HEALING THEME Designed to support you in receiving guidance from “the grandmothers” — as well as other guides and supporters on beyond the grandmothers both in time and space.
SACRED HOME This piece sits on the Queen Charlotte Islands off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. A group of totem poles on Anthony Island is testimony to how the Haida Indians honor their ancestors. Figures of animals and birds – which they believed, like people, have supernatural powers – are carved into these mortuary poles.
STONE ATTRIBUTES The stones are turquoise, hematite, mahogany obsidian, snowflake obsidian, and black onyx. In concert they create a story of melding Father Sky with Mother Earth, of being both spiritually attuned and well grounded, of receiving assistance through the unknown, of accessing the ancient within and beyond, a story of willingly receiving support and guidance in order to be able to wisely offer it to others.
COLORS The colors turquoise, brown, gray and black together symbolize qualities of protection and potential, of gentleness and intensity, of water, sky and earth. These are the colors especially support chakras 1 (vitality), 4 (love), and 7 (connection to the Divine).
NUMBERS “Far Reach” vibrates to the number 6, which signifies family love, nurturing and integrity. In addition to 6, another significant number is 7. There are 25 stones on each side (which reduces to 7). Key attributes of these numbers are community, responsibility, honesty, balance, finding both the quest and the teacher.
GEOMETRY Hidden within the arrangement is an energy grid of six-pointed stars – overlapping triangles – which are energy generators and a sacred geometry of creation.