Crystal The practitioner places crystals on different parts of the body, often corresponding to chakras, or places crystals around the body in an attempt to construct an “energy grid”, which is purported to surround the client with healing energy.
When the stones are placed in the area of the chakras, the colour of the stones may correspond to the colour which is said to be associated with the corresponding chakra. Going from the tail bone to the top of the head, the colours are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. Stones may also be used at the feet in an attempt at grounding the individual, or held in the hands.] Practitioners may also use tools such as crystal wands, which are placed near the receiver’s body, or near a certain ‘blocked’ chakra, or use to perform psychic surgery, normally conducted with laser quartz wands.
As Goldman asserts, crystals are powerful, transformational tools, capable of even turning sound into light. While we may consider crystals to be both inert and lifeless, the reality is they constitute and comprise the very essence of our physical and even energetic composition. Our bodies, like crystals, are composed of silicone and water, and that is why we can so intensely feel the vibration of a crystal bowl resonating within us. If we believe that crystals are as much a part of the web of connection as we are, then we can readily recognize that crystals have the ability to act as intermediaries, enabling us to communicate and connect with higher levels of consciousness and existence. Crystals have unique paths—and it is believed by energy workers and healers that they too, have their own karmic lessons to fulfill and experience, not unlike humans. If one truly espouses the belief that everything in the Universe is interconnected, then one must recognize that crystals are really just another manifestation or reflection of who we are.
Known as “the stone of transition”, Lepidolite helps shift and restructure old energy patterns and brings light and hope to a situation. Use Lepidolite to reduce stress associated with change. Lepidolite is known to alleviate depression, bringing serenity from the knowledge that the Universe will always provide. The calming nature of Lepidolite can help one to enter a deep meditative state. Lepidolite is helpful for releasing emotional and energetic blockages, and is said to help those with ADD, OCD, or Bipolar disorder.
Beauty quartz crystal grid .Crystal grids are purposeful and specialized crystal placements corresponding to a systematic pattern, utilizing several crystals at least. These patterns can be based on simple polygonal shapes or even certain sacred geometry symbols.
Sacred geometry is a field of study that is based on the principle that all things in the universe follow a predefined construct corresponding to their atomic or molecular vibration. These shapes and patterns can be observed in art, music, architecture, and even in the nests, shells or bones of living things. For anyone who wants to study the subject more, suffice to say, there is a lot to study within it.
No matter what the grid is shaped like, their purpose is the same – to augment each other’s energy and/or create an energy field. Crystal grids are used for a variety of purposes, such as for physical or spiritual healing, protection, meditation, and enhancing the energy vibrations in a location.
What are Animal Spirit Guides?
They are teachers, mentors, and friends… who come in the form of animals. They don’t come to you in a physical body, although they may occasionally appear in physical form.
It are also called a Totem Animal, spiritual animal guide, power animal, or spirit animal.
Animals have their own kind of intelligence, and great skills unique to them. Your Animal Guides share these gifts with you.
Animal Spirit Guides are more than animals, though. They embody the spiritual essence of the animal… the Divine form of the animal. So in a way, your Animal Guides speak for God, as intermediaries between you and the Divine All.
Goddess Yama West African, Brazilian and Afro-Caribbean goddess Yemaya is Mother Water, orisha of the oceans. She represents mother love and the affairs of women - fertility, children, birthing, the home and family. She is the merciful goddess of creation and protector of women during conception and childbirth, and of children during their childhood. She is the deep ocean of comfort for those in need.
African deities (orishas) are usually represented by flowing, swirling images of colour and movement, depicting the elemental energies rather than an anthropomorphised image. Yemaya’s energy is depicted with sky blue, white and silver swirling colour. In other images, she is a mermaid or a beautiful woman.
Yemaya brings forth and protects life through all the highs and lows, even during the worst atrocities that can be suffered. She reminds women to take time out for themselves, to nurture their own needs and to respect their deserved position in life.
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