends and family didn't really give it much attention, and obviously I was met with the occasional "it's all a load of crap!" comments - but all I thought was "I'm carrying a pretty rock filled with positive energy in my pocket, it's not harming anyone at all." and so I continued.
Flash forward to where I am now, and I feel like a whole new person; I feel like I've really found myself. I can see the positive in almost every situation or at the very least, something to be grateful for. I've since introduced a few friends to the benefits of meditation, crystal healing, reiki and gratitude, and they too have said that it's changed their lives also. I own over 150 crystals of my own, and each day before I head downstairs, I set intentions for the day ahead and choose a crystal to amplify those intentions based on their properties.
In the last 3 years I've managed to use crystals and meditation to my advantage by manifesting money to pay off all of my credit card debt, securing a mortgage, successfully being appointed for the job of my dreams, getting engaged to my partner and starting this business , amongst many other things.
I now also have a successful podcast, have recently posted out my 2,000th order, and have gained 70k followers on TikTok, all whilst manifesting a child/family of my own!
**Update as of April 2022 - I've now left my full time job in the NHS of 15 years to advance and concentrate on taking Canny Crystals to the next level.
Open your mind and give it a try yourself. What's the harm?