An Electric Bath

Wow. So I’ve had some down time at my parents’ recently. Lots of time to think about all the ideas running around in my head.
Old-fashioned porcelian bathtub with stainless steel faucet and hand held sprayer.
And, a bathtub! Living on the road, those are hard to come by, I had no idea I would miss them as much as I do. Believe me, I am definitely taking advantage of the situation!
The other day one of these ideas escaped from the drawer my mind had stashed it in. Can crystals enhance the flow of Reiki? Yes. Yes, they can! What about while taking a bath? Even better! I have to try this.
Closeup of bathtub ledge next to faucet. Multiple crystals are arranced on the ledge. Two purple amethyst, one yellow citrine, and five clear quartz crystals.
Holy vibrations! I put some epsom salts in the warm water as it began to fill the tub. I placed the six clear crystal quartz I own in a mesh bag. I held this under the running water for a minute to begin charging the water. I laid it in the water so they could continue to enhance the water with its calming, cleansing vibrations. I, also, placed an amethyst (I’m not obsessed with amethyst at all!) on the bathtub ledge.
A hand is holding a purple mesh bag containing five clear quartz crystals under running water from a stainless steel faucet in an old fashioned white bathtub.
Both the clear quartz, known as the “Master Healer”, and amethyst are thought to be great for calming. Clear quartz is said to amplify other energies. Time to try a little Reiki on the water and myself. It was practically electric! When I placed my hands on the water, I literally had to push them down, the vibrations were so strong. After a Reiki session on myself and a quick tappping, I felt relaxed and ready to take on the day.
A purple mesh bag is floating near the bottom of a white bath tub with the ribbons floating to the sides like angel wings.
Do you have any bath time rituals? What are your favorite crystals to use?

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