Crystals, with all of their healing capabilities, have fully infiltrated the American wellness culture over the last decade: Crystal Light Therapy, was first implemented years ago by the João de Deus healing community in Brazil. The Quantum Resonance Crystal Bed Therapy takes place naturally, on a crystal bed, which was “custom-built with intention” by Quantum Resonance in Sedona.
Art to Zen founder Patti Haught now offers this at her Cookeville Wellness Center to round out a lengthy roster of holistic practices including Rife therapy, Microcurrent, Massage, Neurofeedback, Live Blood Analysis and Zyto scans.
There are “healing” amethyst crystals on the table itself, and there is an infrared heating mat on top of it, which feels nice and warm. There is also a small white machine attached to one side that plays binaural beats through plush headphones and vibrates the bed in time to the music. Most importantly, there are seven “extremely clear, highly polished precise Vogel quartz crystals, cut to a specific frequency” hanging over the bed (these align with your chakras).
So what does Crystal Bed Therapy actually do? The possibilities are endless. “The idea is you come in with an intention of ‘I’d like to release what I don’t want, to bring in something I do want. The scalar energy that goes through you can actually help to release those blocks that are energetically happening in the body, and you begin to re-vibrate to the proper frequencies. “It’s pretty wild,” Using light, sound, magnetics, frequency, and special patterns of these combinations, the crystal bed creates a holistic approach to wellbeing that leaves you energized and feeling great.