"New definitions of spirituality are creating markets for personal sacred space. At the high-end, there are crystal-encrusted rooms with melodic waterfalls. For most of us, for most of your customers, it translates into special candles, incense burners, and windowsill plants with crystals in them. Many of you sell small figurines and other specialty items for home altars. If Instagram is any measure, the latest outgrowth of this trend is the increased popularity of crystal grids. Healing practitioner Fogg specializes in combining crystals with other elements in energetic patterns that heal, commemorate, and energize goals. Now, beautiful, powerful photography puts her spiritual artistry front and center in a book that shares her secrets with readers. From the Restful Sleep Circle to the Forgiveness Cross, these 30 highly-charged grids offer your customers a beautiful way to anchor energy in their lives." --Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight
A single crystal is a powerful tool. Think then how potent a crystal grid might be. A grid comprises several crystals and sets them in a geometric arrangement with a specific intention or outcome in mind. They can be used for health and wellness, abundance and prosperity, protection, love, or simply for inspiration.
The combination of the power of your chosen crystals in a geometric pattern greatly strengthens your focused intention and helps to manifest results much more quickly.
Crystal expert and author Kiera Fogg has put together 30 crystal grids, exquisitely photographed in a range of settings. The sacred geometry of each grid is revealed in an artwork map, so it can be recreated at home. The photographs are so vivid that they also can be used as a meditation tool in and of themselves.
9 x 8
60+ full-color photographs
May 1, 2018
|Kiera Fogg is a writer and speaker on modern wellness and spirituality, a certified Reiki practitioner, and an entrepreneur. Her company, Little Box of Rocks, offers healing crystal collections designed to celebrate life’s most magical occasions. Her collections have been featured on the pages of O, The Oprah Magazine, Vogue, People, and Good Housekeeping. Check out Kiera's work at littleboxofrocks.com and kierafogg.com.