A place for old souls. For the students of nature. The ones who feel their heart being pulled by the cycles of the moon and guided by the patterns of the stars. Where wind chimes are music and the garden is a sanctuary.
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Summer fun means, among others, camping and hiking, outdoor sports, long days at the beach, and grilling with FIRE. Sometimes summer fun also means sunburns, scrapes and bruises, and insect bites. The pharmacy shelves are lined with a plethora of treatments for...read more
People are always asking for advice on herbal remedies for everyday problems. Stimulating hair growth is a common request and I have a great recipe for you that was super successful for my own daughter! It only takes a few minutes to mix this hair growth serum! If you...read more
Starting a crystal collection is such a rewarding experience! It doesn't have to be expensive and there is no hurry!! Take your time collecting these beautiful stones and learning about their healing properties. I make it a point to collect a stone every time I travel...read more
I remember the first time I started thinking about crystals as a tool to help my body and mind heal. I was visiting the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC. I had just seen the famous Hope Diamond and as I walked passed the exhibit I was drawn into the crystal,...read more
Are you feeling stressed? Are you in a bad mood? Maybe you need to focus. I have just the thing! Go to your kitchen cabinet and grab some bay leaves. You know the ones. You use them in soups, stews and chili. Bay trees originated in Asia and spread to the...read more
This Thursday is a new moon! How can you make this time sacred? The new moon is a time for setting your intentions. For writing down your hopes and dreams and turning them into goals! Take some time to do the following this new moon: Set Intentions Plan New Beginnings...read more
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A place for old souls. For the students of nature. The ones who feel their heart being pulled by the cycles of the moon and guided by the patterns of the stars. Where wind chimes are music and the garden is a sanctuary. Please come in and stay a while! We are so happy that you are here!