Stonehenge…a popular tourist location for many reasons. Some go because it is so mysterious and mystical. Others may go because they get interesting vibrations from it. But, where do these vibrations come from?
Stonehenge, and most standing stone sites, is one of the several energy focal points of the world. These are places where there seems to be an abundance of spiritual energy so high that it affects everybody who goes near them(or even thinks about them), regardless of how attuned they are spiritually. So, needless to say, Stonehenge and many of these other focal points would be very convenient to be around. Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could just live and thrive near a focal point of energy?
Well, that’s what this post is designed for. To teach you how to make your own miniature energy focal point. There are a few materials needed, however:
- A round dish(roughly 3 inches deep, minimum). This can be a clay pot or a bowl of sorts.
- Soil. Preferably fresh from the Earth itself.
- Crystals(Obsidian counts, by the way).
- River stones(as many as you want/will fit in your base).
Once you have your gathered materials, you are going to begin constructing your standing stones.
- Fill up whatever base(bowl, pot, et cetera) half-way with the soil you’ve gathered.
- Place your crystals in the center and push them in. If they are pointed, stand them vertically. If they aren’t put them in however they feel comfortable to you.
- Fill up the base the rest of the way with soil. Leaving some room at the top, in case any grass or moss begins to grow.
- Make a circle with the River Stones you have gathered. Standing them up in the soil. This will connect them to the energy of the crystals, making it more powerful.
- (Optional) Add some moss, or grass seeds to the soil to add extra life to your personal Standing Stones!
You can feel free to carve power symbols into the stones(including sigils of various deities). You may also want to keep this tool near a window where it can get plenty of sunlight. Or in an open space, at least two feet off the ground. Like your backyard or patio.
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