Welcome to the Luna Tide journal - a space for learning about crystals; their healing properties and powerful meanings. If you're interested in discovering more about gemstones, check out the posts below and remember to keep popping back, as we'll be updating the journal regularly with interesting articles on crystal healing, properties and energies.
Have you been involved in a deep and committed relationship to the moon? She’s just too powerful, too giving and too beautiful not to get involved with right?
If you haven’t spent any time with the moon’s energy yet, why not give it a try? Here are some beautiful things you can do to start to align a little more closely with the lunar energy…
Throughout history the ruby has been considered the most magnificent of all gems. It's sparkle and deep red striking colour make its allure popular and the fact that it is thought to bring passion and prosperity. It's the birthstone of July so we thought this is the perfect time to tell you a little more about this beautiful stone of love...
We're super excited to announce that we're now able to offer Afterpay as a method of payment! Afterpay allows you to split the payment of your order over four equal instalments, which are due every two weeks. This means you can buy now and pay later - which is so useful if you're lusting over some new gems but are having to hang around waiting until payday.
Find out more in our blog post.
Lapis lazuli is one of the most unique crystals available today. Its beautiful indigo blue with gold flecks reminds you of a late summer starry nights sky, so it’s no wonder its the birthstone of September. Technically it is not a crystal at all, but in fact a rock composed of lazurite, calcite, pyrite and sodalite, as well as various other minerals. Learn how and where Lapis lazuli is formed, Lapis lazuli uses and meanings on our blog post.
Bewitching purple blue tanzanite is a beautiful December birthstone. A rare crystal found only in Tanzania, tanzanite (also known as blue zoisite) became a coveted stone in the 1970s when it was made famous by world-renowned jewellers Tiffany & Co.
Crystals have been favoured and admired since the ancient ages. Formed deep within the earth over thousands of years, and being some of the strongest materials on earth, crystals last well beyond our own lifespans, so it's no wonder our fascination with them has stood the test of time.