15cm Custodian Medicine wand
This wand depicts three Junjarry
1 in stock
This satin spar Kurradji Medicine wand was hand made by wrapping the crystal with twine, and painting it with sandstone. Blessed by an Indigenous Australian Medicine Man to bring love and light wherever it goes, the programming is to remove what’s not for the bearer’s highest good. This variety of wand is known as a Custodian Medicine wand depicting three Junjarries.
Please note that the wand pictured with the pouch and brochure simply indicates what’s included – it is not necessarily an accurate representation of the wand you’re purchasing. The wand for sale, is captured in the main picture for this item.
Please be gentle with your crystal wand and handle it with care, avoiding immersion in water as not only will the crystal start to dissolve, but particles of the binding will also dissolve.
You can cleanse your wand in a number of ways—either place on dry salt, smoke with sage or eucalyptus leaves, or place in the sunshine or under the light of the moon. Any method is fine, as long it doesn’t get wet.
Commonly known as selenite, satin spar is of the gypsum family and is known as the lucky stone, bringing good luck to the bearer.
It is said that satin spar:
When looking at how satin spar helps us on the physical level, we’re looking at the underlying energetic imbalances or dis-ease. From this perspective, satin spar has been associated with aiding fertility and strengthening bones.
Jason introduces himself as someone who comes from the stars. He lives and sees clients with his partner Shelley, on the east coast of Australia. Appointments are available in-person and online for individuals and groups. A spiritual alignment can assist on many levels by:
Jason is viewed as a traditional shaman—he hasn’t been trained, he has been psychically initiated into his role. With mixed genealogy, his name means healer, and Engelbrecht means bright angel.
Reference only: wand # CW270
|Dimensions||15 × 4.7 × 1.8 cm|