Aside from being BEAUTIFUL, the Abalone shells have several metaphysical uses. Below are six metaphysical benefits of the Abalone shell.
Abalone Shells enhance relationships by emitting energy that encourages cooperative, understanding and harmonious communication
Abalone Shells support a strong connection to intuition. Instincts, gut reactions–whatever you wanna call it, the abalone releases the energy of psychic awareness.
Abalone shells provide relief for persons suffering from anxiety, tension or any type of emotional discord. The abalone’s soothing association with the sea or its incandescent color creates a tranquil, calming energy.
Whether its muscular problems or arthritis, the presence of Abalone shells provides relief. As a chakra clearer and energy balancer, the abalone shell supports relaxation and equilibrium for the nervous system.
Abalone shells promote imagination, clarity, patience and divinity. All aspects of enhancing one’s clairvoyance.
Because this shell promotes cooperation, it’s great for reconciliations, healing emotions and past pain, and bringing harmony to relationships in general.
As one could assume, the symbolism behind the imagery in tarot can be interpreted in many, many ways. There are so many things to take into account–the colors, the actions, the clouds, the births, the pillars, the numerology–it can get complicated.
Don’t worry. An experienced tarot card reader (ahem, hem) can help you interpret all of the tarot cards in your relationships spread!
When choosing a new deck, many people are encouraged to pick something that resonates with their consciousness. Images that stimulate the subconscious mind is the goal however, it’s best to start with the basic cards with the traditional imagery.
The Traditional Rider-Waite Tarot decks are the best decks to start with. It is recommended to because the numerology, symbolism and tarot card meanings inspire hundreds of other interpretative decks. Also, don’t mistake the classic 78-card deck with an Oracle card deck. They’re not the same thing, and in some instances, the numerology is differently associated.
It’s still unclear where the Tarot card “game” original began but throughout hundreds of years, tarot cards have been played all over the world. The original deck was designed by Pamela Coleman Smith who lived as a struggling artist between New York, London and Kingston, Jamaica. Her illustrations of the Tarot are reflected in the original Rider-Waite Deck (below).
Below is a list of Tarot Card decks that are best for beginner tarot card readers.
Sometimes a bad day starts with a bad dream. The uneasy feeling of the unknown is troublesome. There’s no tangible way to fix this problem and it hard to even explain the unbalance. There are times, the solutions flood to us, and the know-how is present, but the “feels” are all out of sorts.
Until now… Well not, now, gemstones have existed longer than humans. Their ancient metaphysical properties possess thousands of years of conscious belief those properties! Here are the best gemstones (that I’ve personally used) for sadness!
Yellow, orange, shiny–this stone just LOOKS HAPPY. Citrine looks like it broke off from the sun! I prefer to wear citrine as a necklace or bracelet on my dominant hand. Citrine is known to encourage positive thoughts, motivation and abundance. This is the “cheer-me-up” stone.
Orange, blue green–basically calcite comes in every color! Although I like to wear my calcite, I definitely keep chunks around my bed. Calcite promotes inspiration and prosperity by removing energy blocks. If you work with the chakras, you probably know all about calcite. This stone is used to recharge other stones and realign energy!
Black, dense and shiny. This is one of my favourite grounding stones. Black obsidian is used for protection, meditation and blocking out bad energy. I keep chunks of black obsidian at my front door and at my work station.
Light pink quartz? You’ll find this stone everywhere during Valentine’s day. That’s because it’s been long-believed that rose quartz radiates and attracts loving energy. Rose quartz provides a dose of positivity which promotes self love.
Red and green with a warped looking pattern. The Dragon’s blood calls upon vitality, enthusiasm and courage. I carry a tumbled dragon’s blood with me in my pocket on days I need to conquer. This stone also draws affection from others and overall good vibes. Dragon’s blood jasper is a good stone for the loner, as it increases self awareness and endurance.