Spiral Grids

Posted by Melissa robak on

Grids don't have to be complex.  They can consist of a single type of crystal and arranged in whatever way you feel will work best for you.  Sometimes, inspiration will come from seemingly nowhere and you're not entirely certain why you're creating a grid, until you get a chance to see the final result and reflect on how it makes you feel.

I felt a gentle nudge to create a spiral using tumbled chevron amethyst.  Spirals are found in many different cultures around the world and carry deep meaning.  The most common meaning is moving through experiences in order to attain wisdom.  Every experience contains a lesson and sometimes we have to spiral inward in order to do the work needed, then spiral outward again to integrate this newfound knowledge in order to move forward.

Chevron Amethyst is excellent for the third eye, helping you both find and put into action a positive answer to any question.  It opens up your intuition, allowing you to glean knowledge from the situation so that you can find resolution and move forward.

This grid is all about movement, dispelling negativity, and being open to the lessons waiting.


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