Labradorite - is this the right crystal for me?

LabradoriteLabradorite - is this the right crystal for me?

With the recent Lunar Eclipse and the retrograde positions of many of the key planets in our solar system, you could be forgiven if you feel exhausted, a bit confused and maybe a little vulnerable.
This alignment has asked us to let go or release emotional baggage that may be holding us back, reminding us that it is time to learn the lessons of the past and embrace the changes happening now.

It is time to change the tapes in our mind and play a different tune so that what we experience in our future is different to the past.

I found myself feeling more emotional in that, usual flashes of anger would pop up as irritability and frustration. My doubts spiked, and I second guessed my choices but, rather than reaching for the wine, I asked for a crystal to help me through this time and the coming few weeks.

It can be confusing with the different crystals that are available and, as usual, there is that sense of feeling conflicted as to the right choices; it can be a hard to decide which is the best for the task at hand. a hard decision to make.

So, I asked for some guidance and I was shown my favourite stone - Labradorite

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How to use Reiki to stay connected

Reiki HeartHow to use Reiki to stay connected

At this time of year, it is natural that we wish to get away from the winter blues and are all looking for fresh energy and new beginnings.  We have set the pace by having our Spring Psychic and Spiritual Festival which was a lovely day, full of joy and community, The Light Workers Way will continue now with our Spring Equinox Open Circle celebrating and remembering the energy of balance and, our Reiki Day on Saturday 29th September.  We want these to be events that you are just as comfortable to attend as our Festival.

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Spring Equinox - 23 September 2018

Daffodils emerging from snowSpring Equinox - 23 September 2018

In ‘The Light Workers Way’ Magazine there is a great article about things that you can do for your family and friends at this Spring Equinox time.  The Open Circle gets us to think and move with the flow of life.  Equinoxes are about balance because day and night are in balance, reminding us to think about what we are creating and give us opportunities to help each other grow in positive directions and with love.  This is the time we make our lucky charms and we all need a little extra luck in our lives.

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The meaning of Buttercups

Buttercups

The meaning of Buttercups

Buttercups! Could a word sound lovelier? Just the thought of buttercups puts a smile on the face and a spring in the step. This cheery flower grows wild and blankets fields and roadsides with sunny yellow blooms. Often found growing alongside daisies, it is a favourite among children. Do you remember holding a buttercup beneath your chin to see if you liked butter?

And why, I hear you ask, am I talking about buttercups? Well, it happens that buttercups are one of the flowers attributed to the zodiac sign of Virgo and we are in that sphere of the astrological year. Virgo, the sixth sign of the zodiac is represented by a maiden – a Virgin usually with a sheaf of wheat in her arms. Which begs the question; why a sheaf of wheat is not the plant of choice for this sign? Anyway, it is the humble buttercup that we are looking at and, although perhaps it may object to being called ‘humble’, to my mind that word describes a flower that is not presumptuous or showy or one that flaunts its loveliness but rather one that lets you discover for yourself its gentle, sunny aspect. Being so unpretentious may give folks the idea that the buttercup is just one of your run of the mill flowers but, there they would be wrong. Let me enlighten you about this unassuming bloom.

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What topics are people most interested in when giving a reading?

Psychic ReaderWhat topics are people most interested in when giving a reading?

Maybe I will have better luck this time of doing a 500 word article, which Matu has asked for our newly formatted e.newsletter.  Last time I tried it turned out to be 2,900 so wish me luck this time.  After Meditating and asking for God’s guidance for the day and seeing to Facebook here I am ready and willing.

I have decided to work with my Circle Topic  cards, and after shuffling many times the topic that turned up was actually the one we discussed in our Tuesday night Circle.  Funny that!

‘What topics are people most interested in when giving a reading?’

I turned this around for us to think about - what are we most interested in when we are receiving a Reading?

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