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18 July 2006 @ 01:57 pm

This painting reminded me of crystallline energy; I would love to see more paintings anyone links with this.
13 July 2006 @ 10:45 pm
I found this cute little site about colorstrology. I thought it was pretty interesting and thought perhaps you guys would as well.

I'm Berry Conserve. Definitely reconsidering haircolors. Bwuahaha.

"Berry Conserve - Healer, Independent, Performer -
"People are drawn to your magnetic personality. You have a good sense of humor and are not afraid to laugh at yourself. Whether you know it or not, you have an ability to help and heal others. Just being around you or listening to your words can have a soothing affect on people. Although you are independent, you are also sensitive and can be withdrawn when it comes to your own personal feelings. Wearing, meditating, or surrounding yourself with Berry Conserve helps you direct your energy. It makes you feel saife without the need for isolation or defensive behavior patterns."

Ohh for the whole month of March -
((really, this is too much fun for me... ))
Fair Aqua - Intuitive, Subtle, and Empathetic -

"The color for the month of March is Fair Aqua. Dreamy and illusive, this color helps guide people between the conscious and subconscious worlds. Fair Aqua evokes the qualities of trust and clarity. Neptune, god of the oceans, presides over the month of March. Wearing, meditating, or surrounding yourself with Fair Aqua helps you see past the world of appearances. It can also help increase faith and psychic ability."

Wee! Fun fun ^_____^
13 July 2006 @ 12:59 am
Allo! I'm Ali, and just happened upon this community while suffering from the normal insomnia. I've been told that my aura was Crystal before, but I took the test to find that it was very much Crystal, Indigo, Lavendar, and Blue. How about them apples? I'd like to learn more about it, thus I clicked the Join button. I'm really no good at introductions... Well, I'm a Freshman in college now - majoring in French and Art with a minor in Photojournalism. My dream job is to be a writer and also work with National Geographic. I can be pretty random (like just now, there was a huge thunderclap and my whole mood changed). I live in the middle of nowhere, USA. I'm a total tree-hugger who tries to keep in touch with nature as much as possible. Can't really think of much else to say... I have a website? http://www.keebeechronicles.blogspot.com
Well, that's about it. Aussi, je parle Francais. Peut-etre voulez vous parler avec moi?
Woah, downpour. The rain is tapping the ceiling, telling me it's time for sleep. Until tomorrow, a bientot!
13 June 2006 @ 09:50 pm
I really need some inspiration.
I want to create some art; drawings or paintings (I have acrylics, watercolours, drawing pens in black, charcoal pencils and good ol' 2B) any ideas?
I really have no inspiration, no direction what so ever. Maybe paint from a photograph I've taken or from an image of a celebrity? I just need someone with a bit of outside perspective to give me their view(s).
Here's my DA if you want to see some of my photos.
Or if anyone would like to request something then that'd be great (though, admittedly I'm not so good with deadlines).
I've been walking in the coutryside, been out gazing over beautiful scenery but nothing is providing that spark to trigger the idea, it's madness because I've only been back a little while from a trip to Paris and if anything should provide me with inspiration then Paris should have. *Sigh* I hate wanting to do something so badly but not being able to.
Do other people here get that, where they want to create something beautiful and interesting and thoughful but when they come to it, they can't quite think of the idea that's good enough to fulfill the urge and that can be realised?
karma says: frustratedfrustrated
10 June 2006 @ 11:07 am
Hi, I'm back! (For those of you who don't know, I'm the co-mod Rachel.) I was reading Fahrenheit 451 for school recently, and the initial description of the character Clarisse struck me as incredibly crystalline.

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Yes, I know there are many crystals, as well as other types of people, in books and movies and such, but to me this was almost the epitome of a crystal. I felt like I had to share!
karma says: creativedreamy
17 May 2006 @ 02:44 pm
I'm so happy to find a crystal aura community! I've been waiting for one for months. My name is Kariel, and I am crystalline. I am owned by two budgies, currently still in high school, and "Yellow" by Coldplay is my favourite song. I was afraid of my abilities at a young age, and thus suppressed them. I also suffer from a mental illness, blurring the lines of reality, imagination, and the mystical. I am accompanied by spirits, including demons who have a firm grip on my life no matter what I do or whom I go to. I'm Catholic, with a family background including Hinduism and Islam. Sometimes I have white feathers surrounding or falling near me. I own a deck of archangel cards to conduct readings, although I'm still a novice. I'm learning to see light as a thing of beauty, instead of the piercing spear stabbing at me - I prefer the healing quiet of darkness. I write, and draw when inspiration strikes me.

So yes, that's my introductory post for y'all - hope to share pleasant times with this community!

(And this song is really powerful, I suggest you listen to it.)
Current Location: My bedroom
karma says: calmcalm
the angels are playing: Nara + E.S. Posthumus
16 May 2006 @ 05:52 pm
~ Hello. I am a girl from England.
I like pretty anythings, summer dresses & sunny weather make me happy.
I like art: lots of fairy illustrations~ Arthur Rackham, Warwick Goble, Ida Rentoul Outhwaite;
Pre-raphaelite art: John William Waterhouse, Edmund Blair Leighton.
I like reading: lots of classics~ Charlotte Bronte, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, though a recent favourite is Memoirs of a Geisha.
I love fae & flowers : I hope to work in a Florist one day very soon; I fair daydrempt my life away until just recently~ I dropped out of School because ...{I hated it! hehe}-- it was quite spirit-crushing. My dream though, is to eventually get the training I need to work with people with disabilities, or to work as a carer.
I love my Keith, Andrew, Vaelie, & Charlie~ these are the beings I'm closest to.

27 April 2006 @ 08:43 am
So, I'm reading this book, right: "Long Way Down" by Nick Hornby.

It's reminded me of when I tried to top myself. This was years ago now, and I remember, the next day, after the police let me go and I went back to my bedsit, picking up the pieces of broken crockery and smashed glass. The light was coming in through the window and I was just getting on with life again, and the crockery and glass was just a metaphor. Life was pretty ethereal then.

It was the first day of the unknown, because up until then, I had no ability to imagine what those 'next' days would be like. For me, those 'next' days were never meant to come. Of course, I'd sort of fretted a bit about how my parents might be upset, but only in a really vague way.

And then I found out that one of the guys that had caught me back from the brink had managed to turn it all around to be about him. About how, specifically, he was mad at me for doing that to him.

Like I meant to do anything to him?!

It's funny, it's only just occurred to me while reading the book. He really did make the whole event out to be something that happened just to him. I was told I would have to apologise to him. That I'd 'messed' him up!

I suppose it was good that he did make it about himself. Worrying about him was the first piece of non-introspection I'd done for months. All I'd thought about up until then had been the when and how of ending it all.

Maybe he was a buddha-emanation, specifically turning my attentions outwards through a selfless act of selfishness!

That is probably the healthiest way to perceive it!
karma says: contemplativecontemplative
25 April 2006 @ 08:48 pm
A question for everyone:

Do you believe in soul mates?

I'm not saying that a true love is the same as a soul mate, I believe that one person can have someone in their life that is their soul mate and another that is their true love. At this point in my life I think that a soul mate is more important than a love, even more than a true love.

How about if a soul mate is not a human being, but an animal, what do you think about that?
My mum has said that her horse, Andy is her soul mate, she was told by a healer who came to see if he could do anything for Andy (I can't remember which ailment) that Andy had been waiting a long time for her. But that then takes us on to the subject of reincarnation, personally I have a very strong belief in reincarnation, it's funny because even people who don't seem to have much of a belief in reincarnation tell me that I have an old soul and that I am wiser than my years.

Do you believe in reincarnation, do you think that there is a hierarchy within the lifeforms that inhabit the universe or are we all equal?

Concerning this aspect I am not so sure, I don't really like the idea that we, as humans have a higher place concerning souls within the universe than other intelligent animals who enjoy life in sometimes similar but different ways.

I think I may have found a soul mate, I'm just not sure if they are the soul mate of my existence.
karma says: quixoticquixotic
25 March 2006 @ 12:12 pm
I found this quite fascinating and I thought this would interest some of you, too.

Totem Animals

My power/totem animal is the cat, and I found the description of its meaning exceptionally accurate.

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Especially the last few sentences are very accurate. My life seems to be filled with little moments of magic and mystery, I am definitely independent and a free thinker, and I have always been a "night person".