While it has been on our proverbial "to do" list for months to add some chakra/healing stones to the healing center's store it had yet to be accomplished. However the other day the "divine fire" was there and we spontaneously and intuitively selected several stones to help supplement healing and connection to several energies. All of the stones were carefully deliberated upon and the write ups reflect our knowledge and experience with the stones.
Included with the stones are print out references from "Love is in the Earth" by Melody a truly wonderful resource for anyone wanting to work with stones in a healing capacity!
View the healing stones available now!
Sunday, May 23, 2010
Healing comes in many forms and I decided upon seeing this unique and lacy stitch pattern that I would try it out, it would look lovely no matter the color that was used to express it in form, but I really thought a nice variegated yarn would add to it enough to make the simple design even more remarkable! It will be a 'scrap' project and one that will incorporate several (possibly) other color schemes and color but for it's beginnings this is where it lies! Made to be a delicate wrap for about the waist or neck it combines the healing energies of several colors across a Autumn color palette, rather than just one or two main colors.
Saturday, May 22, 2010
The mini prayer squares were inspired by a larger version - being garter stitched and 4" square. I decided, being a novice knitter that a smaller version would suffice. They are the perfect fit for a keychain, pocket, purse, or somewhere that needs something inconspicuous or where space really is an issue and a shawl is too large. I chose to make them of cotton to be more "natural" but also because of the gentle colors associated with the stash that I had lying about.
Friday, May 21, 2010
Beautiful, simply ribbed knitted prayer shawl! This is my first one and as such I am very excited about it. Based on the "Cape Cod Shawl" from The Prayer Shawl Companion I thought it was a wonderful simple and yet elegant piece of work. Some time ago I ago had a dream about making a pink shawl of some sort for a dear friend who has just this year lost her mother. I thought a pink would do well and be a wonderful healing and comforting color - signifying the heart chakra and waves of love enveloping the wearer in loving and comforting vibes.