CROWN CHAKRA OPENING MEDITATION and SOUND HEALING Tomorrow 730p @long_island_healing_arts 💛✨👑✨💛
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This week we will focus on opening the crown chakra — going beyond intellectual knowing in order to experience unity and the selfless realization that everything is connected at a fundamental level. When we begin to realize that everything is interconnected and that we are apart of a larger scheme of life, we can transcend fear and anxiety and live with gratitude, faith and trust! 💛👑💛
Sahasrara (Crown Chakra) is associated with:
ॐ Awareness of higher consciousness/wisdom
ॐ Connection with the formless/limitless
ॐ Liberation from limiting patterns
ॐ Presence 💛👑💛
In this meditation we will utilize Pranayama breathing, Mantra, Mudras and Harmonic Sound specifically for the crown chakra to liberate the spirit and open to the Divine. As we grow our connection with the universal Divine source, we begin to experience mystical oneness with everyone and everything in nature; promoting lasting bliss.
Another look at our throwback from June. Did you know that I’m a mom if 3 & that when I was a brand new mom, unsure of myself and my ideas, I met this woman & we set out to create a tribe together. This is one of my favorite pieces ever because not only did I get to work with two of my best friends @misfitmamaelena and @eyeamcreations but this was a tribute to our “Queen Bee”. She has brought many woman together, much like a Queen Bee as almost a “mother to many”. 🐝🐝🐝
Last week when I posted the picture of Queen Alexandra's festoon necklace I mentioned that the original #Tiara that went with the set no longer existed. I answered some questions about it in the comments, but those are so easy to miss, so here's more in honor of #TiaraTuesday. This information comes from the "Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor" blog.
This tiara, created as a wedding gift to Alexandra in 1863, is known as the "Rundell Tiara". It was worn by Queen Alexandra on multiple occasions though her life. This tiara has detachable parts that turn into brooches and there are even photos of her wearing it with those interlocking scroll sections removed, so it looks quite different. Alexandra died in 1923 and the tiara was inherited by her daughter, Princess Victoria. The tiara was then "disposed of" which could mean it was sold or more likely was broken up and made into other pieces (this was common - try not to be shocked and appalled!). It's a shame it isn't around anymore - this is such an attractive and lovely tiara. Would you wear it?