| Saturday, June 22, 2019 |
Global event

Hidden Streams Healing Arts Intensive: Artmaking

11:00 AM » 2:00 PM

This is the third of 4 sessions of this Healing Arts Intensive. Please click here for information and registration

Global event

Connecting with Crystals with Steven Blaine Adams

3:00 PM » 7:00 PM

The art of healing with gemstones is thousands of years old. Shamans and medicine men knew the power of crystals and passed it down to the present day. Stones possess energies, memories, vibrations and ancient knowledge. Stones are gifts from the Earth and the Spirit World. We humans are made of the same minerals as the stones and crystals.

This workshop is designed to give you essential principles and tools to build your relationship with crystals, and to understand and utilize their magical and healing properties.

You will learn how to:

  • ~ work with crystals for healing and empowering mind, body and spirit
  • ~ "program" stones: put an intention into a crystal to accomplish a goal
  • ~ learn color theory as a simple, effective key to the energies of stones
  • ~ cleanse stones of negative energy
  • ~ build relationships with your crystals so you can receive their messages, healing and positive energy

Each student will apply what they have learned by working hands-on with the crystals to create a pendant or earrings as a charm for their own or another's healing.

You will receive valuable handouts about planetary and chakra correspondences, gemstone folklore, color theory, crystals for aura protection, gem remedies for healing, and how to do a divination reading with stones.

Preregistration is required

Steven Blaine Adams is an artist and designer who works with natural materials like stones and crystals to create symbols with spiritual resonance. He is LFAC's store designer, and is on the curatorial committee for LFAC's art exhibits. Steve creates spirit-based jewelry, and has been a Tarot reader for 30 years.

Read Steve's article about crystals and his "Spiritual Artist's Path" in LFA's Pantheon online journal

$55/$45 early registration by June 15