Have you ever fallen in love with a ring or necklace? Perhaps there's a reason! Gems and crystals have metaphysical and healing qualities that can support you physically, emotionally, and spiritually. This innovative guide will help you choose a piece of jewelry ideal for your unique life path.
Diamonds enhance your creativity. Rubies teach us about love. Opals fuel intuition and offer healing. Which stones are right for you? Shakti Carola Navran offers a thorough introduction to astrology to help you identify the challenges and spiritual needs evident in your birth chart. A detailed list of sixty-four gems and crystals—with full-color photos of polished stones and finished jewelry—makes it easy to find the minerals that can balance these conflicting energies. You'll learn how to "program" your stone with joy, peace of mind, self-confidence, or any other quality. There's also helpful information for choosing the form (ring, earrings, or necklace), selecting the metal setting, and incorporating symbols into your unique piece of jewelry.
The colors to which we are drawn each day reveal our innermost feelings and goals. Why one day are we drawn to a magenta shirt, and the next a black one? How can paying attention to these subconscious color choices help us improve our lives? Margaret Ann Lembo, author of The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals and Stones, describes how to make the most of our color choices, and provides a few affirmations to help us achieve our goals through the use of colors and gemstones.
Crystal grids are similar to mandalas; they are simply an arrangement of stones in a pattern for the specific purpose of directing energy toward a goal. The variety of combinations is limited only by your imagination. For this particular grid, ...
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Chinese Healing Exercises, also known as Chinese Self-Care Exercises, are short; easy to learn; able to be practiced in very little time by just about anyone; can be personalized to your exact needs; and require very little space to perform. As Ben Franklin once famously said, "An ounce of prevention is worth a... read this article