Business Spotlight - Talking Stick EmporiumPosted March 20 2017
As a part of my exploration of Pagan businesses I want to share Talking Stick Emporium with you. They curate products from businesses and bring them to you all in one place. They have some unique and beautiful products.
Orgone Merkabas with Chakra Gemstones
"Merkaba, is the divine light vehicle allegedly used by ascended masters to connect with and reach those in tune with the higher realms. "Mer" means Light. "Ka" means Spirit. "Ba" means Body. It is the same shape as the Star of David."
Pyramid Energy Generators with 7 points
Pyramid energy generators can be placed around your space to clear, activate, transmute energy, for clearing and protecting.
Used for healing. Great for Chakra energy work. Place them over the Chakras or areas of the body where energy needs to be transmuted.
You can create energy grids with them or place around plants. Anywhere where there is a pyramid, energy won't become stagnant.
A small hole in the bottom of River Keeper holds a cloth for collecting drops of sacred water. A beautiful way to carry the water essence from any sacred site or ceremony. Leave the cloth in place. As the water wicks into her body she holds the living vibration and magnetism of each place and experience. 3" tall, comes with small messages including the words below, along with a blessing from Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers and instructions for collecting sacred water. Partial proceeds from the sale of this sculpture are donated to Grandmother Aggie.
All Bell Pine Art Farm sculptures are individually handmade with sacred intension. Designs vary on each piece.
Enclosed Card:"The water can hear you, bring your voice! Pour your heart into the river. Say "Thank you, I love you, I promise to care for you...
With purest intention, may all water be BLESSED, restoring it to life-sustaining balance. You are the river!"
Talking Stick Emporium is putting on the Harvest Moon Symposium, a journey to wellness and enlightenment in the Pacific Northwest in Elma, Washington, September 9-10, 2017.