Spirit Blog

Setting Intentions

By Elaine Smith Most of you have heard me say that energy work is about 90% setting the intention.  And some of you then come back to me and say that when you set the intention nothing worked.  So I am thinking that a discussion about setting intentions is a good thing to encourage. 
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Soul Retrieval Grid

Many of you have often heard me say that the best grids are the ones that are intentionally made for a specific person for a specific reason.  And that is true.  But sometimes one is made that connects so well with so many people that they each feel it was made just for them.  That se
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Fools Energy

by Elaine Smith Most people grow up believing that being a fool is something negative or at least silly.  We remember our elders telling us to stop being so foolish because it can only lead to a bad future.  We needed to keep our thoughts tuned to good decisions that could guarantee a
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What Does Owning a Mom and Pop Business Mean?

by Elaine Smith To me it means getting to work with and see family members often.  It means that “quality control” is often “supervised” by a grandchild and that a three year old gets to practice her counting skills with the shells that mom is sorting.  It means that my webmaster, shi
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A Vision Becomes Reality

by Elaine Smith When I first fell in love with Sacred Stone Grids, nearly 20 years ago, I dreamed of a time when these patterns of crystal energies would be common place across the world.  Imagine an earth where every community had a World Peace or Unconditional Love Sacred Stone Grid
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Thin or Thick, Which is Best?

by Elaine Smith One of my favorite things is to ask people their opinions about things and hear the variety of answers they come up with.  We are all so wonderfully different and I always learn new things.  So we asked a simple question of our customers this year while in Tucson at th
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Rose Quartz is Like a Ferret

by Elaine Smith Like people, most animals come in to our lives for a reason.  If we listen and pay attention there is often a lesson we can learn.  That was certainly true with Aubrey, a little ferret we shared our home with for about a decade.  She taught us many things but the one l
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My Favorite Stone

by Elaine Smith Those who know me well are probably giggling right now because they know that my favorite stone is often the one I am currently working with.  How can I possible claim in writing that I have just one I like the best?  And they are right, my mind is easily changed becau
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