Welcome to my little online store. Based in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.
Did you know I now have a purpose built Amazing Little Crystal Cabin on our beautiful property for you to come view the gorgeous crystals. This is by appointment only so send me a message to find out more.
I take a lot of pride in that I personally pick every single piece to bring you, my lovely customers, the most beautiful Crystals and Gemstones from all over the world.
I sell my one of a kind handmade Malas, Dreamcatchers and some other amazing goodies for your home.
Check back regularly as I will add new stock all the time.
Please let me know if you are after anything you can’t find as I’d love to source that special piece for you.
Don’t forget all orders over $50 recieve a free crystal heart
Thanks so much
SHIPPING UPDATE🥰🙏🏻My region is still in level 2, Auckland is in Level 3 but Fingers crossed this will be a short Lockdown and we can get back to how we are used to living in the beautiful country of ours.
My online website is Open For shopping. 🥰🙏🏻I’m shipping orders as usual, it may just take a bit longer to arrive, but most have been overnight. But please be patient. All order be be sent non signature for safety reasons.
Thanks so much for your support, time and patience During this uncertain time. I’m hoping your lovely crystals are at least giving you some comfort a smile and something to look forward to 🥰🙏🏻💖Big Smiles and lots of Love and Patience Shenoa
The Meaning Of Namaste
I have always loved the greeting used in one of my Favourite countries, Nepal.
(and many other countries)
it is a sign of great respect Said with hands pressed together in front of the heart followed with a bow.
It is used as both a written and spoken greeting also a goodbye.
In a more “spiritual” sense, “Namaste” is also non-verbally saying “I honor the place you occupy in the Universe. I honor you with love, wisdom and peace.”
The term mala is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning “garland” “wreath” “crown” which is a string of beads used for prayer and meditation by Hindus and Buddhists It is also the term for a string of beads that has been used by sages and those with spiritual aspirations for thousands of years. Yogis and Buddhists were the first to use mala to enhance their spiritual practices. Also called yoga beads, mala is used to keep count of repetitions while reciting, chanting or mentally repeating a mantra or japa, during meditation.