O'siyo Oginalii. Tsilugi!
( Hello Friends. Welcome!)

~The Earth is our Mother, Care for her; honor all your relations.
Open your heart and soul the the Great Spirit.
All life is sacred; treat all beings with respect.
Take from the earth what is needed and nothing more.
Do what needs to be done for the good in others.
Give constant thanks to the Great Spirit for each new day.
Speak the truth, but only of the good in others.
Follow the rhythms of nature; rise and retire with the sun.
Enjoy life's journey, but leave no tracks.~

~The Native American Creed~

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

The "Broken Heart" Healing Power of Peridot

***This tree has been sold. Please contact me for a custom order!***

The color of this peridot is true newness.
It reminds me of new blades of grass and the awakening of the Mother in spring.

Perdiot is the birthstone of August but also has very important healing properties.

It fosters emotional balance, and helps us heal from past emotional wounds.
It clears the path way to the heart and heals damaged egos.
Anger , jealousy, bitterness, and irritation are poison for your soul and are usually a result from wounded hearts ( and sometimes, a wounded EGO).
It helps us move past the hurt, and understand our relationships. It adds intelligence to your romantic situations, giving you a bit of common sense in affairs of the heart, and protecting you from unnecessary heartache.
The effect of a wounded heart can last for years, even a lifetime, without presenting itself as the obvious.
A true broken heart is like a fragile piece of china broken into pieces.
You can always glue the pieces back together but there are always those tiny pieces (slivers really) that either you can never find or just never quite fit again.
Those missing pieces can present themselves in your every day life. They are present (or not present) in relationships, everyday life and even on your very own self esteem.
Pieces of *you* are missing.
Peridot can help heal those wounds, fill in those missing pieces and take away the bitterness that ensues.

This piece is currently for sale in my Etsy shop, along with more pictures and details:

Many blessings to you,


  1. Thanks for sharing! I love learning the meaning of the stones in a piece. Can't wait to learn more!

  2. I love being inspired by nature! This is great!