Healing With Green


“Green is the prime colour of the world and that from which its loveliness arises.''

Pedro Calderon de la Barca


This month we are showcasing all things green! A colour associated with growth, rebirth and renewal, green is the perfect shade to welcome Spring.

  • Associated with healing, green connects us to unconditional love.

  • Green is associated with growth, finances and abundance.

  • Green takes up more space in the spectrum visible to the human eye and is the dominant colour. We see it all around us.

  • Related to nature, compassion and harmony, green has a soothing and relaxing effect on the mind and body.

  • Different shades of green have different meanings. For example, dark green represents ambition and wealth whereas olive green is the traditional colour of peace.

  • Green is the colour of the Heart Chakra which bridges the gap between the physical and spiritual worlds. An open Heart Chakra inspires love, empathy and compassion.


Shades of Green - Featured Stones of the Month

Jade is a heart stone, excellent for nourishing and healing the heart chakra. It promotes wellbeing and balance; it can be used to bring love of all kids into one’s life. Jade brings life force energy to those who work with it, and emanates earth energy.

Classically used as an abundance stone, Jade is a helpful stone for attracting money, fertility and love into one’s life.


Jasper is a stone of gentleness and relaxation. It enhances one’s ability to relax and bring tranquility, comfort, wholeness, healing and gentle endings. It is called the “nurturing stone” for its soothing and protective energies.

Jasper is composed mostly of chalcedony, microcrystalline quartz, in association with other minerals, which gives it colourful bands and patterns. An elemental Earth stone, Jasper’s frequency is slow and constant, aligned with the electromagnetic energies of the planet. It enables one to be more present in the physical body and conscious of Nature and one’s surroundings.


Prehnite is a protective stone, working on all levels. It strengthens the life force and generally increases and stimulates energy. It aids in spirit communication through meditation or visualization, out-of-body travel, and is a powerful dream stone. Prehnite is also known as a stone of prophesy which stimulates inner-knowing.


Moss Agate is a great stone for balancing physical health and decreasing healing time. It is helpful in times of instability while also bringing completion, concentration, persistence and endurance into daily life or unreached goals. It is a good stone for new beginnings and creates a connection to Nature and Earth.


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Apple Magic: A Love, Healing & Luck Ritual for April


Apple Magic

In keeping with the spirit of pagan practices, apples are often used as an offering to the Goddess. When cut horizontally, the seed cavity in apples reveals a pentacle which represents the elements of earth, fire, air, water as well as the energy of spirit. The ancient magic of apples can bring fortune, abundance and happiness.


  • Apples bring good luck if placed in a basket on the dining room table. They will help bring dreams to fruition.

  • Peel three apples and add the peels to your bath water. As you soak, think of love and forgiveness.

  • Keep the seeds of every apple you eat in a month. At the end of the month, count the seeds and this will show you the number of days you will have to wait for your luck to change.

  • Keep an apple on your desk and change it every seven days. It brings peace and understanding to what you do in your business.

  • Green apples placed with red apples open financial pathways.

  • If you want to attract love, sprinkle cinnamon on your apples.


Visit Ascendant Books to learn more about rituals, manifestation and the power of the colour GREEN!

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The Tales and Traditions of Easter



Easter is celebrated as a Christian holiday all over the world, but many traditions associated with Easter have their roots in pagan traditions. Easter eggs, easter bunnies and other familiar things associated with Easter, have symbolic meanings that began in ancient celebrations.


  • The pagan festival known as Eostre was connected to the Goddess Ostara, the Goddess of Spring and dawn. Budding plants, rebirth and fertility are all associated with Ostara.

  • Ostara was often depicted with a hare which also represented spring and fertility. In some ancient cultures, a hare was associated with nighttime and was also a symbol of the moon.

  • In Germanic mythology, it is said that Ostara healed a wounded bird and turned it into a hare. The hare showed its gratitude by giving Ostara eggs as gifts.

  • The egg is a symbol of fertility and renewed life and has become one of the most common symbols of Easter. The art of dying easter eggs varies in cultures throughout the world and is acknowledged as an Easter ritual.

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March Abundance Ritual


A Ritual for Creating Money/Abundance

Sit cross legged on the floor or find a position that is comfortable.

Burn incense such as jasmine or patchouli.

Wrap a quarter in an orange piece of paper (orange is the colour of attraction).

Set it on the floor in front of you.

Stand two green candles on each side of the money and light them.

Concentrate on the wrapped silver coin and in your mind’s eye, see the silver multiplying. See it piling up one coin on top of the other.

Sit for a few minutes and concentrate further on the money multiplying.

Repeat this incantation three times…

“At the red of the moon may the money be good”

Blow out the candles - first the left and then the right.

Repeat this ritual every Thursday for three weeks.

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