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From the pyramids of Giza to Stonehenge to Machu Picchu, people are captivated by the magic of the world’s most sacred and mysterious sites. Crystals and Sacred Sites teaches you how to tap into the healing energy of these sites from anywhere in the world using the power of crystals and sacred stones. Noted crystal authority Judy Hall takes you to the most revered sacred sites in the ancient world as well as newly discovered ones that are emerging as power points critical to our evolution as a planet. With the ...
From the pyramids of Giza to Stonehenge to Machu Picchu, people are captivated by the magic of the world’s most sacred and mysterious sites. Crystals and Sacred Sites teaches you how to tap into the healing energy of these sites from anywhere in the world using the power of crystals and sacred stones. Noted crystal authority Judy Hall takes you to the most revered sacred sites in the ancient world as well as newly discovered ones that are emerging as power points critical to our evolution as a planet. With the assistance of specially selected crystals and accompanying meditations and rituals, you can open the doorways to transformation and healing.
Harnessing the power of Pipestone instills a deep, unshakable inner peace and connects you to All That Is. (Always ask permission first.) Hold it to attune to its healing resonance and the unity consciousness at its heart. Meditating with Pipestone connects you to guides from the native tradition, invoking healing and essential teachings. Placed in the center of a medicine wheel, it is an exc ellent adjunct to a ceremony. Performing the following Pipestone ceremony reconnects you with the wisdom of ancient anc estors and the Earth’s healing power.
Part 1: Understanding Sacred Landscapes
Chapter 1: How Landscapes Affect Us
Chapter 2: Using Crystals to Connect with Sacred Sites
Chapter 3: A Landscape Set in Stone
Chapter 4: How to Use This Book
Part 2: Sacred Sites and Their Corresponding Crystals
The Home of the Stone People: Inuksuk at the Circumpolar Regions; Kandahar, Afghanistan, and Serpentine
The Diamond in the Wilderness: Lake Louise, Banff, Alberta, and Canadian Amethyst
The Cosmic Portal: Mount Shasta, California, and Mount Shasta Blue Opal
Vortices of Awesome Beauty: Sedona, Arizona, and Sedona Stone
The Place of Peace: Pipestone National Monument, Minnesota, and Pipestone
Standing Together: 9/11 Memorial, New York City; Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Japan, and Herkimer Diamond
A Megalithic Portal: Newgrange, Ireland, and Snow Quartz
The Heart Chakra of the World: Glastonbury, England, and Ammonite
In the Footsteps of the Ancestors: Stonehenge, England, and Preseli, Wales, and Preseli Bluestone
Meeting the Mother of God: Medjugorje, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Blue Quartz
The Unity of Universe, God, and Humanity: Hajji Bektash Dervish Tekke, Hacibektas, Turkey, and Diaspore (Zultanite)
Coming Home to Mother Africa: Gorée Island, Senegal, and Rutilated Quartz
A Metaphysical Landscape: The Great Pyramid, Cairo, Egypt, and Aswan Granite
The Sanctuary of She Who Is Powerful: Sekhmet Sanctuary, Luxor, Egypt, and Black Basalt
Speaking with God: Mount Sinai, Egypt, and Smoky Quartz
Unity in Diversity: Hanging Gardens of Haifa, Israel, and Marble
The First House of God: Grand Mosque, Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and Tektite
The Luminescent Crystal Mountain: Mount Kailash, Tibet, and Tibetan Quartz
Where Spirituality and Nature Meet: Narmada River, Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh, India, and Shiva Lingam
The Impermanence of Being: Spring Temple Buddha, Lushan County, China, and Chinese Red Quartz
Home of the Sun Goddess: Ise Shrine, Honshu Peninsula, Japan, and Chrysanthemum Stone
The Holy Stone of Mother Earth: Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory, Australia, and Alcheringa Stone
The Power of Place: Castle Hill Rocks, South Island, New Zealand, and Maori Greenstone
The Womb of Re-Creation: Big Island, Hawaii, and Lava Stone with Olivine
A Mythological Landscape: Machu Picchu, Peru, and Machu Picchu Stone
Holding the Balance of the Universe: Chichén Itzá, Yucatan Peninsula, and Crystal Skull
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Posted January 17, 2013
Excellent and unique. A very useful take on working with stones, and using them as conduits and connectors to sacred sites. There isn't much information on this topic in crystal/stone working and this work is insightful and puts much of this information in a cohesive work. Contains information on the properties of many rare and unique stones, which I have not even heard mentioned in other books, even many of Hall's own!
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