Spirit Guide Drawing & Reading – Apr 19th

with Ronna Trapanese from 11-5pm, Cost is $60/hour.

Ronna Trapanese

Ronna Trapanese

Ronna Trapanese, The Artful Medium, has 6 appointments available for a channeled watercolor of one of your spirit guides, an hour reading is included focusing on area’s of your life needing attention to make use of your gifts and resources. The colors in the painting of your spirit guide relate to the chakra’s requiring clearing. It will be an enpowering experience allowing the veil between worlds to drop and open up a more personal connection. Appointments highly recommended.

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Reclaiming Your Creative Power – Apr. 12th

from 10:30-Noon with Doris Deits, no charge (Free)

Doris Deits

Doris Deits

All humans are born creators, but somehow we have lost that understanding and its importance to our health and well being. In this workshop we will discuss how the creative process ignites our inner soul essence and feeds our yearning for fulfillment. Registration is requested.

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Black Raven Obsidian

While in Tucson this year we came across this wonderful form of obsidian. Black Raven is a rare form of totally black obsidian gathered near the Grand Canyon in Northern Arizona. The pieces have natural surfaces that are comfortable to hold. They have weathered undisturbed on the earth’s surface for millions of years producing the unique texture.

Black Raven Obsidian

Black Raven Obsidian

“In working with the Black Raven Obsidian I found its energies to be firm and supportive yet somehow soft and gentle; as if being wrapped in a heavy suede blanket. It provides a safe environment for exploring one’s emotional patterns. Holding a piece in one’s hands immediately brings that sense of safety. The physical body relaxes and the mind is allowed to rest for a moment. The analogy that comes to mind is the feeling I have when I arrive home after a long trip.”  ~ John

Read full article about Black Raven Obsidian.

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New Turquoise

We brought some great turquoise back with us from Tucson!

turquize-group Turquoise is one of the “ancient stones” whose use and value dates back to at 3000 BCE where it was found used as inlays in ancient Egyptian grave furnishing. Many cultures believe that turquoise is a holy stone. It is held in high esteem by ancient Egyptians, Aztecs, Persians, Chinese, Navajos, and other North and South American tribes.

Turquoise has been mined in the US desert southwest for years and is commonly found in areas of high copper, aluminum, malachite, azurite, apatite and feldspar. It is believed that turquoise is formed by the leaching of these other mineral deposits into cracks and fissures forming deposits that harden over time.

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New Tucson Finds!

We had some great finds this year at Tucson. We have many of them out at the store already and are in the process getting the rest move. You’ll see some great new carved skulls, new tumbled stones, lots of new amethyst, unique singing bowls, and much more.

New Tucson Finds!

New Tucson Finds!

Stop in and see what’s out already and keep checking back as we will be bring more in as we get it cleared and ready for you. We’ll also be posting articles on our website and Facebook describing many of these new finds. The picture to the right is just a very small sampling of new items including amethyst, fairy stones, bumble bee jasper, chalcedony in golden matrix, lavender kunzite, charoite, shaman stones, and much more!

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Happy Freezing 2014!

Doris Deits

Doris Deits

So many people are thrilled for 2013 to be over as it was yet another challenging year on multiple levels.  Most spiritual people – people who are trying to lead their lives based on a ‘betterment’ for all attitude – are growing tired and are weary as the road has been a long one. 

We are ever waiting for the tides to turn and for things to get better.  When things don’t move fast enough, we can get side tracked or feel the need to take a break.  This is indeed happening and now is the time for us to stand strong.  Now is the time to rekindle our inner fire and keep focused, to keep moving forward and no looking back.  Continue reading in our newsletter.

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