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
Magic of Flowers Oracle
By Tess Whitehurst with are by Anne Wetheim
This oracle deck was inspired by Tess’s book The Magic of Flowers: A Guide to Their Metaphysical Uses & Properties.
When we were working with Tess on the concept, we tried to think about what would make a useful oracle deck. We knew that the meanings and remedies associated with the flowers where ideal for divination. But the card images had to be special. We didn’t want simply a picture of a flower. We wanted something in the image to convey the message in a more evocative way. Not everyone who sees a picture of a carnation would immediately think “rebirth,” which is the meaning of the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tess Whitehurst, author of Magical Housekeeping, The Good Energy Book, The Art of Bliss, Magical Fashionista, The Magic of Flowers, and the new Holistic Energy Magic and the forthcoming Magic of Flowers Oracle.
Something funny about being born with magical abilities is that you often don’t know it—or at least don’t fully realize the extent of it—because you assume that everyone else is having the exact same experience you are. It’s a natural assumption, because it’s all you’ve ever known! If you’re an empath, you think everyone else can feel other people’s feelings. If you’re an animal communicator, you think everyone else
Ah, how I love the first stirrings of February...the subzero temperatures, the constant scraping of frost off the windshield, the frequent snow showers, and the road-salt-encrusted boots. Lovely! But even more than that, I love leaving it all behind and attending PantheaCon, now in its 20th year. I've blogged about PantheaCon before, so I will spare you the details and cut to the chase - Llewellyn is hosting a hospitality suite this year, so if you're attending we'd love to see you! Publisher Bill Krause, publicist Kat Sanborn, and I will be taking turns hosting discussions, author events, and book launch parties in room 1057 all weekend!
Here is our full schedule - see you