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The crystal place in town did a Chakra day, and it was fun. Not as much as I hoped, but it was good for their first event.

I won a 15 minute neurospa session, and this is my entry into the crystal grid contest:

I went in without any idea of what I'm doing, but my intuition guided me pretty well. This is the write up I included with my submission to the Rock Spa itself.
My crystal grid is a bit outside the box. The centrepiece is my pride and joy, an obsidian crystal ball. Surrounding it are four raw obsidian chunks with four Smokey quartz pyramids between. On the north and south ends of the grid are tumbled Jade. A row of three tektite flank the ball, and four quartz points direct energy inwards.

This grid is set up to help me as I transition back to school. I am attending Conestoga college from accounting, and I'm in my second (of three) years. I moved unto this program from bookkeeping, and it's brought new stresses and challenges. The intend of this grid is to give me a focal point, where I can focus my stressed out energy and accept harmony and tranquility. I plan on leave it set up until I am back at school in September.

Obsidian is a protective stone, and absorbs negative energies. Smokey quartz helps to elevate moods and manage stress. Jade encourages tranquility and harmony. Finally, tektite is a high vibrational stone, associated with expanded consciousness.

The best part of today though was the eclipse. It was only partial here, but it was an amazing experience.

There was a post going around, I think on Facebook, saying what the eclipse had in store for you based on your zodiac sign. Mine mentioned epiphanies and I shrugged it off and put it out of my mind.

After the eclipse, I was talking about how I remember my first eclipse, which was a lunar eclipse. I also remember Hale-Bopp. Between those two things....It was my first religious experience. I was six or seven.

And today really affirmed that. Space and planets...those are what matters most to me in my spiritual path. Crystals are great, and I want to like herbs. But space...thats the real core of things. And suddenly....there it is. The answer I was hunting for. I feel like i have a direction now. Space.

And in the car I realized, that's an epiphany. I did have an epiphany.

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So I don't even know how I got to the farmer's almanac site, but there I was and I found out it had some really cool and useful stuff for my practice.

It's very obvious I'm not the target market for these guys, but I'm looking forward to going through it and printing out relevant stuff, like moon charts, astrological "best days" and the like. It's even customized for my area code.

I definitely think I'll get a copy every year. I'm a little disappointed I can't "subscribe" for the digital copies and get it each year without needing to remember, but the digital is cheaper, and no shipping. You can with the physical, I believe.

It's okay though, I can probably put reminders somewhere, lol.

I took a friend to an appointment today and we did some shopping after. First was at this amazing hippy store called Grasshopper. It's got a lot of neat things. I got a Karimba finger piano, and a tie-dyed headband. We also picked up some tie dyed onesies for the twins and Shara. They had cute baby mukluks too, but it's too hot, obviously, and knowing mine and Kylo's genes, the girls will have GIANT feet so who knows what size they'd need for winter.

We also went to the crystal store. And they had some stuff hidden behind an 18+ curtain. So, being 18+, we looked.

Crystal dicks. SO MANY DICKS.

I got a small smokey quartz one in honor of my grey trash lord. (There is a relevant story about why this is extra funny, and I'll get it up on my regular blog)


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