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Where the Magic began

Coming from a Buddhist family, I am very blessed to grow up in a house full of crystals. The strong beliefs in crystal healing properties have led me to use them to manifest throughout my life. They have always been ingrained since the day I was born. 

I have always Believed In Magic. 

In 2019, a series of uneventful happenings from undergoing surgery, to being challenged mentally have drawn me even closer to using crystals to heal and manifest. The Magic of these nature's creations have guided me to the light during these tough times.

I felt it so deep in my bones that it is time to share the magic.

The Crystal Project was born.

In the Tibetan Buddhist mantra, “Om mani padme hum”. This roughly translates to “The jewel is in the lotus (silver 11). This jewel is thought of to be the wish-fulfilling jewel of enlightenment, the goal of all Buddhists.

Each piece of jewellery is handmade from start to finish by me. Each piece is ingrain with deep meaning and is created with pure intentions.

 

☽ The Creator

 I love crystals- lots and lots of crystals, but I am also a free spirited soul who
loves walking barefooted on the beach, eating healthy and mindfully and training at the gym. 

I am passionate about mindful holistic living.

We live in an interconnected universe. To be a truly alive- I believe in the harmony of mind, body and soul. To love others, we need to first love ourselves. To heal others, we need to first heal ourselves. Therefore, I preach nourishing your body with the right nutrition and being active; fueling you mind with the right intentions and messages; and to feed our soul through crystal and spiritual healing.

I am your typical introvert and an empath and believe in giving back to the community. We come into the world with nothing. We receive so much from Earth and the Universe. It is only apt for us to do our part by giving back to the community that embraces us.

I also love reading Spiritual and non- fictional books like Think Like a Monk by Jay Shetty, Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson, Buddha and the Badass by Vishen Lakhiani, Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda and Inner Engineering by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev.

Oh! And I also love camping- especially in winter, talking to my dog Truffles, plants, candles and of course hand making all sorts of stuff (not just jewellery) and drawing.

Ps: I am however not your selfie kind of girl- so that's why you probably don't see enough of my pictures on socials.

Thank you for coming on this journey with me.

With Love & Light,

Eileen