When I met Ellen I had already been following her Facebook page and watching her help clients for a while. I wanted to see if what I did would help her do what she does. It took us awhile to finally connect and when we did we had a great time getting to know each... Continue Reading →
Traditionally, malas are Buddhist prayer garlands used during meditation consisting of 108 beads and 1 larger guru bead that closes the loop. Each smaller bead represents a breath, a mantra, and/or intention and is used to keep count while the guru bead represents the student-teacher relationship. You can read more about traditional malas here. I believe... Continue Reading →
Hubby found these beauties at a pawn shop a few weeks ago. Loving these high vibrating stones. Also known as the "Tempest Stone". Known to take Shamanic journeying to a whole new level.