Yoni Eggs are quality tools that if cared for properly, will last you a lifetime. Yet, a lot of women are wondering…how? This blog will answer the majority of questions you may have about yoni egg care.
The very first thing you’ll want to do whenever you receive a new yoni egg is cleanse it, both spiritually and physically.
Depending on the source of your yoni egg, you’ll want to make certain that follow these steps with care. Remember, these stones, like all crystals, can pick up energies from the manufacturing and delivery transit process, before they finally reach your doorstep. You don’t necessarily want your mailman’s energy going into your womb, I’m guessing? Didn’t think so.
Do yourself the favor of starting this journey with a clean slate. Below is my reccomendation for beginners, with basics of how to start caring for your yoni eggs.
After receiving your stone you’ll want to physically cleanse it–especially if you intend to use it internally. Here’s how:
- Bring a pot of water to a boil
- Once boiling, remove the pot from the burner and pour water into a glass or ceramic bowl
- Allow the water to cool (I wait until the water is cool enough that I can stick a finger inside without burning me)
- When the water’s cooled enough, place your stone in the water and leave it there for 10-15minutes
Note: Do not–I repeat–DO NOT put your stone in boiling water. You WILL crack your stone under the heat. It will NOT be a good time. Trust me.
Smudge it: Smudging has been used for entries as a technique for energetic cleansing. Find yourself some California white sage, palo santo, or incense to smudge your yoni egg before each use.
Use white light visualization: This simple visualization is powerful so don’t sleep on the magic of the white light. Hold your yoni egg in your hand and visualize that your stone is submerged in white cleansing light. Maintain the visualization until you get a good sense that your stone has been energetically cleansed.
Bathe it in salt water: Get yourself some clean water and pink himalayan salt or pure sea alt and leave your stone in the water overnight.
Note: Not all stones can tolerate salt baths, so make sure you do your research before you try this one.
Bury it in the earth: Simply find yourself a flower pot and bury your egg in the dirt for a period of time. Use your intuition to determine how long. You can also bury it at the base of a tree for an extra boost of healing and cleansing renewal.
Note: Same as above–not all stones are going to be able to tolerate the moisture of the earth, so make sure you research before trying this.
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