Himalayan salt, also known as pink salt, is mined in the Punjab area of Pakistan near the base of the Himalayan Mountains.
Thought to be from a primal sea, these salt deposits , many 5,000 feet below the surface of the earth and 100 to 200 million years old, were discovered when Alexander the Great’s army stopped to rest and their horses began to lick the rocks in the area.
Himalyan salt is 99% pure and contains trace minerals of calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron, giving it its pink coloring and making Himalayan salt the most nutritious of all salts.
Himalayan salt lamps and candle holders provide beauty in your home and contribute to healing. They are known to aid respiratory problems, balance the body’s pH, aid in digestion, act as air purifiers and sleep aids, sinus issues, muscles cramps, regulate water levels and much more.
Inner Oasis carries Himalayan salt lamps, tealights, find ground salt and salt grinders.
Use this grid to send someone healing energy. To tie it to the person place a photo of the person, or simply write a name on a paper, and slide that under the grid.
You will need:
1 Chlorite Phantom Quartz (Key Stone)
3 Petrified Wood (Triangle Crystal Grid)
6 Quartz Points (Triangle Crystal Grid)
1 Petrified Wood (Grounding Stone)
The chloritie phantom quartz (key stone) is a powerful healer detoxifying the body on all levels preparing it to receive the healing energy from this crystal grid.
Paired with the petrified wood (triangle grid), a powerful healer to the physical body as well as to a help speed up the recovery after injuries. The quartz points (triangle grid) (pointed in on each other) send this essential healing energy out towards the person as well as draws it to them. The petrified wood (grounding stone) fortifies this healing energy into the physical plane, and “locks” its potential to the person in need of it. Author: James Goings Jr.
-Inner Oasis’ Gemstone Expert
Well, I had started a blog to post about the upcoming eclipse, but I didn’t finish it.
So here we are, riding that eclipse energy of change right up to the change of seasons and the upcoming Autumnal Equinox. “The equinox occurs on Friday Sept. 22nd at 1:02 pm (West Coast). The sun will rise and set exactly in the east and west. It will move in a laser-straight line across the sky. It’s a time of precision and a good time to contemplate the idea of equality.”*
Fall has always been my favorite season. The changing colors are glorious! The busy-ness of summer slows down, the very air smells different and turns cool and crisp, the harvest of the gardens, fields and orchards comes to a celebratory finish.
Our energies shift as well. We begin to turn inwards, we start to think of cozy places indoors and lovely warm foods – soups, stews, baked apples, warm bread.
In the shop we have a versatile Food Mill and a Vegetable Chopper to help with your preserving and cooking. Some wonderful Gardener’s Salve to refresh your hands after harvesting or cleaning up your yard. And beautiful stone or salt candle holders to warm your home.
*from This Week’s Amazing Sky in the Farmer’s Almanac.