Healing Crystals the A-Z guide to 430 gemstones
Healing Crystals ticks all the boxes – it is compact – the pictures are clear ( I have even found one crystal I have in a wand nobody I asked knew what it was) – the information is no nonsense and straight to the point – the price is excellent. Please pass on my thanks to Michael Gienger for writing a book I will take great pleasure in reading and recommending.” Rebecca Waldron-Smith, Crystals by Enchantment
About the Author
Michael Gienger is the top authority on Crystal Healing throughout the German-speaking countries. In his 10 publications so far, he has combined spiritual and scientific knowledge in a well-founded but easy to understand way, making his work accessible to a wide audience. Other titles by Michael Gienger in UK and US: Crystal Healing, Crystal Power by Cassel/Octopus.
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74 of 76 people found the following review helpful.
Good pocket guide for buying healing crystals
I was a bit surprised to see that it’s such a small book as I have been spoiled by Judy Hall’s Crystal Bible. But I like the fact that this book has photographys of all the crystals listed in the book with short descriptions of the Spiritual, Soul, Mental, Physical aspects or benefits of each crystal.
Though it is not as detailed as Crystal Bible, it is more pocketable when doing your crystal shopping. It’ll be handy if the shops do not have their own reference books on crystal healing. It even has some crystals that are not being described by Crystal Bible.
49 of 49 people found the following review helpful.
Strongly recommended pocket guide
By M. W. Price
This is one I’m recommending to all my attuned friends: more stones included than in even “The Crystal Bible” (J. Hall) in an even smaller format for easy transport to shops and shows. Very little is lost in the German to English translation, and this book includes clear color photo illustrations. There is information about specific agate markings I haven’t found in any of the many other crystal healing books I have reviewed. The only drawbacks to this book are that it does not go into the detail that “Bible” and others do and it does not include information about how to use the stones therapeutically, but this is not the point of the book. The book is an excellent, extensive photo reference with space for the reader to indicate which stones have been collected, not a textbook on healing with stones. It is a worthwhile addition to your library on crystal healing.
27 of 28 people found the following review helpful.
A good book to start with
By P. A. Church
Even though the book is small, it is filled with so much information. I love it because it is small enough to keep with me when I am looking for crystals and stones. It is a must have to your collection!
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