How to Choose My Personal Gemstone

It is common today to have a personal stone. The personal stone may be associated with a zodiac sign or a birth month. It may be a gem stone that has been passed down in a family or even a favorite color. Your personal stone is one with which you feel a deep connection. It is said that all gems have vibrations, but not all work the same on people. To have the best benefits from a stone there must be a deep feeling for the stone.. Continue reading How to Choose My Personal Gemstone

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Did Hippies change the World?

Hippie Movement inspired me and gave me the most important kind of freedom: the freedom of my thought, the freedom of expression through my art and the freedom to live my one and only life, as I want and dream. Of course, I was born many years later. The Hippie Movement doesn’t exist anymore and I’ve never had the chance to live that experience or even have that memory. But Hippie Spirit still exists!
I found a very interesting article and I’d like to share it with you. Did Hippies changed the World or not? That’s a big question to me: Does the meaning or the spirit of Hippie Movement has evaporated and I’m still here, believing a lie or not? Continue reading Did Hippies change the World?

How to store my Crystals & Gemstones

Although we love to have our crystals out on display, it’s not always possible to have everything out. Especially as our collection grows! If you keep small, large, polished and unpolished crystals together they can scratch and chip. When storing crystals, they are also shielded from other energies in the environment. It also makes it easier to find what you are looking for!
I hope this post will give you some ideas and inspiration to store your crystals so, let’s find out some wonderful ideas to do it! Continue reading How to store my Crystals & Gemstones

The History of Hippie Fashion in the 70s

The free-flowing Hippie Fashion of the 1970s reflected the youth culture’s response to the strict mores and conservative values of the 1950s and 1960s. Defined by their carefree and laid-back attitude, hippies adopted a more eclectic, leisurely style that symbolized peace, love and equality for all. Entertainers like Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Jefferson Airplane and Cher popularized hippie fashions that blended ethnic garments, colorful patterns and loose-fitting clothing. All this made the hippie look one of the most recognizable trends of the 1970s.. Continue reading The History of Hippie Fashion in the 70s