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  • 2018! A Reflection

    2018! A Reflection

    We embrace the holiday season with those we love, celebrating the magic of life and all the abundance it has to offer. We share stories in the sanctuaries of our homes nestled in the city with friends and family about our experiences, accomplishments, breakthroughs, expansions, connections, trials and tribulations of the past year. One common thread of discussion is the amazing community that we are so grateful to...

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  • Mother of Healing Stones

    Mother of Healing Stones

     Amethyst is sometimes referred to as the mother of healing stones. It is able to work with the third eye chakra to boost intuition and psychic abilities. It is also heralded as one of the most calming stones, able to relieve restlessness and insomnia. It is also a powerful aid for transitioning from outworn habits and addictions.

      DID YOU KNOW?

    The name amethyst translates in Greek to, “not drunken.”...

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  • Fire & Earth

    Fire & Earth

    Smudging is a purifying, cleansing, exorcising, and blessing act which has been practiced by tribal communities around the world for thousands of years. The burning of carefully selected and respectfully harvested plant materials for energy cleansing, ceremonies, blessings, healings, celebrations and rites of passage is a grounding tradition which reconnects us with our tribal roots, the divine, our profound partnership with nature, and all the fellow humans that have walked...

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  • Healing Vibrations

    Healing Vibrations

    If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies. One reason sound heals on a physical level is because it so deeply touches and transforms us on the emotional and spiritual planes. Sound can redress imbalances on every...

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  • Ancient Power Beads

    Ancient Power Beads

    Rudraksha beads are malas, 108 beads strung into a set of prayer beads. The beads are seeds from the Rudraksha evergreen tree. These particular malas have been used by Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists as rosaries as early as the 10th century. They can be used as a meditation tool, as well as to sanctify the mind, body and soul. The word Rudraksha is derived from "Rudra" (Shiva, the Hindu God...

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