Travel in your dreams to the Celtic Faerie Realm, This crystal grid will assist you on that journey. Place this grid in your room, when you sleep the fae will send you visions, guidance, and protection as you venture into their sacred lands.
Apophyllite- Spiritual awakening, purifier, assists communication with guides
Amethyst Slice- Portal into the dream realm, peaceful sleep
Preseli Bluestone- Celtic fae energy, ancient magick, lucid dreams
Moonstone- Connects to moon goddesses, transformation, protection
Danburite- Enlightenment, self love healing, dream travel
Blue Topaz- Peaceful communication, connection to water spirits, psychic protection
What a privilege to lovingly pack all these babies up and get them ready for their new homes!
In case you missed the news, as of the Aquarius New Moon next week, Two Sides Tarot will have some of the universe’s best tarot decks available for sale - including the nautically delicious Mermaid Tarot by Dame Darcy! All decks coming to the shop are decks I personally love working with, and they’ll soon be available for you to peruse and purchase all in one place! Best of all, if you’re in Australia, shipping is free! Mark your calendars for February 9th!
To make sure you get all the deets when the shop goes live, head to www.twosidestarot.com/mailing to get on the mailing list! #damedarcysmermaidtarot #tarot #tarotdecks #tarotcards #mermaids
Transparency “honest, authentic, present” - The weekend is here and this is the time to be real with yourself. No fake smiles and politeness like you’d do at work/school. No. Today you’re called to be yourself. Live out your true emotions today and recognize yourself for who you are. Live in the present, today. Let’s not worry about the future and definitely don’t look to the past. Let’s just focus on right now.
Mermaids—half human, half fish—have surfaced throughout the globe in different folkloric traditions: ancient Greece’s sirens, Scheherazade’s tale of “Djullanar the Sea-girl,” Scotland’s selkies, Thailand’s Suvannamaccha, the African diaspora’s Mami Wata, Indonesia’s Nyai Roro Kidul, Brazil’s Iara, the Slavic rusalki, and Hans Christian Andersen’s (and, by extension, Walt Disney’s) “Little Mermaid.” Today, mermaids (okay—humans in mermaid costumes) can be found across the United States, from roadside attractions to popular festivals.