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Feeling My Age... or NOT

Posted by Mira Healy on

Aging gracefully and with crystals

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7 different types of Love

Posted by Mira Healy on

In our constantly evolving world, one thing remains the same... Everyone desires loving relationships in their life, but few of us realize that far from being timeless and universal, romantic love is, in fact, a modern construct.  But there are many other ways to love, not all of which are consistent with romantic love. By preoccupying ourselves with romantic love, we risk neglecting other types of love that are more stable or readily available and that may, especially in the longer term, prove more healing and fulfilling than romantic love.  Did you know that there are 7 types of Love? These types...

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Little Gems Crystal Healing Sanctuary

Posted by Mira Healy on

I’m very excited to provide an update on the Little Gems Crystal Healing Sanctuary. The consultation room is now finished, and I am about 80% through completion of the healing room. At this stage I’m expecting to be finished and up and running by end of May 2019.   

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A New Beginning

Posted by Tim Healy on

In 1975 my parents and I moved to a new home. My mother was very excited about having a large, rather empty front garden with which to get creative. She planned a number of garden beds with a variety of flowers and shrubs that suited our sub-tropical climate. The highlight of the front yard was her rock garden, which featured of all things, a giant clam shell! She picked this up at a second hand store for $20 - quite a lot for the time. The rock garden, along with the whole garden flourished, and the giant clam drew the...

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Beliefs

Posted by Mira Healy on

What makes one person’s beliefs better than someone else’s? The answer, most would agree, is nothing - they are both entitled to their beliefs and to have their beliefs respected. If you observe a Hindu and a Moslem arguing about whose faith is superior, as an outsider you would think both are entitled to their opinions and they should respect each other. But this is easier for this to occur if these are not your beliefs. What happens if you are also a Hindu or Moslem? Could you still remain truly impartial and objectively assess the opposing belief for its...

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