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Metaphysical
adj. transcending physical matter or the laws of nature

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  • Metaphysical Index::Lapis Lazuli - A couple of weeks ago I had a dream in which I was shown a beautiful blue stone…right before I woke up. That stone was Lapis lazuli. I had NEVER dreamed of a stone or crystal in my entire life. So needless to say, I opened my book on crystals to look it up – […]
  • Calling Down the Sun* - May 3rd is World Sun Day. (First designated as Sun Day by Jimmy Carter in 1978.) We all know The Sun is the center of our Universe, but in reality it is much, much more. The Sun gives Life to all living things here on Earth. Without it nothing would survive. Not only does it […]
  • Day Trip ~ Santa Cruz Mountains - Metaphysical Index::Citrine and Calcite
  • Metaphysical Index::Emotional Healing - Our emotional well-being is intricately and inextricably connected to our physical health. Eating healthy foods, being physically active, meditation or other methods of mindfulness, and cultivating positive thoughts all go a long way towards improving one’s spiritual health. There are also a number of metaphysical elements you can use to assist in healing emotional wounds […]
  • Metaphysical Index::Copal - Copal is a name given to tree resin. The resins from the copal tree (Protium copal) were used as ceremonial incense by the cultures of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, and was discovered in the burial grounds of Mayan ruins. It is still used ceremonially by some indigenous peoples of Mexico and Central America. Copal resin from Hymenaea […]
  • Metaphysical Index::Mistletoe - An evergreen plant in the order Santalales, mistletoe is considered a “hemiparasite”. This means it can grow independently or as a parasite growing on the branches or trunk of a tree. In the latter case, it attaches itself to a tree then sucks up nutrients and water using a root system which actually penetrates the […]
  • Metaphysical Index::Dragon’s Blood - At first glance, the chunks look like pieces of hardened red clay. But magic happens once you burn it. The resin dissolves into a blood-red liquid, then starts bubbling! No wonder it’s called Dragon’s Blood, as it conjures up fanciful images of what those mythical beasts must’ve bled. Wikipedia:  Dragon’s blood is a bright red […]