Drawing Inspiration from your Crystal Healing Practice
July 22, 2015Hi Crystal Hottie! I have a special treat for you today! Remember when we used to do those Crystal Healer Interviews here on my blog? I very rarely accept guest posts, but from time to time I like to bust out of that model & invite some inspiring Crystal Workers into my space. I know many of you soooo enjoyed hearing from others who are also passionate about using crystal therapy everyday. It fuels us to keep doing more of what we're doing, right? And then go out & share it with the world. :) Well, the Crystal Healer Interviews are back! I have a few lovely Hibiscus Moon Certified Crystal Healers who've decided to step out here on my blog.Keep Reading
Omg! The Best Crystal Mining Adventure Ever!
July 15, 2015So we're back & I'm now sitting down to try to round up all the content I collected while out on our magical Crystal Dig RV Trip. It truly was a rolling sacred biz trip. Since I already gave you all the highlights in my weekly Glitter Updates, I'll try to stick to just the actual crystal-digging in Hot Springs, AR here in this post. NOTE TO SELF: FOCUS! FOCUS! So this was the adventure of a lifetime. I'm so glad Frankie (my hubby) & I did it! In this video I:
- compare & contrast the 2 main mines we went to, how to find them
- show some of the crystals we hand-mined
- give you digging tips
- tell about the supplies you'll need
- explain why this was.
WARNING: If Toxic Crystals Are So Bad, Why Do Some Recommend Them?
July 8, 2015If Toxic Crystals Are So Bad, Why Do Some Recommend Them? Well, I really cannot say why some recommendations don't give at least a fair warning, but I suppose that most who are recommending the crystals assume the danger is low. Sometimes it is...and sometimes it isn't. Here's a really good question I was recently asked by a student: If Cinnabar is a toxic crystal why do crystal healing books recommend it? For that matter, why would anyone recommend working with ANY toxic crystals at all? In this video I answer that question Cinnabar are the red crystals in the photo below. The proper mineral name for Cinnabar happens to be Mercury sulfide. Cinnabar has a Mohs hardness (that’s a term we use to determine how.Keep Reading
Want to know how it all began? How I started working with Crystals
June 10, 2015 Transcript of the video: First, I want to tell you about a couple of things. A lot of you ask me about crystal skulls. We actually get pretty in-depth into that in my Advanced Crystal Master Course. A magazine that I subscribe to Rock & Gem, in its August 2014 issue, had a really good article on crystal skulls called Art or Artifacts. They tried to keep it relatively based in fact so that you can get a good overview as far as what’s what with the crystal skulls (giving you the facts) & then you can make up your mind from there. So, I thought that was a good article & I wanted to bring that up and tell you about that. Then.Keep Reading