Then there are the times when I gather them up and put them outside on a full moon when I know there is no change of rain, to clear them. I have to think “can this one get wet?” “Can I place this one on salt?” “Does this one fade in the sun?” Not an easy, effective, or really even sane way to go about clearing and charging our beloved stones.
So… I created a display case myself to hang on the wall after seeing pre-made ones were too expensive (no offence to the artists who make them!) I like it, although the space for these is still small. It still feels like their energies are bumping into each other. And they still need frequent clearing since I use them when creating my artwork.
When I was in an amazing crystal/stone/gemstone store the other day, many of the larger ones were on these fun velvet pillows. They held the stone safely in place and look nice. On a wall next to them were lavender filled eye pillows. Huh. Then it hit me! Combine them, and add stones and plants to them to clear the stones. Once I started experimenting, I realized that the stones used could clear, but also charge the item being displayed.
Upon further research and experimenting, I realized that quartz is programmable. And quartz sand is inexpensive. I also found that Selenite, one of the main stones I knew I had to use, is very soft and can be crushed very easily. Now if white sage just grew in Central Oregon… I am still not convinced that our sage is not just as good. I think the Californians might just have us all believing their sage is the best…
Since I already knew how to clear and program stones through smudging, fire clearing, energetic programming, and sacred geometry, I knew doing this for the pillows would work perfectly. And it does. A little help from the angels, gratitude, and a sewing machine, and viola! Here are my new clearing cushions!
The first round come in small (3×4) medium (4×5) and large (5×5 or more). Custom ones can be made too. I have many patterns and solid colors, GO HERE to view them all.