Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tess Whitehurst, author of a number of books, including Magical Housekeeping, You Are Magical, and the new Unicorn Magic.
Both crystals and unicorns are of the earth, and both also transcend the earthly plane to align us with the Otherworld, the realm of Faerie, and the eternal consciousness of Spirit. But some crystals are particularly aligned with unicorn energy, making them uniquely relevant to those of us drawn to the magic and wonder of the unicorn realm.
Here are 7 gemstones that will help you attune to the purifying, healing, and courage-inspiring realm of the unicorns.
Amethyst is a purple-colored quartz with a soothing
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ember Grant, author of Magical Candle Crafting and the new Book of Crystal Spells
Most people who travel bring home souvenirs—some people collect coffee mugs or post cards. I collect rocks. Or stone jewelry. Sometimes both. In crystal magic, stones we find in special places often hold memories that we cherish for a lifetime. We always remember finding that certain pendant or ring, and every time we wear the piece, we are reminded of that journey. I invite you to consider this in your crystal magic practice: use the pieces you buy on vacations or other adventures to work spells that keep that association strong.
Here's an example. When I
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Margaret Ann Lembo, author of Chakra Awakening.
It seems to be a consistent question, “How do I use this rock to improve my life?” Crystals, rocks, and gemstones (used interchangeably here) are tools to stay focused on your goals and intentions. Have you noticed the incessant chatter that goes on in your mind about worrisome things? It happens to everyone, even those adept at meditation and self-awareness.
These sparkling treasures from deep within the earth are gifts to distract us from those troubling thoughts as they call us over to our heart’s desires with their luminous light. They remind you to focus on what you do want, not