This months Crystal Workshop is just in time for the Abundant Harvest Moon and you will be using your crystals to create plenty of Abundance in health, wealth, joy and happiness. This month you will be:

– learning what crystals are key in manifesting Health, Wealth, Joy and Happiness.
– setting your intentions around what you want to create in your health, wealth, joy and happiness segments of your Wheel of Life.
– learning how to get creative around making your crystal layouts, grids and pujas or sacred spaces.
– using some Feng Shui techniques to increase the positive momentum around your crystal creations.
I will be doing my Money Room Visualization with you to create new feelings of Abundance replacing any outdated feelings of lack. This visualisation is available on my website check it out!
Your free gift this month is a Tigers Eye Tumble Stone which will not only help you create Abundace but it will ground all that you are creating into this physical reality. There will also be a small Sprig of Sage to cleanse your Crystal with.

Harvest Moon

This year, the brilliant Harvest Moon will appear in the evening of Monday, September 20, reaching peak illumination at 7:54 P.M. EDT.

One thing that sets the Harvest Moon apart from other full moon names is that it’s not associated with a specific month, as the others are. Instead, the Harvest Moon relates to the timing of the autumnal equinox (September 22, 2021), with the full Moon that occurs nearest to the equinox being the one to take on the name “Harvest Moon.” This means that the Harvest Moon can occur in either September or October, depending on how the lunar cycle lines up with the Gregorian calendar.

Tigers Eye

Tiger’s Eye brings confidence, strength, courage, protection and good luck. It sharpens the senses, promotes intuition and helps one to be practical, centred and grounded. It enhances personal power, allows clarity, good judgement, clear perception and insight, aiding in good decision making. Tiger Eye can be used to stimulate wealth and maintain it.


Sage is a herb used in cuisines throughout the world.  It has been used for centuries by Native Americans, Egyptians and Romans.  It comes dried in bundles or loose as dried leaves.

Burning sage, also known as “smudging” has a long tradition among Native Americans, in rituals for clearing negative energy. Ancient Egyptians and Romans traditionally used sage to treat digestive issues, memory problems and sore throats and to promote healing and wisdom.  It is said to bring a sense of calm.  Like Paolo Santo, Sage is believed to have antibacterial and antimicrobial properties and has traditionally been used to treat colds and flus and viruses.



  • Event Date : 16/09/2021 7:30 pm
  • Event End Date : 16/09/2021 9:30 pm
  • Available place : 40
  • Individual Price : 35
  • Created By : Judith McAdam
  • Location : Zoom
  • Categories : Events