Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Manifest! Box

We are infinite, creative beings! We are aspects of the Source manifested in form, and as such, we have access to infinite potential. We manifest our lives and experiences with our thoughts, feelings and agreements, whether consciously or unconsciously. Rituals and reminders can help us connect with this truth daily, and repetition is the key to creating in the 3rd dimension.

♥ Dragonfly Art Card: By Nadezhda Shuparskaia

♥ Butterfly Crystal Grid: The butterfly is a perfect reminder of how life completely transforms itself. The sacred geometry symbol is called a Sri Yantra, and is a Hindu symbol of 9 interlocking triangles representing the connection between the human body and the cosmos, it is said to liberate one’s mind when studied with deep contemplation. Use this grid with your crystals to amplify your intentions. Speak or blow your intentions into your crystals, and then place them on the grid.

♥ Crystal Platonic Solids: These are forms of sacred geometry that underly the physical matter of all living things. 
*****To learn more about the energetic properties of the platonic solids please SCROLL DOWN

 Manifest Candlework Ritual KitInfuse candles with your energy to amplify your intentions as well as to help you magnify and manifest. You can also align your specific candle rituals to the phases of the moonThis kit contains the materials needed to perform 3 candle rituals- 

  • Green is for what you want to grow
  • Black is for what you want to release
  • Pink is for love, for yourself and/or others

♥ Morning Star Incense: Using incense during ritual and meditation can heighten the senses, create ambient sacred space, and can carry your prayers into the cosmos.

♥ Moon Sign Datebook & Planner Stickers: Align with the power of the moon to work your rituals as well as plan your daily activities. Schedule self-care, meditation & ritual to ensure you make time for this important spiritwork. Use stickers to highlight meaningful events or bring some beauty into your pages. Make your planner a special place to manifest your dreams with colorful pens! Visit BellaRosePaperCo to check out all her planner stickers!

·  Tetrahedron
The first of the platonic solids is the tetrahedron having 4 triangular sides. The Tetrahedron represents the element of Fire and is linked to the Solar Plexus; the center for personal power and acceptance. It creates the natural balance between the physical and spiritual. Each side sits flat, no matter how it is turned, making it the perfect symbol for balance and stability. It is also linked to creating change.
·       Hexahedron
The second platonic solid is the cube or hexahedron having 6 square sides. The Hexahedron is associated with the element of Earth and corresponds to the Root Chakra. The Hexahedron sits flat, firmly rooted to its spot, connecting with the earth and nature. It has a solid foundation and symbolizes stability and grounding energy.
·       Octahedron
The third of the platonic solids in the octahedron having 8 triangular sides. It symbolizes the element of air. It is linked to the Heart Chakra; the center for love, compassion & our spiritual nature. This chakra is where we access our healing and nurturing aspects. The shape of the Octahedron symbolizes reflection, compassion and healing. Resting on a point, it signifies the careful balance of multiple forces.
·       Dodecahedron
The fourth platonic solid is the Dodecahedron, having 12 pentagonal sides. The Dodecahedron is linked to the ethers or universe and works through the higher Chakras from the 6th Third Eye, 7th Crown, 8th Higher Crown and above.
·       Icosahedron

The Icosahedron is the fifth and final platonic solid , having 20 triangular sides. The Icosahedron is associated with the element of Water and corresponds to the Sacral Chakra. Water symbolizes movement, flow, and change.  It allows for freedom of expression, creativity and ‘going with the flow’

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