We have been talking for ten minutes, and laughing, and she starts to tell me a story about John that follows on from her train of thought about doing what you want in life: “You know when John passed away we had been trying not to eat chocolate, to be healthy. He loved chocolate so much, but I would say, ‘Let’s not do that.’ But two nights before he died, he was in the studio, and I thought I’d go out and buy something.
“I thought, ‘Why don’t I get him a chocolate bar?’ So I came back with a bar of chocolate… ” her voice trails off, and suddenly the eyes looking at me from behind the trademark dark glasses are filled with tears. “Even now it makes me choke up a bit.” She starts to sob gently, but takes a deep breath and continues: “I didn’t know he was going to die, but he was so happy that I got him chocolate. Isn’t that amazing?”
Agate: aids self-diagnosis and visualization.
Amethyst: helps you to center and expand the meditation experience, hold one in each hand.
Ametrine: speeds the meditation process, so you get to your own deepest state in less time.
Apophyllite: promotes reflection.
Blue Quartz: helps you reach a state of bliss, enlightenment, or peak experience.
Carnelian: provides inner strength in long meditations and is especially suitable for retreats.
Celestite: helps you to identify and promote your dreams, ambitions and goals in life.
Charoite: brings clarity to the mind and stillness to the body.
Fire Opal: aids vision.
Fluorite: clears and stills the mind, bringing focus.
Garnet: connects to the heart and base chakras, grounding emotion and the meditative experience.
Golden Calcite: aids healing visualizations.
Hessonite: helps you go to the “next level” from wherever you are.
Imperial Topaz: advances enlightenment, the universal connection to everything, giving a feeling of oneness or bliss, and enhances visualization and distant healing.
Kunzite: is centering, helps you reach a deep state of meditation, and promotes intuition.
Kyanite: helps you get started with the process of meditation.
Malachite: is good for looking deep within yourself, aiding the release of emotions, and bringing stillness.
Morganite: helps to fill the space in your heart created by loss of grief and helps expand your meditation to send out love from your heart to the world.
Peridot: promotes the search for enlightenment.
Petalite: helps you stay grounded during and after meditation and bring the experience into your everyday life.
Petrified Wood: connects to past lives.
Pietersite: encourages visions and supports visualization during guided meditation.
Prehnite: helps you to get started with the process of meditation.
Quartz Crystal: supports all meditations and each stage of the process.
Red Jasper: keeps you grounded while promoting the meditative state.
Ruby: creates a connection between the base, heart, and crown chakras, promoting peak experiences, bliss, or the feeling of connection to everything around you.
Smokey Quartz: clears the ind and gives auric protection during deep meditations.
Spirit Quartz: aids insight into family and community problems.
Tanzanite: facilitates visualization and understanding gained during meditations.
Tiger’s Eye: supports distant healing.
Titanium Quartz: helps you see many possibilities.
Verdelite: a green variety of tourmaline, aids visualization.
Turquoise: grounds peak experienes.
Vanadinite: creates a state of “no mind” (when thoughts are absent); aids visualization, and helps circular breathing (inhaling while exhaling).
White Calcite: makes it easier to find answers.
Crystal Chakra Healing by Philip Permutt
Do what you can. That will be enough. When you drop all the unnecessary activities from your day, you will find the time for ones that really matter.
Be honest. Be yourself. Creativity flows from that place of authenticity. Don’t limit the possibilities with your perceptions of other people’s opinions.
Let go. You’re holding so tightly to a safe arrangement that you can control. The tighter your grip the more you suffer. Let go of expectations. Be open to this moment right in front of you.
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