💧PAST, ☀️PRESENT, and 🌈FUTURE!

Remember to embrace each day~ 🙏

The days when it storms down rain. 💧

The days when the sun is blazing hot. ☀️

The days when you catch that magical rainbow. 🌈

Imagine the rain being your PAST. This includes any hardships or challenging experiences you have to overcome. Now these things have made you who you are. They are in the past for a reason. Let it go! Let the rain wash away all of those worries that no longer serve your higher purpose. You are cleansed and renewed ⚡️

Imagine the sun being your PRESENT. Based on the law of attraction, what you want to manifest in real time. Remember to ask the universe for what you want. For instance, if you want to be happy, be happy starting now! It’s easy as 1-2-3. 😄 Let the sun recharge your body and minds batteries. 🔋You are right where you need to be! Keep shining.

Imagine the rainbows being your FUTURE. Wherever you’ve been and wherever you are, help you in manifesting your future. Let the rainbows be a sign that when you accept the “good” with the “bad” you become balanced and grow more in harmony with world around you. ☯️ You are complete. You are perfect just the way you are.

You may notice I repeat the word “Let”. That’s because you don’t have to do much in this process, if you’re feeling overwhelmed, stuck or lost, simply take a deep breath and let it happen! The universe is a mystical place and can do most of the work for you. You just have to Accept and TRUST THE PROCESS! ✨ The light + the dark is what gives you that beautiful picture! ⚪️⚫️

Find a new perspective to see your light through those clouds! ☁️Your thoughts transform your life. 🔐 You can do it. 🦋 I believe in you! 💓💓💓

As always, this is a quick guide to the light. If you have any questions or want to dive more In depth with me I’m just a click away!

Thank you for being here.

Love and Light

Amanda

 

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Psychology of Color

Colors can subconsciously tell us about our feelings, moods, businesses, etc.

Red-

Passion – Strength – Determination

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Orange

Energy – Creativity – Warmth

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Yellow

Happiness – Optimism – Fun

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Green

Abundance – Growth – Health

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Blue

Calmness – Stability – Communication

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Purple

Wisdom – Spirituality – Imagination

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Pink

Love – Uniqueness – Compassion

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Brown

Grounded – Safety – Natural

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White

 Wholeness – Purity – Wellness

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Black

Protection, Power, Elegance

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7 Chakras for Beginners

What is a chakra?  A chakra in Sanskrit means wheel. There are 7 main chakras in the body that resonate with each energy center in physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual ways. Practiced in religions like Hinduism and Tantric Buddhism. The 7 main chakras alignment the mental and emotional body starting at the root of your feet to the crown of your head. girl-with-7-chakras-vector-1963283.jpg

What’s the purpose of chakras? Understanding your chakras can guide you to healing your life. Energy centers can transform your inner and outer being. Clearing your energy is a way to unblock any stress and balance your body, mind and spirit.

Who uses Chakras? Anyone can practice using their chakras as a fundamental resource to better health. Chakras are studied by yoga instructors, reiki practitioners, holistic health practitioners ,and spiritual enthusiasts.

The 7 main Chakras for Beginners are listen below.

 

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Root

Chakra Muladhara

Sacral

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Solar Plexus

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Heart

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Throat

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Third Eye

12931903 - the brow chakra

 

Crown

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Top 20 Crystals for Beginners

 

Whether you have been collecting crystals for years or are just discovering their spellbinding beauty and purpose, here is my review of the top 20 Crystals-Minerals-Gemstones-Rocks Remember as always, your intention is what matters most.  The energy you give, is the energy you receive.

Top 20 Crystals for Beginners

 

Clear Quartz

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Amethyst

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Citrine

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Carnelian

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Rose Quartz

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Lapis Lazuli

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Celestite

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Labradorite

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Aventurine

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Kyanite

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Tigers Eye

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Turquoise

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Black tourmaline

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Selenite

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Moonstone

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Malachite

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Fluorite

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Jasper

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“WasteLand” Documentary Response

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Vik Muniz is famous for creating artwork made from unordinary and unique materials. Muniz has made images using peanut butter and jelly, toys, junkyard materials, sugar and more. “Sugar children” was one of Muniz’s most important series of pieces in his career because it impacted a group of people and audience. The portraits made from sugar represented the Caribbean sugar children whose parents work 16-hour shifts in the sugar field. Similar to the significance of the sugar children, the Brazilian garbage pickers from Rio de Janerio’s Jardim Gramacho also sends a powerful message. The documentary shows the process of Muniz’s new idea to create a series of portraits using material from the world’s largest garbage dump in Brazil. The portraits of the pickers were made out of trash and recyclable materials on a large scale. Muniz used the materials from the landfill including the dirt to fill in the shadows. He engaged in the space of a whole building to mirror the photographs on the ground. The pickers helped place bags, toilets, shoes, bottle caps, baskets, dirt, and more thrown away materials to bring the images to life.His work gave the pickers pride in what they do and rewarded them for all their hard work. The proceeds from one of the pieces sold for over $50,000 dollars. 

The documentary shows how equal humans are because whether you are rich or poor, your garbage goes in the same place. People rarely think about where there trash goes, so it is easy for them to sit around and constantly throw things away. The pickers do not view the garbage as reusable material rather than trash. They also see the material as money because it can be recycled. Many of the pickers have dreams like being a cook or librarian, but are currently working to survive. Muzis and the pickers use something that would be typically seen as ugly and showed it’s success.  

“Wasteland” was an enlightening and honest documentary when revealing the life of a picker. I couldn’t imagine making only 20-30 dollars a day after digging through all the trash at the landfill. It would be hard as a picker to see all the reusable materials like books, shoes, clothes, blankets, and more items that people simply toss out. This documentary makes me more aware of the things I throw out and if I could recycle or donate the material to someone who needs it. Personally, I gained more appreciation for what I have and became more aware of the environment.

The inspiring stories of the pickers represent an impactful message through their portraits by Vik Muniz. Muniz is a creative and humble artist whose goals were admirable. The goals Muniz had during his process were to change the life of a group of people. After creating stunning portraits of the pickers out of the trash, Muniz gave the proceeds back to the people. Muniz stated how he already had everything, so he wanted nothing but to give back.

Muniz was an average person who cleaned up the dumpsters at work and grew up poor. Muniz has a positive view and outlook on life. He was able to achieve his dreams still after being in the middle of an argument he was not involved in and getting shot. I respect Muniz and his goals because this documentary was more about the overall mission andpeople rather than himself. It is uplifting to see the process of the pickers and their perspective of life. It was a shockingly beautiful process and an inspiring message to people about our environment and their daily habits.