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Tap into the healing power of crystals with 64 beautifully illustrated cards in The Crystal Healing Card Deck.
The Crystal Healing Card Deck provides readers with an easy-to-use reference deck for major and minor crystals as well as their physical and emotional healing properties, organized by chakra. This accessible deck makes it easy to get the most out of your crystals and find the best healing practice for you.
The card deck includes 64 cards, each one featuring a unique crystal, and a 176-page booklet illustrating the practices that work best with each crystal, all packaged in a beautiful keepsake box.
This crystal healing card deck is intended for anyone who aspires to deepen their crystal healing journey as they nurture their body, mind, emotions, and spirit.
EXPERT GUIDANCE: Author Uma Silbey is an original stone healer in the United States who boasts 40+ years of experience and has served as a spiritual leader for the "New Age" cultural movement since the 1980s
QUICK-TO-REFERENCE PROPERTIES: Use the cards to easily find what healing properties your crystals have and how to best use them to soothe your mind and body
INCLUDES SUGGESTED PRACTICES: Expand your crystal knowledge with the included booklet, complete with suggested practices that work best for each crystal
BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED AND PHOTOGRAPHED: The cards feature stunning illustrations and photography of the crystals
THE PERFECT SELF-CARE GIFT: Beautifully packaged in a keepsake box, this reference deck is perfect for the crystal lover in your life
COMPLETE YOUR COLLECTION: Enhance your crystal healing practice and reflection with The Power of Crystal Healing and The Crystal HealingReflection Journal
About the Author
Uma Silbey is an author, musician, and jewelry artist who has served as a spiritual leader for the "New Age" cultural movement since the 1980s. Her works, articles, and interviews have appeared on The Today Show and CNN, and in People magazine, Smithsonian magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, and The New York Times. She currently resides in Maui, Hawaii.