Presumptive Assumptions

4th January, 2018 Miscellaneous

What is this crystal? If you join my member’s community you can find out! The Members Community A retreat participant asked me if I’d have time to view a video. ‘Unlikely’, was my response. A reply that was taken very badly indeed and which had huge repercussions throughout the week, although all part of the ongoing process of living out the chart. ‘After all,’ she said when we worked through it later, ‘all you were doing was wandering about with a cup of coffee in your...

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Burbulence, turbulence and hangover cures. Happy new year!

27th December, 2017 Miscellaneous

“How do I feel today? I feel as unfit as an unfiddle, And it is the result of a certain turbulence in the mind and an uncertain burbulence in the middle.           Ogden Nash, ‘Private Dining-room and Other New Verses’ The Day After - Edvard Munch Ok, so this is the usual picture of a hangover. A typical post-Christmas scenario for many - and if you’re suffering you’ll find some useful crystal remedies at the end of this blog. But that poem by Ogden Nash is so true,...

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A Crystal Christmas

17th December, 2017 Miscellaneous

Two minutes and four crystals make a world of difference to your festive season. The art of living is neither careless drifting on the one hand nor fearful drifting on the other. It consists in being sensitive to each moment, in regarding it as utterly new and unique, in having the mind open and wholly receptive. This blog started life as a Spirit & Destiny article in 2016, but it’s been reincarnated for 2017 and a new crystal added. I began by asking: Are you in a stress over...

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A Frog in a Bucket

13th December, 2017 Miscellaneous

Image: www.froglife.org I was emptying a bucket of Sea Foam Flint when the sludge in the bottom bounced. Repeatedly. Peering into the mud, a tiny frog was revealed. Presuming that it wouldn’t be able to get out without assistance, I took the bucket into a flower bed and tipped it at an angle, propped by a rock. I wanted to leave some water available as there’s no garden pond nearby and the river would be quite a hop for such a tiny creature. It had clearly arrived from somewhere wet....

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Lighting the depths of winter: Iolite and Sunstone

7th December, 2017 Miscellaneous

  “Into the darkness they go, the wise and the lovely. ” ― Edna St. Vincent Millay When I tried to insert an Iolite and Sunstone photo here, this is what came up. Clearly this is a uniting above and below stone! And one that is perfect for helping us to explore the luminescent darkness of winter, illuminating our way with vital sun-energy. It is the perfect stone to overcome the winter blues. Sunstone and Iolite can be beneficial in helping the being to see out of the...

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The Evil Eye. A sincere form of admiration?

29th November, 2017 Miscellaneous

  I know him by the evil eye That aids his envious treachery; I know him by his jet-black barb           The Giaour, Lord Byron I’ve just been reading Victoria Hislop’s Cartes Postales from Greece. I thought I’d join her on a nostalgic pilgrimage through unexpected places in Greece that I’ve enjoyed in the past. Her affection for the country and its people brings the places to life so vividly. I travel with her, seeing afresh through her eyes. I never...

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