Discover dozens of spells that you can use for health, love, home and garden, problem solving, dreams, astral travel, and much more. With hands-on spells, rituals, grids, and other magical methods, The Book of Crystal Spells is a practical and in-depth guide to using stones in creative ways.
• Find tips on cleansing and charging your stones • Learn to craft magical jewelry, amulets, and talismans • Incorporate numerology, meditations, elixirs, and crystal grids in your spellwork • Expand your magic practice by using glass, sand, metals, quartz crystal points, and more
Increase your knowledge of crystal spells with accessible exercises and extensive appendices and correspondences. Whether a beginner or an expert, take your magic to a higher level with the magic of stones, which gives you access to the energetic connection between you and the universe.
Apatite may not be the most widely used stone in crystal magic, but it is a beautiful crystal with many nurturing properties. But how—and for what—should you use it? Ember Grant, author of The Book of Crystal Spells, provides some information about how to use apatite, including three of her own apatite crystal spells.
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