Fluorite It Is!
This marks the third year I have been posting this weekly blog. I have enjoyed writing them and hoped they are enjoyed by you.
I came up with the idea last month to read some of my blogs at Sunday Lyceum, also known as adult Sunday school, in Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp. I’ll be at it again this Sunday. It’s been interesting taking a glance back. After reading quite a few of them, I wondered what I haven’t covered. It came to me.
I bought this beautiful multi-colored piece of fluorite from a shop in Edgewater. I spied it the first time I was there, but this time I had to know the price. The 4-pound beauty’s resting spot is next to my half geode, the size of a large melon. The crystals are between and off to the side of my reading chair and the client’s chair.
The fluorite changed the whole vibe to my reading area. I forgot it was there and then realized later in the day. I felt like I had a new guide assisting with my readings, perhaps, I do.
When I was at the shop, I was told fluorite helps with bones. Oh, I so need that. And then I was told it helps to clear negative energy, another definite need. Sage is still my go-to.
The card that came with it states: ‘Fluorite is a protective and stabilizing stone, useful for grounding and harmonizing spiritual energy. Fluorite heightens mental abilities, assisting in rapid organization and processing of information, and can bring mental clarity and stability to an otherwise chaotic situation. Fluorite absorbs negative energies from the environment.’
I also bought a couple of bracelets – one blue and white (sodalite) and the other purple (amethyst) – for myself and my daughter. She chose the purple, and I knew she would. When I saw the bracelets, I instantly thought of the wooden rocking chairs on my porch. I spray-painted them blue, closest to my front door, and purple, closest to my daughter’s front door.
You know what else I bought for myself – gray fuzzy slippers. If I haven’t mentioned it before, my place gets chilly in the winter. My apartment building came about around 1896, no insulation here. I showed my daughter and she shared she just ordered slippers for herself.
I might just buy a television, not that I watch much, but it sure would be nice to have a screen bigger than my laptop. Oh, and then maybe a couch, if I could only fit it in somewhere. It’s odd doing for me. I kind of like it.
Give yourself permission to do for you. It’s easy to forget sometimes.
Peace and Love!
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Lori Carter is a freelance writer and Spiritualist Medium -- truly a Spiritual Being, and aren't we all.