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Using the Color Indigo in Healing
Indigo has a power and depth that goes beyond lighter shades of blue. It is the color of the night sky lit with stars and it stimulates our psychic senses.
Using the Color Orange in Healing
Orange is a warming color which carries a feeling of wellbeing and fuels our creativity. Its vibrancy is enlivening and it can lift us out of despondency into a creative and positive state.
Using the Color Red in Healing
Red is the warmest color in the spectrum. It is of immense use when we need energy and vitality, passion and the drive to make things happen.
Using the Color Violet in Healing
Violet has the fastest vibration of any color in the spectrum. For this reason many people on a spiritual path feel drawn towards violet.
Using the Color Yellow in Healing
Yellow is the most cheerful of the healing rays. If you are feeling gloomy then yellow is the color to lift your mood; it is a real pick me up and supports a positive mindset.
Using Vibrational Essences and Guidance Cards
I’ve been sent several review decks of guidance cards to accompany vibrational essences. This is an enjoyable way of working with essences and you can either buy commercial sets or make your own.
Versatile Quartz Crystal
Most crystal healers would agree that clear quartz crystal is the most versatile of all the stones we work with. Its clarity transmits white light in healing, which contains the whole colour spectrum. If I could only work with one type of crystal this would be my choice.
Warding Off the Energy Vampires
Energy vampires aren't much discussed, but they do exist and can cause significant problems. Luckily you don't need to cut off their head & drive a stake through their heart to sort them out!
Wearing Talismans, Amulets and Symbolic Jewelry
Since ancient times mankind has worn symbolic jewelry to bring good luck, love, health, harmony, prosperity and protection. Some of the amulets and talismans we commonly wear have a history that goes back millennia.
What are Mandalas?
Mandalas are ancient and found across many cultures. Mandala is a Sanskrit word which is usually translated as meaning ‘round’. The simplest description of a mandala is a pattern, often circular, that represents more than itself. They are ‘cosmic maps’ that connect us to our place in the universe.
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