Alysha Lausch

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Looking for stones for your magickal toolkit? Here’s a crash course in 40 of the most commonly available crystals and gemstones. Working with crystals can impro

Looking for stones for your magickal toolkit? Here’s a crash course in 40 of the most commonly available crystals and gemstones. Working with crystals can impro

Are you thinking about starting preschool at home but not sure what to do or if you can handle it? See our easy preschool routine that can be done in about 30 minutes per day! learn how to teach preschool at home! #preschool #blueandhazel #homeschool #toddler #preschoolers

Are you thinking about starting preschool at home but not sure what to do or if you can handle it? See our easy preschool routine that can be done in about 30 minutes per day! learn how to teach preschool at home! #preschool #blueandhazel #homeschool #toddler #preschoolers

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Gun metal finish tap wear, recycled timber vanity top and cool grey and white floor and wall bathroom tiles.

Gun metal finish tap wear, recycled timber vanity top and cool grey and white floor and wall bathroom tiles.

The word “sacred” is synonymous with the concept of “divine.” The word “geometry” comes from the Greek words “geos” meaning, (Earth) and “metron” (to measure). Together this translates as the “divine measuring of the earth” or “divine earthly measurements.” Sacred geometry is man’s way of understanding the relationships between nature and the cosmos. Through the power of observation, man used art and science to establish divine order. According to Joseph Campbell in his book The Way of the…

The word “sacred” is synonymous with the concept of “divine.” The word “geometry” comes from the Greek words “geos” meaning, (Earth) and “metron” (to measure). Together this translates as the “divine measuring of the earth” or “divine earthly measurements