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Tarot Cards
The idea of wanting or needing to know the future is part of the human experience. Tarot cards have had a place in human society for a long time, at least five hundred years and probably a lot longer than that. Their beginning is obscure and unknown. We all want to know what is coming, how to prepare or how to prevent the inevitable. The Tarot cards represent the obstacles and growths that each person must endure along the path of life. Reaching the end of a cycle is not the end but a return to the beginning, to be repeated with new obstacles and new challenges. Tarot decks are normally divided into two sections, the major arcana and the minor arcana. The major arcana represent stages and major influences on each stage of your journey. The minor arcana represent the separate facets of each stage. They are aids to understanding what is occurring or why something has occurred.

Each suit in the minor arcana is divided into a progressive sequence. It is similar in some respect to a deck of playing cards. The numbered cards range from Aces to Tens and the Face cards range from Pages to Kings.

Numbered Cards

The numbered cards represent the everyday, common experiences of this world. During our lives we will find ourselves in each of the landscapes depicted on the cards. They are the events that surround us, influence us and have a bearing on our choices. Many times these experiences are states of emotion and they can range from the highest to the lowest.



Infinite allows us to heal whatever we manifest in our bodies with the help of angelic, loving energy. The energy produced by Infinite can be used as a form of protection for the body. Infinite can help to cleanse the chakras and enhance your meditation. Infinite is a crystal of connection. It provides easy connection to your guardian angels and with the spirit world. Infinite provides wonderfully soft and loving energy.



Sun-stone is a man-made stone. It provides a connection to the inner strength that we all have. It allows us to connect with that strength and to draw from it in times of stress and anger. In times of need we can penetrate the shell that we allow to build around our core. Sun-stone makes this process easier and a little less painful.


Smudges & Smudging
Smudge Herbs


The herb sage, the same sage that you use in cooking, when burned as part of a smudging brings wisdom and healing into the being.


The herb sweetgrass is used to attract positive energy. It can be purchased in braided lengths at many


Lavender is used to restore balance and brings about feelings of peace and tranquility. Lavender is also good for attracting kind, loving spirits.


The herb rosemary is used when there is a need for powerful healing and it can bring mental clarity for those who seek it.

Mantra Meditations

Mantras & Their Meanings

"Om Shrim Mahalakshmiyei Swaha" - Rough Translation: 'Om and salutations to that feminine energy which bestows all manner of wealth, and for which Shrim is the seed'

This mantra has not only been used for the purpose of attracting prosperity, but also for drawing in proper friends, clearing up family misunderstandings and quarrels, and smoothing some health problems. As we all know, there are many different kinds of wealth. As you use this mantra, focus on the kind of wealth you wish to manifest in your life.

"Om Namah Shivaya" - Rough Translation: 'Om and salutations to that which I am capable of becoming.'

This mantra has no true literal translation. The sounds relate directly to the principles which govern each of the first six chakras on the spine... Earth, water, fire, air, ether. This mantra does not refer to the chakras themselves. This mantra will start one out on the path of subtle development of spiritual attainments. It is the beginning on the path of Siddha Yoga, or the Yoga of Perfection of the Divine Vehicle

Meditation Thought for the Month

" In the cheer of all hearts I hear the echo of Thy bliss. In the friendship of all true hearts I discover Thy friendship. I rejoice as much in the prosperity of my brothers as I do in my own prosperity. In helping others to be wise I increase my own wisdom. In the happiness of all I find my own happiness."

By Paramahansa Yogananda, "Metaphysical Meditations"