A set of 7 beautiful tealight holders made of capiz shell, one for each of the 7 chakras.
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Add sparkle to your home with these delightful hand-crafted Birthstone Guardian Angel Sun catchers. Your suncatcher is made of clear and coloured Swarovski Crystals. Hang in a window to send a cascade of reflected rainbow all around. These beautiful angels make the perfect gift for any age group. There is a silver coloured angel measuring approximately 40mm which sits above smaller Swarovski crystals leading down to one heart-shaped crystal at the bottom measuring approximately 15mm. This particular Gardian Angel is in Crystal, ideal for those with April Birthdays! ..
Lavender Organic Essential Oil (10ml by Star Child) - the favourite oil of aromatherapists, Lavender is incredibly versatile and useful. Because of its balanced nature, it agrees with just about anybody. In aromatherapy it can be used for all skin types, but is particularly soothing for inflammatory skin conditions, acne, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis nappy rash and boils. It is an excellent first aid remedy for burns and prevents scarring.It is also very effective for treating insect bites. Lavender is used to treat infections of the upper respiratory tract, though Lavender Spike is better suited for this purpose. It is a well known and singularly useful remedy for light-headedness or dizziness, and is even effective in fainting or as a first aid remedy for shock. Lavender can be used for depression, tension headaches, stress and anxiety. LAVENDER, Organic Lavendula sp. Planet: Mercury History & Mythology Lavender, without a doubt, is the most commonly used essential oil in aromatherapy and cosmetics. Its scent is so neat and clean and tidy and soothing and pleasant - in short, reminiscent of grandma's linen closet. Lavender is indeed used in numerous household products, such as soaps and washing powders. But Grandma probably placed a little sachet stuffed with Lavender flowers between her linens, which not only lent them that special scent of floral freshness, but also kept the moths and bugs away. The very name 'Lavender' is descriptive of these age-old uses, which go back to Roman times. The Latin word 'lavare' from which 'Lavender' derives, simply means 'to wash'. Although Lavender is a Mediterranean herb and at home in the dry, hot climate of the Provence, it has also long been cultivated as a commercial crop in Britain. In southern Europe, Lavender flowers early and provides welcome spring nectar for busy bees. The resulting honey is sold as a precious delicacy. However, in France the deeply violet flowered French Lavender (L stoechas) is by far the most common species encountered in the wild. It has been used medicinally in France as well as in England until about the middle of the 18th century and was an important ingredient of the famous 'vinegar of the four thieves', which at the time was hailed as one of the most effective preventative remedies against the plague. Lavender also had the power to ward off other invisible demons and devils, and was burnt for protection at the summer solstice. Magical use: Lavender is perhaps one of the best oils to use for purification, protection and for healing rituals. It calms and centres the mind and is a great aid for meditation. Its superior balancing qualities are ideal for chakra-balancing. It can be used to seal a platonic friendship, especially between teacher and student. Lavender is a plant of Mercury, and is well suited to calm an overactive mind and to stabilize emotions. It may be used for studying, as it may deepen understanding, but should be avoided in case of mental exhaustion (it will send you to sleep). Scent: Lavender has a unique floral scent, sweet, yet somewhat punchy. It blends well with the citrus oils, Bergamot, Myrtle, Chamomile, Frankincense, Clary Sage, Geranium, Labdanum, Vetivert, and Patchouli. ..
Product InformationOur salt lamps are made from natural Himalayan crystal salt rock formed millions of years ago in the foothills of the Himalayas.Each lamp is beautifully hand crafted enhancing the natural shape of the rock. The warm glow of the lamp creates a comfortingand relaxing atmosphere in any room. Each lamp comes complete with a wooden base, power cord, lamp and switch.The benefits of Himalayan Salt LampsSalt itself is a mineral that has been used for many years to help people to rest and rejuvenate. Salt mines and caves are traditional ways of using salt therapy and are becoming very popular as they have been proven to help with people's mood and their overall sense of calm having rested for a period of time in a room where a salt lamp is on.How does it work?Negative ions, which are abundant in salt, help to neutralise and balance out any positive ions that are in the air. For example, before a thunderstorm strikes you can feel the tension building in the air - this means that positive ions are building up. Once the storm breaks the air produces electrical charges and rain falls producing negative ions.Himalayan Salt Lamps can help to counteract the electronic vibrations and positive ions in any area of your home. The lamps can remove moisture from the air, help to neutralise any 'electro-smog', reduce allergens and irritants and create a soothing, calm atmosphere for you, your friends and your family to relax in...
This Brass Incense Cone Burner makes it easy to enjoy your favourite incense cones. The classic design keeps the burning incense self-contained and safe, while the aromatic smoke is gently and steadily released through the star-shaped holes. Simply place an incense cone inside the holder, light the tip and wait for it to glow. Then carefully blow out the flame and place the lid on top for beautiful fragrance in any room. Height 9cm, Diameter 6cm ..
Frankincense Essential Oil (5ml), from Star Child, can be used in aromatherapy skin care preparations to tone mature skin and to smooth wrinkles. It is often used as an inhalant for conditions of the upper respiratory tract. But it is most valuable as an oil for emotional wellbeing and balance. It opens the heart chakra and helps to overcome grief and loss. It is very effective in times of stress for those who 'burn the candle at both ends'. It is deeply relaxing, yet lifts the spirit beyond the worries of the here and now. It is energizing and seems to lighten the load when one feels overwhelmed with pressure. FRANKINCENSE Boswellia carterii Planet: Sun History & Mythology No resin is as widely used for ceremonial and ritual purposes as Frankincense. In the ancient world it played a significant economic role. Damascus, which was the centre of Frankincense trade, was built and significantly embellished by the profits gained from incense trade. At that time, Frankincense was valued higher than gold. According to Pliny, it took 62 days to travel the length of the Incense Route from the Dead Sea to Jerusalem, a journey fraud with peril, but also a very lucrative adventure. Unfortunately, things that are lucrative quickly become corrupt, and thus it is the sad truth that even before the birth of Christ traders adulterated Frankincense with other gums and resins. Frankincense was burned in great quantities at every sacred occasion, though in Rome it was used for secular ceremonies as well. Even to this day, Frankincense is the by far most widely used incense, since the Roman Catholic Church burns little else. But Frankincense was not just used for its spiritual qualities; it was also valued as a cosmetic ingredient and as medicine. Magical use: Frankincense opens the heart chakra and attunes the mind to the highest spiritual vibrations - it exudes sacredness. It is used for consecration and as an offering to the Gods. An excellent oil for meditation and contemplation of spiritual love and wisdom. Frankincense banishes negative energies and demons. It can be used for purification and protection, especially in ceremonial or ritual settings.. It aids study, particularly of spiritual or philosophical matters, and is useful for all kinds of healing rituals. Scent: An uplifting, bright, clear, punchy scent with a balsamic undertone. Blends well with Chamomile, Vetivert, Bergamot, Mimosa, Lavender, Camphor, Basil, Orange, Cinnamon, Benzoin and Geranium. QUALITY AND PURITY We only supply the finest quality essential oils certified for Aromatherapy use. This assures that during the process of extraction, handling and bottling our oils receive all possible care and attention, and that the highest quality and purity is maintained throughout the preparation process. SAFETY ** ** Pure essential oils are highly concentrated substances that should always be treated with due respect. Organic oils naturally are the purest oils available. ..
An assortment of 7 tealight candles, each candle is a different colour and fragrance representing the 7 chakras. Made from 100% pure natural Palm Wax containing 3% pure essential oils. Burn Time: Approximately 5 hours. Size: Each candle measures approx. 1.5cm in height, and 3.7cm in diameter. Each set contains one of the following:- Chakra 1 (Red) MuladharaWith a fragrance of Cassia, Clove and Nutmeg Chakra 2 (Orange) SwadisthanaWith a fragrance of Cedar, Spruce and Rosemary Chakra 3 (Yellow) ManipuraWith a fragrance of Bergamot, Lime and Grapefruit Chakra 4 (Green) AnahataWith a fragrance of Lavandin, Orange and Tangerine Chakra 5 (Blue) VishuddaWith a fragrance of Moroccan Rose and Chamomile Chakra 6 (Indigo) AjnaWith a fragrance of Lavender, Fir and Chamomile Chakra 7 (Purple) SahasraraWith a fragrance of Patchouli, Labdanum and Frankincense What are Chakras?Seven spirals of energy known as chakras can be found in a vertical formation from our tailbone to the top of our head. Meaning ‘wheels of light’ in Sanskrit, Chakras filter energy by allowing good energy in and disposing of unwanted energy from vital areas of our bodies. As well as working with the energy around us, Chakras interact closely with our bodies’ organs and endocrine glands, which regulate hormones. When all of our chakras are balanced we feel healthy, strong and emotionally well. Yet Chakras that are out of balance can cause illness, psychological blocks and emotional problems.Chakras were first derived from Hindu culture and are often depicted as coloured lotus flowers positioned along the spine, ascending from the base. The lotus flower represents human potential, as the lotus starts its life at the bottom of a muddy pond, yet rises and blossoms in the light above. The lotus flower’s transformation symbolises everyone’s potential to grow and prosper, something that balanced chakras can facilitate...
A lovely rainbow maker featuring a cute robin motif and autumnal coloured Swarovski© Crystals, finished with a large almond drop. Hang somewhere sunny and watch as little rainbows appear around your home. Size: approx 25cm from top of the chain to bottom of crystal. ..
Create a relaxing environment with there candles, one for each of the 7 Chakras. Natural & sustainably made from stearin and coco wax. ..
Information: 400 pages, paperback Written by: Judy Hall The back cover says: This third volume of the bestselling Crystal Bible presents more than 250 new generation, high-vibration stones for healing and transformation. Included are many rare minerals whose esoteric properties are not described elsewhere. This essential guide also includes a section on crystal skulls, crystal beings, Madagascan stones, and how to work with the 'new' chakras, such as the Soul Star and Manifestation chakras, that are stimulated by the powerful crystals featured. Judy Hall Judy Hall is an internationally renowned author who’s written a range of books on subjects such as past lives, crystals, reincarnation, astrology, healing and psychology. A natural psychic, she’s worked as a karmic counsellor for over 30 years, as well as doing healing, astrology, broadcasting and running workshops. Judy is very knowledgeable about world religions and mythology and has a B.Ed in Religious Studies and a Masters in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology. One of her great mentors was Christine Hartley, famed for being Dion Fortune’s metaphysical colleague and literary agent. Judy has been actively involved in media work, both promoting her books, as well as her strong interest in reincarnation, and articles about her have appeared in magazines and newspapers around the world. She’s also done a lot of TV and radio work too, both locally in various regions of the UK, nationally and internationally. When not writing books, Judy works as a healer and counsellor, utilising natural healing methods and divination, and has clients from varied walks of life. She’s also involved in running workshops and, again, these take her around the world. ..