This workshop was conducted by Alphedia Arara at the Scottish Dragon Wisdom School, it was to focus on the dragon kingdom which came forward to help assist in healing the emotional body and release negative thought patterns. The water dragons in particular were present during this workshop. I did this workshop distantly so I was sent the files after it was done; I went though all the files the night after.
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The Crystal Dragon Clan is currently at 9 (eight of them are shown above). On the physical aspect I know that these are crystals that are carved as dragon skulls, but on a spiritual level I feel that there is a “consciousness” within the skull. No matter how you look at it, they are pretty cool 😀 All the dragons here have given permission to reveal their names and photos. All the photos were taken by me. 🙂 Captions are on the left images saying where the skulls came from 😀
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I was given this plant a couple of years ago at a metaphysical store when purchasing crystals, me and the owner were talking and the conversation of nightmares came up. I told her that I had a lot of them and they were making it harder and harder to stay focused and awake during the day. She turned to the other shop owner and asked him “go get a coleus from upstairs”. At this point I had no idea what that even was, a couple of minutes later the person came back and put this small pot on the counter. The woman then told me to keep this plant in my room and the nightmares will begin to vanish. I asked her how much she wanted for the plant, but she just shook her head and said that I could have it (along with some basil tea), apparently she had loads of these plants upstairs. She also gave me a brief summary on how to look after it. I thanked her and took my tea, crystals and plant home with me. The interesting thing was when I got the plant home, I didn’t seem to have nightmares, and when they did come they were only brief and didn’t wake me at all 🙂
I brought a pot so the water could drain into it and began researching into the plant and how to look after it. Luckily it was a easy plant to take care of, since I had never looked after a indoor plant before. So after watering it I noticed that the little stem of a plant began to grow. Then I got attuned to reiki in which we had to use a plant case study for part of the course; this fitted in perfectly since I had a plant to use, and it was safe to say it began to grow fast with the extra help and needed a bigger plant pot XD.
Continue reading What My Jade Coleus Plant Has Taught Me
So I had an experience with three different therapies in one session! These were:
- Dry Cupping
A brief description of each one is as follows:
Massage –Use of hands to relieve
tension within the
Dry Cupping (Air based) – Use of a plastic cup which is
placed over the muscles before the air is suctioned out of the cup which causes the muscles to rise.
Acupuncture – Using fine needles in various points on the body depending on symptoms a person is experiencing.
Being a person who is terrified on needles I wasn’t too sure on acupuncture, but as my interest in holistic therapies grew, I thought it wouldn’t hurt to give it a try. On top of the fear of needles I’m not very comfortable with people touching me; however not only did I want to know what these treatments were like, but also I hoped that it would calm my fear down of these things. It was safe to say that I was nervous about the whole thing, but part of me was incredibly excited at the same time.
The woman I went to was lovely, she sat me down and asked various questions about my health and what I was there for. She went over the three treatments she would be doing and showed me what equipment was used and how it worked. I informed her about my nervousness about the needles and the whole touching thing, which she said I could tell her if I felt too uncomfortable, which was a great reassurance. After, the first treatment she did was a massage followed by the dry cupping, which was incredibly relaxing. The cups can be moved around the body (called gliding cupping) which acts like a massage. With cupping it does leave makes were the cups have been, but even though they look like bruises they are painless. It looks like you have been attacked by an octopus XD. The dry cupping helps bring any toxins to the surface of the skin so the concentrated blood flow can get rid of it.
Continue reading Massage, Dry Cupping and Acupuncture…oh my!
Well, hello there.
I got to admit this is a bit daunting, actual making a blog; scary stuff. As you can tell I’m a beginner with this whole thing but I get the feeling that this will (hopefully) become something great (better than it’s current state anyway. I have been iffing and arring about making a blog to share my experiences but the obstacle of fear has held me back for quite some time and I felt like I should try and overcome it; that and there were some nudges from a certain crystal clan of mine. I thank you in advance if you are reading this, and if you do have some tips for me on how to get started, let me know. 🙂 Have a lovely day.