Important Changes to the Clinic and Boutique Starting February 1, 2023acupuncture, Uncategorized
ACUPUNKTURE CLINIC CHANGES: PRICING, POLICY & STORE HOURS
Starting February 1, 2023, here is the current pricing for all appointments, which is a reflection of both the increased operating costs over the past few years as well as the ongoing expansion of knowledge and offerings:
Private Pay Patients:
Initial Consultation and Treatment: $135.00
Follow up Treatments: $110.00
4 Pack Follow up Treatments: $400 (saves you $10 per treatment)
*If you are a current patient and wish to prepay for one package at the current rate of $360 per 4 pack ($90 per session) you may do so before February 1, 2023 and use this package moving forward to cover any future treatments.
Insurance Pay Patients: It is your responsibility to tell us if your insurance has changed.
Copays, Co-Insurance, and Deductibles are your responsibility and are due at the time of treatment. If your plan is subject to a deductible, you are responsible for the amount covered by your insurance per treatment until your deductible has been met. Generally, we will know the copay amount up front prior to your treatment but it may take up to 4 weeks to get an insurance Explanation of Payment (EOP) processed and know your exact coinsurance amount or deductible amount due per treatment. The coinsurance amount is a percentage of what is paid by insurance. The deductible amount is the full treatment rate paid by insurance which varies by insurance and is subject to our contracted rates. This deductible charge may be anywhere from $87-$120 depending on what your insurance covers. Until this amount is determined, we will hold a credit card on file and then contact you prior to charging you to let you know what is due when your EOP is returned by the insurance company.
Cancellation Policy: If a follow-up acupuncture appointment is not cancelled at least 24 hours in advance via text/phone call to 508-507-8015 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org you will be charged the full rate of your missed session.
Late Cancellation/No-Show fee: $110 or 1 acupuncture session deducted from your package plan. Late Cancellation/No-Show fees will not be covered by your insurance company.
We understand that there are times when you must miss an appointment due to emergencies or obligations for work or family. However, when you do not call to cancel an appointment, you are preventing another patient from getting much needed treatment. Conversely, the situation may arise where another patient fails to cancel and we are unable to schedule you for a visit, due to a seemingly “full” appointment book.
In certain emergency situations or in light of COVID19 infection or illness, your late cancellation/no-show fee may be waived. It is at the sole discretion of the practitioner to decide if your missed appointment qualifies for a one-time waiving of the fee.
Other changes starting February 1st: The Boutique will no longer be open on Sundays.
Whimsical Wellness Boutique Hours:
Monday, Weds, Thursday, Friday 1-7pm
Closed Tuesdays and Sundays
Thank you for being a part of our Community of AcuPUNKs and we hope you have a safe and healthy 2023! If you have any questions about the above changes please contact the clinic directly.
-The AcuPUNKture Team
Misfit Fridays: Free Acupuncture for Veteransacupuncture, acuPUNKture, veterans
Introducing: Virtual Treatments with At Home Acu-kits!acupuncture, acupuncture FAQ, acupuncture for common colds, acupuncture for digestive issues, acuPUNKture, acupunture, boston AcuPUNKture, bostonacupunkture, flu season, Uncategorized
Update: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Outbreakacupuncture, Uncategorized
We wanted to take a moment to address the current coronavirus outbreak. We are currently taking all necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the virus, including but not limited to frequent hand washing and disinfecting of surfaces in the office.
We are also asking that any patients who may have been exposed to the virus to STAY HOME until you have been tested. You may have been exposed if you:
– have traveled to China, South Korea, Japan, Iran, or Italy, or any of the 120 countries affected by the coronavirus in the last 30 days OR
– have recently had a fever greater than 100 degrees and/or
– cough, upset-stomach or respiratory (breathing) symptoms or
– have had had known contact with someone exposed to the coronavirus
If you may have been exposed and have an appointment scheduled for this week, give us a call at 617-971-8623 so we can reschedule your appointment.
Thank you for your cooperation in stopping the spread of the virus!
Stay safe and healthy,
The AcuPUNKture Team
Welcome our new part-time Associate Acupuncturist: Mary Maresca, LAc.!acupuncture, acupuncture FAQ, acuPUNKture, Uncategorized
Mary is a graduate of the New England School of Acupuncture where she completed a Masters Degree in Chinese and Japanese acupuncture styles. She is licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine and certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Mary has been involved in energy healing since the early 1990’s. She is certified in Healing Touch and has been a Reiki practitioner since 2009. Mary continues to pursue advanced training in the Dr. Tan Balance Method of acupuncture, Medical Qi Gong and the therapeutic use of Essential Oils. She also works in the Behavioral Health Department at Fenway Health as a Detox Acupuncturist.
While acupuncture addresses a wide array of conditions, Mary has special interest in pain management, musculoskeletal issues, migraine, mental health, and cancer treatment-related symptoms. Using acupuncture, cupping, kineseo-taping and oils, Mary brings thoughtful and compassionate care to help patients access their own innate healing ability.
In her own quest for a well-balanced life, Mary makes time for gardening,
watercolor painting, reading and meeting new people.
Mary’s appointment availability:
2 Saturdays per month 8-3:30pm & Thursday nights (starting in July): 4-8pm.
She is able to see all insurance patients currently seeking treatment at AcuPUNKture and is now booking appointments!
Price Changes in effect January 2018acupuncture, acupuncture FAQ, acupuncture prices, Uncategorized
Due to an increase in expenses over the past 2 years, AcuPUNKture’s Cash/Credit Rates will be Increasing starting January 1, 2018.
We are pleased to have been in business with you over the past 2 years. Since opening our doors in October 2015, we have not raised the prices of our services despite the continuous rise in expenses.
There has been an undeniable rise in prices of materials, rent and utilities since we first opened. In light of this increase and in order to continue to provide our patients with the best possible, comprehensive treatments, we can no longer avoid either sacrificing level of care or raising our prices.
Since we have never compromised the quality of our services even in the hardest of times and we endeavor to keep going with the agenda of excellent quality, we feel that an increase in price is a necessity. This will allow us to continue to offer services such as cupping, moxa, essential oils, take home magnets and teas in conjunction with your acupuncture sessions.
Below are the details of our new price tariffs. We look forward to your cooperation in the process and hope to continue being in business with you in the New Year.
To help offset this rise in out of pocket costs:
We will be offering you the opportunity through the month of December to prepay for future services at your current treatment rate.
Starting January 1, 2018 new prices will come into effect:
Initial Consultation and First Time acupuncture Treatment: $110
Follow-up Acupuncture Treatment: $90
Follow-up pre-paid packages: 4 prepaid treatments for $320 (10$ off- $80 per session)
Cancellation policy: 24 hours notice is required or a 50$ charge will be applied. This fee is not covered by insurance.
Food for thought/ Insurance options: It is now open enrollment for 2018 Health Care in Massachusetts. Your plan may have an option to cover acupuncture services- if this is of interest to you we highly suggest calling your HR department or inquiring with your Insurance provider about adding Acupuncture Benefits to your plan.
We also accept Flex Spending and HAS accounts.
Thank you for your understanding,
Crystal Meyers, LAc., Owner
Health Insurance- Open Enrollment and Acupuncture Coverage!acupuncture, acupuncture FAQ, acuPUNKture, acupunture, boston AcuPUNKture, health insurance, insurance, Uncategorized
Did you know that more and more Health Insurance plans are starting to cover Acupuncture Services?
Right now is open enrollment for Insurance Healthcare 2018– see if your plan has an option for Acupuncture Coverage and start your journey to a healthier you today!
Plans we currently accept:
Neighborhood Health Plan
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Commonwealth Care Alliance/One Care
Blue Cross Blue Shield MA
Tufts Community Health
Health Net Federal Services
If you are wondering if your plan covers acupuncture, give us a call and we will be happy to check for you: 617-971-8623
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Now Accepting Health Insurance!acupuncture, boston AcuPUNKture, bostonacupunkture, healthy, holistic medicine, insurance, relief, Uncategorized
Here at AcuPUNKture we strive to provide the best care possible to all of our patients and we are excited to announce that we now offer insurance coverage at our new JP office.
We accept the following insurances: Neighborhood Health Plan, Commonwealth Care Alliance, United Health Care, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Harvard Pilgrim, Cigna and Aetna.
Even if you do not see your insurance carrier above, we may still be able to accept your insurance. Please call ahead to verify if you have Acupuncture Coverage with your specific plan: 617-971-8623.
Food for Thought: Combating that Nagging Coughacupuncture, acuPUNKture, cough, food for thought, natural remedies
Suffering from a nagging cough that just won’t quit? Try these natural remedies to knock out that cough for good!
Daikon, Ginger and Scallion Soup: *Popular for treating coughs as well as clearing nasal congestion, and counteracting body aches, weakness and lethargy due to colds*
3 cups (750 mL) water
1 medium daikon, cut it into 1/2 inch slices
1 tablespoons (15 grams) sliced fresh ginger
6 white heads of scallion, sliced
Bring the water to a boil in a medium saucepan. Add the daikon to the water. Continue to boil over a medium flame for 20 minutes, or until the daikon is soft (you should be able to push a chopstick or toothpick through the daikon slice with ease)
Add the sliced scallion scallion and ginger to the pot. Reduce the flame to low. Simmer for another 10 minutes, or until two-thirds of the water has evaporated. Remove from heat. Consume hot.
Daikon and Tangerine Peel Soup: *For treating a thick-mucous cough*
1 cup (250 mL) water
1 small daikon, cut it into 1/2 inch slices
1 organic tangerine peel, cut it into 1/2 inch slices
3 slices ginger
1 tsp (5 grams) white pepper
In a small saucepan, bring the water to a boil. Add the daikon, tangerine peel, ginger and pepper to boiling water. Continue to boil over a medium flame for 10 minutes.
Pour into a bowl and allow to cool. Take the soup twice a day, after lunch and dinner.
Daikon Juice: *Drank warm or hot to relieve coughing*
4 cups (800 grams) fresh daikon, grated
1 TBSP (15 grams) brown sugar
Thin cotton towel or cheese cloth
Place the daikon in a thin cotton towel and squeeze in order to obtain the juice. Mix the juice and brown sugar in a small saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Remove from the flame and allow to cool. Drink the juice 2x/day, warm or hot, to relive coughing.
Daikon, Ginger and Pear Juice:
1/2 cup (100 grams) fresh daikon, grated
1/2 cup (100 grams) fresh ginger, grated
2 TBSP (30 mL) fresh pear juice
1 egg white
Place the daikon in a thin cotton towel and squeeze to extract 2 TBSP of juice. Repeat with the ginger.
Mix the ginger and daikon juice with the pear juice and egg white. Drink it cool once a day.
5 Jujube (Chinese Dates)
1 TBSP (15 grams) minced fresh ginger
1 TBSP (15 grams) brown sugar
2 cups (500 mL) water
In a small saucepan, add all the dry ingredients to the water. Boil over a low flame for 15 minutes. Consume warm.
Garlic Juice: *Keep in the fridge until a cough remedy is needed*
1-2 cups (200-400 grams) fresh garlic cloves
1 cup (250 mL) water
1 tsp. (5 grams) white sugar
Peel and squeeze the garlic in order to extract the juice. Transfer to a clean bottle or jar and refrigerate.
When you need to use a cough remedy, boil 1 cup of water. Mix 1 TBSP of garlic juice and the sugar into the hot water.
Take 2x/day, morning and evening, until the cough has cleared. Drink the mixture hot.
Source: The Healing Cuisine of China: 300 recipes for vibrant health and longevity by ZHUO ZHAO & George Ellis
Seeing is believing!acupuncture, acupuncture FAQ, acupuncture studies, boston AcuPUNKture, studies
This is SO cool! So many of us who have tried acupuncture and FELT the ‘De Qi’ Sensations at different acupuncture points along the body know that the acupuncture points exist, but now we can SEE it with this New CT scan technology.
Check it out!
Article: Acupuncture Points Getting’ Real
Food for thought: Home remedies for combating The Common Coldacupuncture, acuPUNKture, bostonacupunkture, common colds, natural cold remedies, natural remedies, seasonal allergies, tips for colds
In Chinese medicine there are two types of common cold:
Wind-Heat: Symptoms include a blocked nose that does not run, sore throat, thick yellow or green nasal discharge, thirst, sweating, aversion to heat and are often accompanied by a headache. Wind-heat conditions are treated by using diaphoretics with cooling or cold characteristics.
Wind-Cold: Common in the winter and spring. Symptoms include: runny nose, sneezing, no sweating, inability to get warm under covers, aversion to cold, excessive build up and/or discharge of sinus congestion, typically white in color. Wind-cold conditions are treated by using warm diaphoretics- or sweat inducing foods. What you eat during a cold has a huge impact on how the cold will progress.
Remember the following when combating a cold: -Drink plenty of warm/hot water, such as teas, throughout the day -Eat only light and easily digestible foods -Liquids including congee, soups and broths should form the bulk of your diet -Refrain from fish, meat and fats- specifically lamb, beed, pork and chicken after taking a diaphoretic (ginger, scallion, etc.) to induce sweating -Eat plenty of fruit, especially oranges, kiwi, tomatoes, apples and pears -Consume green veggies and salads -Avoid spicy ingredients until after your cold symptoms have disappeared
During the initial stages of a cold, when you just start sneezing and your nose begins to run- try these nose drops!
Garlic OR Daikon Nose Drops: (If garlic is too powerful use daikon juice instead)
2 fresh garlic cloves, peeled or 1 TBSP (15 grams) fresh daikon, grated 1/4 cup (60 mL) water at room temperature Press the garlic cloves to extract the juice. Mix the garlic juice with water- the proportion should be 1 part garlic or daikon juice to 10 parts water. Apply the juice as nose drops.
When your nose is blocked- try this natural alternative to over-the-counter meds!
Scallion inhalers 1 white head of scallion, slice lengthwise Place the scallion slices directly under your nostrils. Inhale deeply. Continue breathing deeply until your nasal passages are freed.
When you feel a cold coming on- try this sweat-inducing soup!
Ginger and Scallion Soup 2 cups (500 mL) water 2 TBSP (30 grams) fresh ginger, sliced 2 TBSP (30 grams) white head of scallion, sliced In a medium saucepan, bring the water to a boil. Add the ginger and scallion and simmer over a low flame for 15 minutes, or until the ginger is soft and its smell has spread through your kitchen. Drink hot before bedtime. Stay away from the cold and especially cold drafts.
When a cold is in its early stages and accompanied by a headache- try this warming remedy!
Garlic and Scallion Congee 3 cups (750 mL) water 1/2 cup (100 grams) white rice 3 garlic cloves, finely minced 2 tsp. (10 grams) minced scallion, white heads only In a medium saucepan, bring the water to a boil. Add the rice, return to a boil, then lower the flame and simmer for 20 minutes, covered, stirring occasionally. When the rice has cooked down to a gruel, add the garlic and scallion. Cook for 5 more minutes over a low flame. Consume hot once a day, as part of a meal. Wear heavy clothing or get under the covers to maintain the heat of the congee within your body.
For Wind-cold symptoms, try these sweat-inducing remedies right before bed:
Ginger and Pear Soup 2 cups (500 mL) water 1 pear 1 TBSP (15 grams) sliced fresh ginger 1 TBSP (15 grams) sliced scallion, white heads only 2 eggs, beaten Bring the water to a boil in a small saucepan. Cut the pear in half, do not peel it. Add the pear, ginger, and scallion to the water. Return to a boil, cover the pan, and reduce the flame to low. Simmer for 20 minutes. In the meantime, thoroughly beat the eggs in a glass or ceramic bowl. When the broth is ready (when the aroma of ginger spreads through the kitchen) pour the decoction into the bowl containing the two beaten eggs. Mix and drink the decoction while it is still hot, then get under a heavy quilt or thick blanket to start sweating. Take this remedy once per day for 3-4 days, or until the cold goes away.
Ginger and Onion Rice: 1 tsp. (5 grams) sliced fresh ginger 1 scallion, including roots and green tops 1 cup (200 grams) rice 6 cups (1.5 Liters) water 2 tsp. (10 mL) rice vinegar Put the ginger, scallion, rice and water in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil, then reduce the flame. Simmer on a low flame with the lid half-covering the saucepan, stirring occasionally. Cook for 25 minutes, or until the rice has become a gruel. Stir in the vinegar. Cook for another minute or two. Divide into four portions. Take one portion, hot, then get into bed or cover up with a warm blanket. Take this remedy 2x/day while the cold persists.
For Wind-heat symptoms, try these cooling remedies right before bed:
Peppermint and Scallion Broth 20-30 fresh peppermint leaves, or 2 heaped teaspoons (10+ grams) dried peppermint 2 or 3 crushed white heads of scallion 2 cups (500 mL) water Place all ingredients in a small saucepan. Bring to a boil, then reduce the flame. Simmer for 15 minutes, or until half the water has evaporated. Drink hot or warm.
Ginger Tea 1 cup (250 mL) water 1/4 cup (50 grams) fresh ginger, thinly sliced 1/4 cup (50 grams) brown sugar 1 tsp (5 grams) green tea leaves Bring the water to a boil in a small saucepan. Add the ginger and sugar. Turn the burner off and wait for 1 minute, then add the tea leaves. (The green tea leaves contain Vitamin C so waiting 1 minute post-boiling ensures the vitamin is not destroyed by the heat). Steep for 5 minutes before drinking. *You can add 1/2 tsp vinegar to enhance the tea’s warming and detoxifying effect *Recommendation: eat some rice congee immediately after taking this tea
Watermelon and Tomato Juice: *best in the summer for hot and dry colds* 2 pounds fresh watermelon 2 pounds fresk tomatoes Thin cotton towels or cheese clothes Chop the watermelon and tomatoes into small pieces, keeping them separate. Put them separately into thin cotton towels. Twist each to extract the juice. Mix the juices in equal proportions, Drink at room temperature, slightly cooled but not cold, as often as you like *also combats dehydration, quenches thirst, relieves indigestion and lack of appetite* Source: The healing Cuisine of China: 300 recipes for vibrant Health and Longevity by ZHUO ZHAO & George Ellis
Give your S.O.S. something really special this Valentine’s Day with this 2 for 1 *Couple’s Special*acupuncture, acuPUNKture, acupunture, boston AcuPUNKture, happy, love, someonespecial, valentinesday, valentinesday2015, vday
What could be better than a Relaxing and Rejuvenating Acupuncture Treatment to get your Valentine’s Day Weekend off to a great start? Treat yourself and your Some-One-Special to a One-hour Acupuncture treatment!
Don’t have a significant other? Sure you do! Call up your Bestie, your mom, your friend from work- whoever you want! and ask them to join you for a *Couple’s Treatment* They are Significant, right?! No judgements here!
Two Acupuncture Treatments for the Price of One. That’s $20 a treatment!
Book your *Valentine’s Day Couple’s Special* Treatment Online now before it’s too late at:
http://www.bostonacupunkture.com or call/text 774-259-6751
*Offer valid February 12-21, 2015: Two acupuncture treatments for $40*
Superbowl 2015! Are you ready?acupuncture, acuPUNKture, bloating, boston AcuPUNKture, framingham acupuncture, patriots, relief, superbowl
Football fan or not, you will most likely be enjoying some tasty treats and an ice cold beer tonight while New England cheers on the Patriots at the 2015 Superbowl game! (Or you know… watch the puppy bowl and kitty half time show- hey I’m not judging!!)
What better way to celebrate, eat, drink and be merry than by getting an acupuncture treatment this week to combat that food coma we will all be in come Monday morning!
Appointments available at http://www.bostonacupunkture.com
How to stay healthy when your family and friends are all getting sick!acupuncture, acupuncture for common colds, acuPUNKture, boston AcuPUNKture, common colds, flu season
Did you know that Acupuncture is EXCELLENT for building up your immune system and knocking out the common cold and associated symptoms before they get a foothold in your body and wreak havoc on your body and mind?
It’s true! Getting acupuncture regularly will help boost your Defensive Qi (Wei Qi) in your body, helping you stave off illness and recover faster when you do get sick. Check out this newsletter by Licensed Acupuncturist, Jessica Chen, that goes into depth about wind-cold and wind-heat invasions AKA the common cold and ways to prevent them this flu season!
Remember these tips to staying healthy while all your coworkers and friends are calling out sick!
-Drink warm beverages: If you drink Iced coffees- switch to hot coffees or better yet, switch to teas! Teas have many herbal properties that can help combat illness. Take MINT for example- mint tea can soothe a sore throat!
–Eat warm foods: Stews and warm meals are great for the cold, winter months. Avoid eating cold foods such as salads and stick to warm root vegetables and heartier foods. Try to avoid spicy foods or greasy foods and excess sugar intake- which will all produce phlegm and exacerbate any cold symptoms.
–Keep your neck covered: Now that it is officially scarf season I’m sure you are noticing many people sporting cute and stylish scarves with their winter outfits- but fashion benefits aside, scarves do hold a higher value to your health! Wearing a scarf will protect the back of your neck- which in Chinese Medicine is considered your wind-gate- the entrance way that pathogenic factors such as wind-cold and wind-heat use to enter into your body. It is important to keep this area covered when you are out facing the elements this winter to avoid getting sick.
–Get regular Acupuncture treatments: To build your immune system, make sure to get regular acupuncture treatments prior to, and during the fall and winter months or changing seasons. Make sure that as soon as you feel the slightest tinge of a cold or sore throat coming on- you call your acupuncturist and book an appointment PRONTO! It can mean the difference between being sick for another couple days or catching a full on cold and being out of commission for weeks!!
*Remember there are many stages to the common cold and your acupuncturist can help aid a faster recovery, regardless of what stage you are in*
Stop stressing, We’ve got you covered this Holiday Season!acupuncture, acuPUNKture, boston AcuPUNKture, gift certificates, holiday gift cards
Cyber Monday Deals are here! 20% off Appointments and Gift Certificates!acupuncture, acuPUNKture, cyber deals, cyber monday
Have you been thinking about trying Acupuncture?
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Are you stumped on a Great Gift to give your loved ones for the Holidays?
Now is the perfect time to act!
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Contact Crystal for a discounted gift certificate for friends and family!
Contact Info: 774-259-6751 Crystal.Acupunkture@gmail.com http://www.BostonAcuPUNKture.com
The Crystal Series: Vanadaniteacupuncture, acuPUNKture, crystals, energy healing, framingham acupuncture, vanadanite
Today’s featured Mineral is Vanadanite!
Vanadanite vibrates strongly on the navel chakra, aiding in Creativity.
*Vanadanite contains secondary lead deposits so it is important that you handle this crystal responsibly and wash your hands thoroughly after use.
Energetic Influence of Vanadanite:
– Strong spiritual grounding energy
– Promotes deep peace within oneself
– Regulates any type of hormonal imbalance
– Aids with age-related issues such as menopause, bladder dysfunction
– Helps shield against radiation from computer screens and other electronic devices
– An excellent healing stone that is said to be good for breathing difficulties such as asthma or other lung problems.
– Clears writer’s block
– Mentally stimulates and Helps with organization
– It gives you drive and determination, along with the vitality needed to sustain you while taking action
The Crystal Series: Opalsacupuncture, acuPUNKture, boston AcuPUNKture, crystals, energy healing, opals, protection stones, spiritual healing, stones
Today’s featured stone is Opal!
The “stone of happy dreams and changes”. It helps center the mind and is particularly soothing for children and those who have always slept badly or had recurring nightmares with no apparent reason. Opals also relieve any issues a child may have with an invisible or imaginary friend, and is especially helpful before sleep if the child wishes the friend to go away at bedtime!
It is also a water-stone, with the perfect vibration to connect with the spiritual forces of water.
Energetic Influence of Opal:
– Beneficial for the health of the eyes, hair, nails and skin
– May be used in treatments to clarify and strengthen the eyesight & treats disorders associated with the eyes
– Balances the body’s water content, overcoming dehydration or alleviating water retention
– Believed to disperse infections, purify the blood and kidneys, and to regulate insulin production
– Helps reduce fever
– Stimulates memory
– Energetically stabilizes neurotransmitter disturbances, such as Parkinson’s Disease
– Aids in OBGYN issues: female hormones, PMS and menopause, and provides comfort and ease during childbirth
Spiritual Influence of Opal:
– Supportive stone, dedicated to healing and strengthening the emotional body- for those seeking honest self-reflection
– High internal energy brings thoughts & feelings to the surface for examination
– Teaches one to take responsibility for one’s feelings while clearing past wounds, fears and resentments
– Facilitates the letting go of negative behaviors and soothes the emotional body, helping one feel more in control
– Assists one in becoming more positive and loving, more creative and spontaneous.
– Enhances cosmic consciousness and raising one’s level of intuition and insight.
– Traditionally used to invoke visions, increase lucid dreaming
– Attracts angelic energies and increases communications with the Divine
-Great for venturing into dangerous place and works as a shield to keep from absorbing other people’s negative thoughts and energies
– Promotes a sense of calm security, easing stress and depression
-Antidote to restless thoughts and racing minds that rehash the past or anticipate the future
For more detailed information on opals, please visit The Crystal Vault