Crystals for Love and Relationships

Are you interested in learning about crystals which can help you with your love life? These crystals are not only pretty to look at, they are known to help in all matters of emotion!

Ruby

The Ruby’s connection with love goes back to ancient history. Egyptians believed it was the stone of love. This beautiful gem’s use in crowns and regalia show its association with royalty; “love rules”. Fidelity has been a part of the Ruby’s influence, and the 40th wedding anniversary is the “Ruby Anniversary.” Love’s appreciation as a higher emotion aligns with the Ruby. It is said that a ruby will darken if an unfaithful lover comes near. The stone of the Root Chakra, the Ruby is also associated with sensual pleasures and physical passion. Wearing a ruby can increase sexual attraction.

Rose Quartz

Rose quartz beads have been dated back to the Mesopotamian culture, over 7,000 years ago. Considered by many to be the ultimate stone of love, the soft pink color and delicate beauty of rose quartz mirrors the delicate strength of love itself. Sometimes called the “love stone”, the color matches the aura given off by the heart Chakra. Wearing Rose Quartz jewelry can help bring healing and appropriate self-love. Meditating with Rose Quartz helps to instill calm and peacefulness. Carry a piece with you to help mend a broken heart and encourage gentle emotional healing.

Emerald

This brilliant green gem has a long history with mankind. The emerald held an honored place in Egypt, aligned with both Horus and Isis. The ancient Greeks believed it was emblematic of the Goddess Artemis and was believed to help ease pain during childbirth. This stone, the color of the Heart Chakra, was once thought to lose its color or turn a mottled brown if a partner was cheating or unfaithful. Giving an emerald to the one you love is believed to ward away lustful thoughts. Emeralds symbolize psychic powers and the connection between those who share true love.

Green Jade…

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Witch works Magick for Archangel Michael

Hey lovely peeps!  I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!  

The temperatures here in Germany are crazy hot!!!  It’s 33°c  / 91,4°f  and that’s just waaaay too hot for Germany.

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7 Ways To Improve Your Kissing Game, Because There Are Probably Some Tips You Haven’t Heard Of yet

Kissin’ ain’t easy. Well, actually, the act of kissing may be easy. But that doesn’t mean we are all good at it. You have to learn how to be a good kisser. And it takes practice to become a great kisser. Practice doesn’t always make perfect, but it makes for a much better kisser, that’s for sure. It’s not easy to admit that maybe you need a little help. Heck, some of us don’t even know we’re lacking in the kissing department. I mean, everyone has had a horrible kiss in their lives. And if they haven’t, they truly haven’t lived (or kissed that many people). The sad part is, that horrible kisser probably has zero clue that he or she isn’t great. You don’t want to go throughout your whole life being that guy or girl. You don’t want to live a full life and kiss like a kid in middle-school. So, if you’re kisses resemble that Spiderman kiss, then I’d say you’re a-okay! But, if you feel as if you could learn a few new tricks, read ahead.

Here are some ways to improve upon your kissing game, because everyone deserves to love getting kissed as much as they love kissing someone — plus, it never hurts to have a couple extra tricks up your sleeve to surprise your partner.

1. Remember to change it up

Change is good, especially when it comes to kissing. You don’t want to engage in the same old boring kiss, over and over. Spice up your kiss. Start off slow with a little bit of tongue and then work your way into a more aggressive kiss. Give little kisses here and there and then sometimes surprise your partner by using a different kissing style. Change up the speed and the motion, and you’ll have one happy kissing customer.

2. Your breath should be on point

There’s nothing more unsexy than bad breath. Your kiss could be amazing, but if all your kissing partner smells is pure garlic, it won’t be pretty. You don’t want your kiss to be overshadowed by bad breath. Make sure you pop those mints beforehand. Or carry a travel size toothbrush with you as a just in case.

3. Make sure you lips are kissable

Think of your lips as the foundation to a good kiss. You need to build a good and steady foundation. That means cracked lips are a no-no. Having cracked or chapped lips is like having a hole in your foundation. Your lips should look appealing — not like a piece of sandpaper. Furthermore, be aware of how much lipstick/lipgloss you’ve got on. Listen, I love wearing lipstick, but I also know it’s not the best in terms of kissing. It doesn’t taste all that great and it also leaves kisses a little messy. But, to each his own!

4. Be in tune with your kissing partner

To be a fantastic kisser, you’ve got to be in tune with the person you are kissing. Kissing isn’t a one-way street. You’ve got two people involved. If you are going to be kissing someone for the first time,

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Survival Guide for Empaths and Highly Sensitive People

Being an empath or a highly sensitive person (HSP) in the modern world ain’t easy. Everyone is stressed—and empaths and HSPs are the emotional sponges, soaking it all up.

WHAT IS AN EMPATH?

To clarify, being a empath doesn’t just mean you care and feel for other people. It means you actually feel their emotions in your body. It can be sometimes difficult for true empaths to discern whether an emotion they’re experiencing is their own or someone else’s—which can be incredibly overwhelming and depleting.

(Note: while I use the terms “empath’”and “HSP” interchangeably, they are subtly different, as explained here.)

While being highly sensitive to the needs of others can be a truly wonderful quality, it takes some dedicated effort to manage. It’s ironic that empaths are so good at being there for other people and making others feel better—but it’s often to their own emotional and energetic detriment.

Empaths can easily become oversaturated with emotions, leading them to believe they are depressed, ill or flawed in some way. But that’s not usually the case. A sensitive person just needs time to recenter.

SURVIVING AS A HIGHLY SENSITIVE PERSON OR EMPATH

If you’re an empath, you really need to prioritize your self care. Here are a few basics that every highly sensitive person should have in their toolkits.

Practice breathwork

You know that dramatic friend you have who is always in a crisis? As an empath, it’s important to realize that they can be an energy suck—no matter how much you love them. If, while spending time with them, you can feel your energy being drained, focus on your breathing.

Holding your breath only allows negativity to fester and grow, so breathe deeply to ground yourself. Maybe also treat yourself to a little time out. Take a stroll around the block, a reprieve in the quiet bathroom or a relaxing drive to get away from the contagious drama.

Create physical space between yourself and perceived negativity.

Social situations can be really challenging for HSPs and empaths. Highly empathetic people deeply experience others’ negative energies. In fact, they tend to absorb them.

If you find yourself at a party in a conversation with energy-sucker, make an excuse to take a walk outside to balance and reground yourself. Then, keep your distance as much as you can for the rest of the event.

Social situations are already challenging enough. Create a bubble of safe, positive space around yourself to hold onto your own energy.

 

Know your boundaries.

As an HSP or empathic person, you probably tend to try to help people in need, no matter what. But when it comes to being there for people and sharing your positive energy, don’t be an overgiver—it’ll only deplete you.

Be polite, but let people know when you’ve reached your limits. Yes, you want to be there for the other person, but you need to honor yourneeds.

Try to become aware of when your emotional energy is reaching critical levels, and prioritize yourself. Place your oxygen mask on before assisting the person next to you.

Don’t be afraid to say ‘no’.

You simply can’t always be there for everybody. You need to prioritize your own needs, too. So practice saying no.

For instance, one day you’re wiped, but a friend wants to grab a drink and talk about their absolutely horrible day at work. Be polite and honest. Say, “Sorry your day was so rough, but I can’t tonight. I can grab coffee tomorrow and talk all about it, though.” You could even suggest that maybe it’s best for your friend to stay in, take a hot bath, and treat themselves, too!

Saying no isn’t mean. It’s being open and honest. You need to make time for your own needs, too.

Being a highly sensitive person means you need to guard yourself a little more than others. Your powers of sensitivity are a wonderful gift that can really benefit those around you, but you want to make sure that you are not suffering as a result. It may be tough for you, but start putting yourself first.

The Phoenix Poem

I sit in my cage every single day,

I want to get out – of this, I do pray.

My emotions are flying here and there,

I truly don’t know how much more I can bear.

My tears overflow with every breath I take,

One more day – I ask, please help me to make.

His words – they sting, deep into my heart,

Sometimes it’s so bad, I wish I could part.

Deep sadness, deep pain in my soul I do feel,

Dear Angels please come and help me to heal.

Out of these ashes I know I will rise,

I will spread my wings, and far away I will fly.

I will grow, I will learn, I will do the right thing,

And the praises of my Guardian Angels –

I will proudly sing.

Created by Victoria Prutschke ©