Introducing Avalonian Stone Readings

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Greetings everyone! I have been working very hard and am excited to introduce my new Avalonian Stone Readings.  I have had a great love of rocks and stones since I was a little girl collecting them from glacial lakes while on vacation with my parents  in the Rocky Mountains. My dad and sister are the same way and we always came home with a trailer full of rocks. My mother used to say we were just like Lucille Ball in The Long Trailer. It wasn’t until I was in my thirties that I actually sat down and watched that movie and roared with laughter at the familiarity of it!

I began seriously collecting stones as a young adult and began to investigate their healing properties, then of course life changes and pretty soon I began to be too busy with diaper changes and three am feedings so my collection sat on the table collecting dust. Recently I have had a re connection with the study of minerals, their healing properties, and the art of lithomancy, which is divination using stones. The method I began studying several years ago never really resonated with me so I decided it was time to develop my own methods using some of the celtic symbolism that speaks to my heart. The system is very comprehensive, you need to look at the layout as a whole so it’s not really conducive to the photo accompanied with the written blog. I decided the readings would be much better presented in video format, so I am again expanding my horizons and learning how to utilize You Tube. After several starts and stops and multiple roadblocks I think I am now ready to present my first Avalonian Stone Reading video.

As I mentioned, the symbolism I am using is celtic in origin. The Triquitra symbolizes the cycle of life in thirds. We see this symbolism often in spirituality. The circles represent the eternal cycle and the mythology the readings are based on comes from the ancient Welsh Pantheon of the Mabinogion.

http://sacred-texts.com/neu/celt/mab/index.htm

Mythology being another passion of mine, has led me to spend much time in study of the myths of Rhiannon, Cerridwen, Arianhrod, Branwen and Blodeuwedd.  Each of them represent part of the great cycle and have much to teach us.

http://www.sisterhoodofavalon.org/1-the-goddesses.htm

This page from the Sisterhood of Avalon will give you a good overview of the symbolism of each of the Welsh cycle goddesses.

If you are interested in receiving an Avalonian stone reading, please find my link on the left side for Booking a Consultations

I hope you enjoy!

Blessings All!

Miria

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