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Monday, August 1, 2011

The Treasures I Found ;o) Part Two ;o) And My Fairy Blessings Painting ;o)

Hi Everyone ;o) First I would like to say, I was so touched by all your comments about my stones! It is so cool, that all of you love stones too and so many of you, collect them as well ;o) Thanks so much, big hugs ;o)

Magaly, the stone you liked is called, "Rainbow Obsidian". The one I purchased is from Mexico, but it can also be found in Italy, Scotland and the United States.
Rainbow Obsidian promotes light and love and the recognition of ones spiritual nature. It is also used for gazing. Rainbow Obsidian is also called the "stone of pleasure" because energetically it is thought to bring pleasure, joy and enjoyment to one's life. It also brings clarity and clear thinking to one and therefore can bring out the Spiritual. Rainbow Obsidian is used psychically to enhance clairvoyance and is especially effective in protection as it is thought to ground negativity and allow the Light in. Rainbow Obsidian is primarily associated with the root chakra.

Donna and Nicola, the stone you liked, is called, "Turquoise Blue Labradorite". The one I purchased is from Canada.
Labradorite is a wonderful and powerful stone. It is a high-energy protection stone as well as a stone of mystical traits. Just hold labradorite and feel the energy that flows in the stone. It forms a strong wall to negative energies. Labradorite can help you find your spiritual purpose. It also can help you understand and release fears from past lives. This is truly a stone of transformation.

Ann, the stone you liked, is called, "Chrysoprase". The one I purchased is from Australia.
Chrysoprase is a stone to use when creativity is needed. Chrysoprase stimulates fidelity in personal relationships and business. It is a very positive stone, as it looks for the best in all situations. Chrysoprase works with the higher conscious and brings the unconscious to the conscious mind. Chrysoprase is apple green to lemon yellow with streaks of brown.

Shelle, I just want to say, thanks so much for sharing the story about your daughter! I thought it was very powerful! Debbie, I would love to see your stone collection! Marlene, are you still breaking stones? ;o)

Now, the last stone I would like to share with you all, in this post, is called, "Enhydro Agate". Enhydro means, water within. The stall that I went to, had a small box of these, on a bottom shelf, that no one was looking at, but me ;o) I bent down and was so taken by this stone! It is a rare mineral, that is millions of years old and has water captured in it. This water will not disappear. If you put it beside your ear, and wiggle it, you will hear the water splash around. Mine is a mauve color. I tried to get a picture of the water, but sorry, I couldn't. I feel so special to have this stone. No one else in the show had them!
Agate is a wonderful and powerful mineral with so many properties that are healing and transforming. This mineral stabilises the aura as well as cleanisng it of negativity.

Generally, enhances love, abundance, courage, protective and helps to balance mind, body and spirit.

Associated with the "Earth Mother", agates also help to overcome the bitterness of the heart and inner anger so as we become more loving then we attract more love.

Brazilian agate especially facilitates strength and during meditative states and astral projection is protective.

Used by South American Shamen as a pathway to the "other worlds".

Enhydros ... bring the water element, water being associated with feelings and emotions ... fluidity and adaptability !

This stone will empathise and help the person holding it to understand anothers feelings. Said also to contain life-sustaining energy and helps with adapting to what might otherwise be stressful situations ... as well as with "change".










Now, I don't know if you all remember, a painting I was doing on wood? Well, I finished it, and it's called, "Fairy Blessings" ;o) Enjoy! And, I won the "People's Choice Award" on the aceo blog challenge! Thanks everyone for voting! Blessings ;o) Have a fantastic day ;o)


38 comments:

  1. OH my this is gorgeous and so magickal!! Looks like we both painted on wood this past week. I really like it as a canvas don't you?

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  2. congratulations,, well deserved,, I love the stones and thier explanation,, I think my stones have become a part of me,,I love the finished art piece,, its so sweet ,

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  3. Stacy, your painting is so lovely! I have enjoyed reading about these fantastic stones and their meanings. You have stirred an energy in me to start a collection also :) How beautiful and magickal they all are.

    Stacy, I so value your opinion...will you please stop by my blog and let me know what you think of my new template? Stay around for a moment to see the falling hearts~~~

    Hugs & Hearts,
    Jan

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  4. Congrats on the award, Stacy and I love your "fairy Blessings" painting!

    Margie x

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  5. Congrats Stacy--the people have spoken well! Thanks for sharing all the info about the different stones. The agate is very interesting--I have never heard of it before. My collection is not all in one place & not nearly as interesting. Just pretty rocks/stones from places I have been.

    Love the new painting on wood!

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  6. thanks so much for your kind words tonight,, have a good sleep,,

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  7. No wonder I liked that stone, it sounds like something I would buy for my altar. As a matter of fact, I'll bookmark this post and see where I can get some Rainbow Obsidian Stone; how lovely!

    Congrats on the award; of course we chose you!

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  8. I am absolutely loving your stone posts! I am madly in love with gemstones too, they're one of my favorite magick things, I think. If I went to that gem show, I might have croaked from the overdose of beautiful and fascinating things.

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  9. Donna, so true! I love painting on wood ;o) Glad you like the painting! It might be a giveaway! ;o) Hint ;o) Wink ;o)

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  10. Hugs Laurie, thanks so much ;o) My stones have become a part of me too ;o)

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  11. Hey Jan, thanks so much! You should start a collection! It's addicting, but it feels so good ;o) EHHEHEheh ;o) On my way to look at your blog ;o)

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  12. Hugs Margie ;o) I appreciate your comment ;o)

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  13. Every stone collection is beautiful and interesting, Debbie ;o) I had never heard of that agate before, until I went to the show! I am so still excited about that stone! ;o) Glad you liked the painting ;o)

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  14. You have a good sleep to Laurie ;o) Hugs ;o)

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  15. Hey Magaly ;o) I just e-mailed you about the stone! I have two now ;o) I feel so lucky ;o) I love them! Thanks for voting for me, my friend ;o)

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  16. Kate you are so cute! LOL! I think you would have loved the show!!! Hugs ;o)

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  17. An amazing educational editorial on different stone qualities, thank you! It is quite intriguing, I never before thought of what a stone offers only that I collect ones that make me feel good when I hold them and they warm in my hand. I figured it was Mother Nature giving me a prized piece of artwork and I was humbled, now I realize it is Mother Nature passing on blessings. A wonderful concept.

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  18. Congrats Stacy!!! You deserve it, love!!!Hey I just saw your two posts about the stones, WOWEEEEEE GAZOWEEEEEEE!!!! Oh did you get some beauties or WHAT!!! I'm so excited about you finding a polished Enhydro! I've only seen them as geodes!!! That is sooooooo cool!!!And all the other stones are gorgeous!!! I'm so glad you and your mom had such a wonderful trip! I enjoyed Sunshine Shelles post too about hugging the standing stones!( I was lucky enough to visit Stonehenge back in the 80's!) We went to Big Trees State Park Sunday and it was soooooo amazing, I wanted to hug them all! I took 171 pictures! I couldnt stop photographing all those beautiful ancient trees! Rocks and Trees, one of the best treats in nature! I love how you explained all the meanings of the stones too!!!Hugs! Deb

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  19. PS Almost forgot the best part, I LOVE your Fairie Blessings!!!Toooooo cute!!!! Deb

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  20. Deb, thanks so much for everything! I am so happy you enjoyed the posts ;o) I would love to visit Stonehenge ;o)

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  21. Hi Karen Anne ;o) I am so happy that you loved the posts and learned something too ;o)

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  22. Congrats on the painting.....love it. Stones...ah yes, so many stones so little room...just ask Sweet Man. And now the grands are into stones, no just rocks anymore...sheesh are we a family of crows or what....you know we love sparklies. (Secrets of NIHM) Oma Linda
    Great explanations on the stones.

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  23. Thanks for sharing the info on all of the different stones Stacy. They are so beautiful. Congrats on the "People's Choice Award"! Your painting is lovely.

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  24. Dearest Stacy, I am just now getting around the Blog-o-Sphere to visit my favorite blogs. I have been reading through your blog today, and must say I have missed keeping up with your beautiful art. And then I came upon your post that mentioned my "Eye Event" and read your words and all the lovely wishes from your followers. I am overwhelmed by their healing love and by your beautifully sweet and caring spirit. Thank you so very much, and I am honored to be counted as your friend. Hugs and blessings to you.

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  25. The more sparklies, the better Linda ;o)

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  26. Hey Roxanne ;o) Hugs my friend ;o) Thanks!

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  27. Robin, I am honored to be your friend too ;o) Blessings ;o) I am so happy you are doing better ;o) Yeh!!!

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  28. Hi Stacy!! Congrats on the ACEO win! And thanks for sharing your beautiful gems with us - it was a lot of fun going through all the great pictures and learning about the different stones as well!

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  29. Congratulations - and I'm in love! That fairy crow is adorable!

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  30. Oh, Stacy, that Enhydro Agate packs a powerhouse! I love it and all it represents. And speaking of treasures...the precious "Fairy Blessings" is amazing. Love, love, love it! So sweet and warm. You are such a gifted lady!

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  31. Hi Joumana ;o) Thanks ;o) Glad you learned a lot ;o) I'm still learning too ;o) Take Care ;o)

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  32. LOL! Thanks Angie ;o) It's nice that you are in love ;o)

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  33. Thanks Mina ;o) I like being called gifted ;o) Isn't that stone cool ;o)

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  34. congratulations Stacy!!
    love your painting!
    thanks for sharing about the stone I liked,as well as the others! you are a wealth of knowledge and i love learning about stones from you!!!
    xo
    ps..forgot to tell you how great it was that you got those books in the mail!!! hope you won't be so busy reading them that you won't find time to post on your blog!!!!
    hugs!

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  35. You are so welcome Ann ;o) I love sharing my passion of stones ;o) I might have to sneak some time in to read!! In between everything else ;o) Hugs ;o)

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  36. Thank you for explaining the stones and their meanings. :) And congrats on winning the People's Choice Award!!!! That fairy crow is way too adorable!!!

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  37. Thanks so much Theresa ;o) Glad you liked the stone meanings ;o)

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Thank you for taking the time to comment! I'm very grateful! Your words are very special to me! Big Hugs!