All posts tagged: presence

When you heal, we all feel it!

Are you finding that your usual ‘go to’ list of self care/self soothing things just isn’t cutting it? Perhaps you’re experiencing health issues (either new or old) bubbling up or childhood wounds and issues from the past are being triggered? If you’ve been experiencing some pretty dense heavy energy of late or any/all of the above, then please know that you aren’t alone! There are a couple of things that we have been feeling into that have been working in tandem creating a sort of *double whammy* energy effect on many of us. Firstly, the dense energy that many of us are feeling is the fear, uncertainty, hatred and negativity which has been dislodged from the riverbed of the collective consciousness and is now floating on the surface in full glaring view. This dredge (that was conveniently settled on the bottom of the riverbed out of view for many years before) has risen to the surface in every area of human life and, as a result, can no longer be ignored which, despite being a good thing in our view …

Expansion Beyond Emotions

The process of creating something is such a gift, it makes you so very present in the here and now and when you’re present in the now there’s no room for worry or anxiety! The fact that we get to create with gemstones is an extra bonus and we often get lost in the mesmerising colours and crystal energies whilst creating the Pathfinder Wolves. This one pictured below had us both entranced for a good few minutes (Chrysocolla is so divine)! For LJ & I, the Pathfinder wolves have come to be like people, each have their own distinct energy and as they emerge as finished wearable sacred tools, we always wonder what they will reveal, what medicine and magic they will share with us and the world. Like people, some of the wolves are eager to reveal their message whilst others are more reserved and take their time. This particular wolf (pictured) revealed he was called *Kai* (海~Ocean) but then went quiet so we didn’t get his message until later that day. As we sat down with a much needed cup of tea,  Kai’s medicine suddenly …

Do you have to get sick before you Slow Down?

Gosh what a crazy few weeks we’ve had with myself managing to accidentally stab my wrist on the broken edge of a ceramic oil bottle (needing stitches) and all of us down with gastro and flu, it’s been challenging! When I accidentally stabbed my wrist, I felt straight away that it was because I hadn’t been listening to my body. I was not present and absent-mindedly wiping down the tiles of the kitchen splash-back when I brought my wrist down on the sharp edge of the bottle. My mind was elsewhere, worrying, anxious and dreading an appointment I had the next day. I was concerning myself with the logistics of how I’d get there on time and how I didn’t really want to go. If I’m honest I should have cancelled that appointment and rearranged it in a way that felt right for me.