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“You need kyanite for your night terrors,” said Lucy in the Sky.

May 15, 2008

Back around the time of the lunar eclipse, Lucy in the Sky insisted we cleanse the house with frankinscence and myrh– which I discovered could calm and focus my mind and make me relax as deeply as following the best 90 minute massage–and banish my night terrors.

When I told her how well the rituals we did worked to move/remove one of the asshole neighbors, and how the frankinscense and myrh banished the night terrors, she insisted I get some kyanite which she spelled out for me on a sticky note.

I have learned not to question Lucy, but I lost the note repeatedly and neglected to find me some kyanite…until I mentioned it to another healer, Cheryl Goldenbear (805/689-8056 amazing massage therapist, channeler, and past life reader etc), who agreed that I should get kyanite, and I knew it was time. Besides, I was still being troubled by night terrors unless I invested the energy in burning the frank-n-mryhh.

On Mother’s Day, we went to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s store where a woman was talking about the kyanite necklace she had made as she took it off to show someone. I was drawn moth to flame night terror to kyanite–it was beautiful. I held it, touched it, it was warm. I looked at her, and knew she wouldn’t sell it to me.

A shop nearby sold kyanite jewelry but none of it spoke to me so I bought a few small “daggers” of it and we headed home.

A few days later, my son and I went to Journey Home, a local shop on the east end of town, outside my usual orbit. The women there showed me several pieces of kyanite jewelry, and I bought a silver bracelet with three cabazons of kyanite and two of aquamarine and wore it home.

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