The following tips serve as a guide for a day of being present and reconnecting our mind and body. Everyone is different. Experiment and learn to listen to your body.
With 2020 right around the corner, many people are busy writing down new year resolutions and committing to changes that will challenge themselves in the coming year. When it comes to using crystals for new year resolutions, the two-step method of “detox then advance” will be the key. Blue kyanite and clear quartz crystals are trusted to be the detox crystals, while amazonite and citrine crystals are believed to be the best advance crystals.
Hong Kong-based spiritual wellness brand OMSA (Ohm for the Spiritually Awakened) wants you to know that they sell more than just tarot cards.
Rose quartz, characterised by its gentle pink, near translucent look, is trusted to be the ultimate love and romance crystal. Said to heal and open the heart, carrying a soft feminine energy of compassion and comfort, rose quartz stones are frequently carried by women of all ages. Rose quartz is also perceived to be a stone that promotes self-love.
Among the many “abilities” crystals are thought to have, attracting abundance and wealth is one of their most commonly-believed powers. For example, citrine is said to be one of the more powerful wealth-related crystals. Citrine’s “vibrations” are believed to strengthen aggressive tendencies in some people and should thus be avoided.
Believed to harness the energies of Mother Earth, crystals have been used since the Stone Age for a variety of purposes such as a protection against unseen “evils”, bringing in new opportunities, and even influencing emotions. Often used in crystal healing, a pseudoscientific alternative healing and medicinal technique, these semi-precious stones’ alleged successes with the users are usually attributed to the placebo effect. Scientifically, crystals are ordered arrangement of atoms; minerals formed with a regular, consistent, 3D-patterned molecular structure.
Jenny just found herself on a new block! On Wednesday, J.Lo kicked off her Las Vegas residency for Jennifer Lopez: All I Have, making her mark on the storied strip just like fellow songstresses Cher, Mariah, and Céline. And it wouldn’t be a Lopez production without costumes that are bright, tight, and sparkly. Before slipping into a form-fitting Gabriela Cadena white dress to celebrate her opening night, the 46-year-old (what!?) took to the stage in seven next-to-naked (plus or minus some pelage and plumage) ensembles created by some of her favorite designers. Zuhair Murad was the force behind three looks. Another three, designed by Donatella Versace with the help of costume designers Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, were emblazoned with 260,000 Swarovski crystals in a wide range of colors to make crystal-mesh panels and 100 feet of jeweled chains. As if those numbers don’t subdue the surprise factor, Vogue reports that the three outfits took more than 1,400 hours and over two months to create. Just because she sang “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” doesn’t mean the same holds true for the bedazzling costumes!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
This fall, when it comes to choosing the right shoes, one thing is for sure, embellishment is in. Those who like to have fun with fashion are in luck. It’s literally time to kick up your heels thanks to designers like Dolce & Gabbana, Roberto Cavalli, and Rochas who created shoes adorned with Swarovski crystals, sequins, and more. Here are fifteen whimsical options that have your feet jumping for joy. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.