Since back in prehistoric times, men and women have found the mystery, beauty, and power of stones irresistible. Just as an herbalist understands the powers of herbs, practitioners of magic understand the powers of gems, crystals, and metals. They use this knowledge to change themselves and their very lives.
Some may find it hard to believe that there is positive power within gems, crystals, stones, or metals. Yet they totally accept the energy we get from food and the healing power of plants and herbs. It doesn't take such a leap of faith to believe that energy is inherent in all the Earth and its fullness. Understanding those energies from the Earth, which we are from as well, and then directing them for our better good - that is magic.
Magic is all about change. Without the need for change, there would be no need for magic. Making use of the energy all around us is folly to some, but others see the wisdom. The magician's philosophy is that all we are and all we see was given freely to us by an original source, to learn about and use for our good. Religion itself was born out of a set of beliefs shared by a particular group of people. Belief is the strongest force on the planet. Why else would men fight and die if they didn't believe in what they were fighting for? It is what we believe that moves our lives in the directions they go. Change your belief, and you change your world. Energy from gems, stones, and metals help people do this.
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It would have been great if there was more information given on the excercises. especially the one on the gem stones visualization outside. I didn't like the way it was narrated. The lady has a lovely voice, but sounds too robotic. overall I enjoyed the information. thank you.
"Learning the meaning of crystals, gems and stones"
This audio book was very interesting to listen to. I found it to be very educational. The speaker kept my attention throughout the story
could only listen to first few minutes reader too low and too fast. *even when turned slower on ap.
not a easy book to listen too.
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