The molecules of a liquid crystal can move independently, as in a liquid, but they remain a little organized, as in a crystal (solid). These liquid crystals respond to temperature changes by changing color. As the temperature increases, its color changes from red to orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. Optical illusions due to the difference in light passing through single crystals cause a color change in gemstones.
Some crystals are known to change color, such as amethyst and turquoise, for example. Many colored crystals fade in direct sunlight and also gradually over time by indirect light. That's why I don't recommend cleaning the windows in sunlight or placing colored glass on a sunny window. The crystals have a lot of things inside, and therefore, noticing some unusual changes in the glass becomes a task of experts.
For example, there are cases where you see a rainbow inside the crystal that may be due to internal fractures of a crystal. In reality, there are many factors that affect the color of a glass. The crystals interact with the energies within you, as well as with the energies that surround you. Sometimes, the exchange of these energies can be so intense that it leaves a mark on the glass that is visible to the naked eye in the form of a crack or change in color.
These energy spikes are due to the fact that crystals tend to accelerate healing properties in some cases. For example, if a person feels very depressed and alone, rose quartz will absorb that person's negative thoughts and make him feel more optimistic and confident. This process can cause a color change in the rose quartz or even cause some previously unseen attribute to appear. Another factor that can cause a color change in a glass is sunlight, since there are stones that change color when kept in sunlight.
For example, alexandrite is a crystal that remains green during the day due to the effect of sunlight, while it changes to red at night due to lack of sunlight. Crystals are also affected by the environment in which they are placed, the temperature at which they are stored, and the amount of light they are exposed to. A key point that should be mentioned here is that not all crystals can be reused for healing once they have changed color. These crystals must be cleaned and can be kept on plants later.
Cleaning methods may include placing the crystals in soil or salt water or placing them under moonlight for a period of two to three weeks. Before using the crystals, one should always acquire a thorough knowledge of these crystals, as it will be beneficial to identify small changes in their crystals. Now, of course, a common reason for changes in a crystal is temperature changes. Which explains why a glass can change color when heated to a certain extent, such as body temperature.
The crystals come from the cold earth and respond to changes in temperature. Even when a crystal is removed from the ground, it can grow. Although this is usually such a slow process that we can't notice it. Light Part of the color you see when you look at a glass is light.
When light enters a crystal, its spectrum is broken and part of it is absorbed, while other parts are reflected. This changes the apparent color of the glass. It's better to let it relax its crystal clear veins if he's pointing at you with clouds, which means the curtains are closed for now. Occasionally, people report that a crystal completely changes shape or that new crystals grow from it.
There are many crystals that can change when exposed to direct sunlight, which will cause the glass to fade. Some of my crystals have a rainbow that slowly appears inside after using it to meditate or heal with crystals with my 7 chakras, now I think it is my energy that created it, thank you. It is possible, and in fact, many professionals base their glass care routines around this point, that most, if not all, glasses collect enough charge in a single session, to require cleaning immediately afterwards. The woman who originally sold it to me says I'm a glass changer, but I know that Roxy and the glass worked together to give me what I needed to overcome my pain.
Some people will notice a drastic change in their crystals like this if the glass is being used by someone suffering from a disease, is exposed to a highly toxic environment or situation (both energetically and physically), and is not cleaned and cleaned properly or regularly. The theory of the crystal field explains, among other things, what happens to light when it finds metals in different structural configurations within a crystal. When working with any gem, it is better to use black crystals or even brown crystals together with it. My opinion is that if you use a glass and it changes color or loses its color, or changes color to a lighter shade, it means that it is doing its job.
Yesterday I took out of my collection a purely transparent Dzi, similar to glass, with barely visible stripes on the surface, and I noticed that I had turned milky white inside, I can no longer see the crystal structure inside because it is no longer transparent. . .