Grape Chalcedony (Grape Agate)

29th March, 2017 Miscellaneous

The Wonderland Stone By Judy Hall Grape Chalcedony c. Judy Hall It seems that whenever challenges arise in the outside world, the crystal kingdom sends a new tool to assist the inner world cope. On the day of the terrorist attack on Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament, a large box arrived on my doorstep. It was the Grape Chalcedony (otherwise known as Grape Agate) I had ordered for my crystal group to assess. I’d been drawn to a picture of it on the wholesaler’s...

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Light bearing. Getting the message across

24th March, 2017 Miscellaneous

Julie, my lovely Facebook manager, sent me the draft of the newsletter announcing that the members’ community on my website was now open. The first 100 subscribers were to receive the free gift of a Lumi crystal. I noticed that the number 7 had crept in after the line ‘The Lumi are small but exceedingly potent. Be one of the first people to become a caretaker of these amazing beings.  Even after I pointed it out to her, and she thought she’d deleted it, the 7 remained. The penny dropped,...

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Bursting forth at the Spring Equinox

18th March, 2017 Miscellaneous

‘The Ancient Mysteries call forth a return to Nature’s rhythms on an intuitive level. Spirit and Nature in Harmony! The earth seasons are designed to promote specific evolutionary needs. The autumn is the seed planting time; the winter is the gestation of the seed and the taking root. The spring is the bursting forth of those new seeds to release new aspiring life to be harvested in the summer. These are always reflected in the hidden mysteries of Nature. The spring equinox opens the veil...

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Thelma and Louise go to Avebury

23rd March, 2016 Miscellaneous CLICK HERE AND LISTEN WHILE YOU READ THIS BLOG Avebury has long been one of my favourite sacred sites and I was sad not to have been able to include it in Crystals and Sacred Sites. It’s not that far from me so I was delighted when Sarah Lownds from Sarpenela Natural Therapies suggested we go there for one of our ‘play days’. We’d decided we weren’t getting enough relaxation time so have scheduled in some rejuvenating trips....

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Be a thriver not a survivor: Crystals to heal trauma and create inner peace

9th March, 2016 Miscellaneous

“We aren't the weeds in the crack of life. We're the strong, amazing flowers that found a way to grow in the most challenging conditions ~” ― Jeanne McElvaney, Spirit Unbroken: Abby's Story Having been asked to create a resource guide of crystals to heal emotional and psychological trauma, especially PTSD, I turned first to the crystals I use every day to deal with minor and not so minor traumas. I’ve had more than a few challenges myself during my three score years and ten so...

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On being me

26th March, 2015 Miscellaneous

‘Celebrating our uniqueness and being authentic from a calm centred place, can be liberating and empowering, but with a hands-on-hips, this is me, take it or leave it challenge, it can tip over into provocation.’ When Terrie Birch included the above advice in the March newsletter astrology forecast it gave me an insight into what might be happening in a certain situation. That’s the great thing about astrology. It helps us to handle tricky situations by pointing out things we might...

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