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The Art of Warfare tl;dr: Event: Facebook 500 likes milestone competition giveaway When: August 3rd at 19:00 CEDT Where: http://www.twitch.tv/TAWTV hosted by Arianni The actual event information: Our "500-likes milestone" competition has come to an end, and I want to Read more ... thank everyone that has participated in this event. Every share is appreciated, but this goes also for all the likes & comments. I also want to thank all the people that haven't directly participated in the event, but passed this page up/down the chain, and probably a 1093 other ways which I can't even think of right now. The result of this competition blasted way beyond my expectations (close to 650 likes on the page instead of the planned 500-550!). To put it into perspective: A week ago, when the event started, we had 431 page likes. I really hope that people will keep on sharing the page, it's such an amazing thing to see Facebook grow so quick (we might even have to get more SOCOP Facebook staff soon to keep you guys entertained o.O) Our next milestone will be 1111 likes *hint hidden prices hint*. Sooo.. the moment everyone was waiting for: Giveaway details! The giveaway will be live streamed on Twitch by Arianni (the one that is responsible for all this "Facewall" spam) and possibly Icewhynd ( the one that even made this competition possible) if he can make it. The stream will start this sunday, August 3rd at 19:00 CEDT* on http://www.twitch.tv/TAWTV , there I will answer any questions about anything that is related to this event or TAW as a whole, maybe even while playing a game or two! Also, you can witness me preparing the "pull the name out of the hat/plastic bowl/will find out what I'll put them in" moment, the big moment will be at 19:30. The stream will be recorded & shared on Facebook for whoever can't make it. We will be giving away a total of FIVE bundles: 1 big humble bundle from the main pot, and additionally to that we have decided to give away another 4 smaller bundles as a special thanks to all of you lovely people out there. So make sure to hit that follow button and I'll hopefully see you on Sunday :) - Ari~ * Central European Daylight Time Timezone converter: http://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/index.html
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Aizaz Murad | Kaisay Main Bhula Doon | Offical Song
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Samuel Legitimus TRIBUTE TO IDRIS MUHAMMAD - Écoutez l'intégral de l'album légendaire "HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN" - durée 44 Minutes Review by Thom Jurek [-] Idris Muhammad's House of the Rising Sun is a legendary soul-jazz album, and for good reason. First there Read more ... 's the fact that, Grady Tate notwithstanding, Idris Muhammad is easily the greatest of all soul-jazz drummers. Next, it is revealed that label boss and producer Creed Taylor was at his most inspired here, and wasn't afraid to err on the rhythm and blues side of the jazz equation. The material is top-notch, and David Matthews, who orchestrated and arranged this date with the exception of one track -- "Sudan" was written by Muhammad and Tom Harrell, and Harrell arranged it -- was on fire. As a bandleader, Muhammad is shockingly effective. Not because one could ever doubt his ability, but because of his reputation as one of the great studio drummers in jazz. Finally, this is the single greatest lineup in Kudu's history, and features the talents of Don Grolnick, Eric Gale, Will Lee, Roland Hanna, Joe Beck, David Sanborn, Michael Brecker, Hugh McCracken, Bob Berg, Fred Wesley, Patti Austin, and a dozen others playing their asses off. From the title track which opens the album, with Austin reaching the breaking point in her delivery, to the stunningly funky groove in Ashford and Simpson's "Hard to Face the Music," to the minor key funk of the Chopin-adapted theme in "Theme for New York City," to "Sudan"'s triple-timed drums and killer Eastern-tinged hooks, and a read of the Meters' "Hey Pocky A-Way," with Eric Gale's dirty finger poppin' bass atop McCracken's bluesed-out slide work, this is a steaming, no let-up album. Add to this a gorgeous version of the Ary Barroso Brazilian jazz classic "Bahia," and you have the set for a classic jazz album. But the complete disregard for the political correctness of "Jazz" itself, in order to get the deeply funky and soulful grooves across, is what makes this set so damn special and even spiritual in its inspiration. Jazz purists lost all credibility when they slagged this one off, caught as they were in tainted, even racist views of the past that made no allowances for jazz musicians to actually follow their time-honored tradition of mining the pop music of the day to extend the breadth and reach of jazz itself. Anybody who wants to believe that George Gershwin is somehow more important than George Porter Jr. is already lost in his own cultural fascism. Muhammad, who understands this better than anyone, pulled out all the stops here and blasted out one amazingly tough, funky slab. Brilliant. TRACKLIST: 1. House Of The Rising Sun 2. Baia (Boogie Bump) 3. Hard To Face The Music 4. Theme For New York City 5. Sudan 6. Hey Pocky A-Way 7. Pipe Stem (Bonus Track) 8. I Know You Dont Want Me No More (Bonus Track) MUSICANS Patti Austin Vocals (Background) Wilbur Bascomb, Jr. Bass (Electric) Bob Berg Sax (Tenor) Michael Brecker Sax (Tenor) Ronnie Cuber Sax (Baritone) George Devens Percussion Frank Floyd Vocals Eric Gale Bass (Electric), Guitar (Electric), Soloist Don Grolnick Piano, Piano (Electric) Roland Hanna Piano (Electric) Tom Harrell Arranger, Composer, Trumpet Hilda Harris Vocals (Background) Will Lee Bass (Electric) Charles Libove Violin Joseph Malin Violin David Matthews Arranger, Conductor Charles McCracken Cello Hugh McCracken Guitar (Electric) Deborah McDuffie Vocals (Background) Idris Muhammad Drums, Percussion, Primary Artist, Vocals Leon Pendarvis Piano (Electric), Synthesizer Barry Rogers Soloist, Trombone David Sanborn Sax (Alto) Creed Taylor Producer Fred Wesley Soloist, Trombone
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Karen Wood ELLE › HOROSCOPES › MONTHLY HOROSCOPE › VIRGO HOROSCOPES Monthly Overview Horoscope for Virgo aries ARIES March 21 - April 19 pisces PISCES February 19 - March 20 capricorn CAPRICORN December 22 - January 19 aquarius AQUARIUS January 20 - Febru Read more ... ary 18 sagittarius SAGITTARIUS November 22 - December 21 scorpio SCORPIO October 23 - November 21 libra LIBRA September 23 - October 22 virgo VIRGO August 23 - September 22 leo LEO July 23 - August 22 cancer CANCER June 21 - July 22 gemini GEMINI May 21 - June 20 taurus TAURUS April 20 - May 20 aries ARIES March 21 - April 19 pisces PISCES February 19 - March 20 choose another sign DAILY WEEKLY MONTHLY PROFILE LOVE CHART 136 11 17 AUGUST 2014 RELATED LINKS 10 ELLE.com Editors Share Their Signature Scents 2014: The Summer of Crazy Celeb Love MONTHLY OVERVIEW: Pull those covers back up to your chin, Virgo. It’s your annual sleepy season, a time to unwind and catch up on your Z’s. As everyone else races around, trying to squeeze the marrow out of summer’s waning days, you’re in a more restful mood, thanks to the Sun moving through Leo, your twelfth house of solitude, closure and rest, until August 23. This month-long cycle is your yearly internal “check-up,” Virgo. Just like you go to the doc to get your vitals tested, the cosmos also sends you a yearly “time out,” wherein you can take stock of all that’s come to pass in the last twelve months and resolve, as best you can, any lingering issues before your birthday starts the whole process all over again. The twelfth house rules surrender and release, so your August mantra is “let go and let the universe handle it,” which is not easy for your micromanaging sign. But the more you can let the divine fill in the blanks (instead of strong-arming results with a phone call or overwrought text), the more peace you’ll find. Allow space for healing, and steal away to the water if you can, as the ocean is especially soothing now. Without external distractions, you can figure out what needs to be released. You have less to give right now, Virgo, so let that be okay. Otherwise, you could be singing a martyr’s oh-so-unattractive song. This taste of going with the flow will be a recurring theme this year, as expansive Jupiter is spending its first full month in Leo (and the planet of good fortune will be here from July 16, 2014 until August 11, 2015). Instead of struggling to get a project off the ground or charging ahead, think of yourself as on a retreat until next August (yes, we KNOW that’s a long way off—but as a Virgo, at least you can be prepared). It’s not that nothing will happen this year—au contraire! It’s that it will follow the divine clock and not yours. Funnel your precious energy (which you could have less of, so be sparing) into healing any rifts, tying up loose ends, and preparing for a powerful new 12-year chapter of your life that begins next August. It’s also a time to be less rigid and learn to simply accept what is—something that will be an amazing growth experience, but probably also a challenge for your planning-addicted sign. Make contact with your inner bohemian, couch surfer and Zen Buddhist (they’re somewhere in there!) and let that freer spirit lead the charge. Look back to the period from August 2002-September 2003 for clues of themes that could reemerge, since this was the last time Jupiter visited this zone of your chart. Then, perfect the “surrender” pose and let your giving sign hone the fine art of receiving. Support is all around you—so let it in already, Virgo. On August 10, the Aquarius full moon highlights your wellness, shining its inspector’s headlamp on your fitness and organization. This is an excellent time to see where you are with your cholesterol, stress levels and overall health, so schedule those physicals and dentist appointments. It’s also a great time to celebrate a victory on the fitness front. Perhaps you’ll decide around this day to kick a bad habit once and for all (and, yes, your worrywart tendencies could be defined as such). If you’ve been trying to lose weight or hit a milestone in your workouts, this is also a good time to evaluate your progress. (Maybe it’s time to pull out that FitBit, after all?) If your diet leaves much to be desired, you might get systematic about cleaning it up, e.g. cutting out offending food groups (such as sugar or gluten) until you feel your energy restored. The clean-up mission extends to your physical environment, too, so you could go on one of those classic Virgo tears your friends and family are familiar with. One of our friend’s Virgo moms would decide she needed to do repair work at breakfast and end up replacing cabinets, shutters, and shelves by dinnertime. (For more on the Virgo mom, if you are a Virgo mom or just have one: http://www.momstrology.com/momscopes/the-virgo-mom). On August 23, your mood gets considerably lighter, when the Sun enters Virgo, your first house of fresh starts. Hello, Virgo 2.0! During this month, your energy returns and you’re ready to focus on new initiatives. And for your service-oriented sign, that can be a delightful thing. Instead of feeling like you need to play caretaker, the cosmos order you to tend to your own desires. How else are you going to connect with your own passions and curiosities if you don’t make time to indulge them? Since the first house rules appearance, you will definitely be turning heads. Your sign tends to love a clean look (think: a white suit as your sign-mate Beyonce rocks here: http://www.alariwo.org/all-white-everything/), and this month, there’s nothing boring about keeping things simple, with a touch of glam. The real fresh-start day arrives near the end of this month. On August 25, the once-a-year Virgo new moon signals your personal new year. Are you ready for a complete reboot? Well, you’ve got it. Maybe you want to debut a new look (and there’s no going back once you go for the pixie cut or decide to ditch those ratty Converse hi-tops). Or perhaps you’ll assume a bolder attitude toward the world. No more Mrs. Nice Virgo. The seeds you plant today will blossom over the next six months, so choose your thoughts (and intentions) wisely. But don’t be TOO neurotic if you have a stray thought that’s not 100 percent chipper. Part of the new you is trusting that the universe is working to bring you amazing things, and so when it comes to needless worry, there’s just no place. LOVE & ROMANCE: Humanitarian hotness alert! Until August 12, magnetic Venus rolls through Cancer, your eleventh house of altruism and authenticity. You could be attracted to a do-gooder in the midst. Or, you could meet someone while serving your own mission to humanity (and it’s totally fine if you decide to get a little glammed up while handing out food at the soup kitchen). Single Virgos might find love by joining a group that has a philanthropic bent (like this one, which is focused on fighting poverty in New York City AND has an acronym for a classic Michael Jackson song: https://www.robinhood.org/pytmembership#section-2). Since the eleventh house rules friendship, you might also meet someone special through mutual contacts or via an app like Hinge (www.hinge.co) that taps your friendship circle. Digital dating is definitely favored, as the eleventh house is associated with technology. One thing is for sure, you’re not feeling too serious right now. When it comes to dating and mating, keeping it light is ideal during the first couple weeks of August. You may even decide to cross the line with a platonic connection, simply because it’s easy. Under these spontaneous skies, you could act like a lightening bolt—involved in one steamy situation one minute, and in another the next. Don’t worry about commitment if you don’t feel urgent; it’s in your best interests to be experimental, even around those “forever” talks. Your happiness, Virgo, should look like YOUR happiness, and not anyone else’s version. With Venus gilding your social wings, get out and spend time with your peeps—new and old acquaintances alike. Chatting up a diverse group will remind you of just how wide and wonderful this world is. If you’re coupled, solo forays could strengthen your union, reminding you of how sweet it is to share your independent findings with your boo. In general, couples seek out more action, so schedule the double dates….or triple dates. Mixed company? You’re all over it. The key to romantic bliss, at least right now, is finding a shared mission, whether that’s to support your respective growth or to simply strengthen the friendship between you. Of course, if you’re really feeling adventurous, you might decide to go abroad on a service mission. (For kicks, you might enjoy this classic tale from Junot Diaz about a couple’s charitable trip gone awry: http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2004/06/14/040614fa_fact1?currentPage=all.) Enjoy the electric fanfare while it lasts; once lovely Venus shifts into Leo, your twelfth house of endings and compassion, from August 12-September 4, you could find yourself in a supporting role, as your S.O. deals with a thorny issue or tricky time. We know, we know, seeing your love reach for the tissues kicks your “fix it” instincts into high gear—but be careful not to get codependent or play the martyr/savior. We all have our own paths, and respecting the other person’s process can actually bring you closer in the long-term (and not to mention put you on much healthier ground…). Since the twelfth house rules fantasy, you might just want to lay supine in your hammock and dream of the perfect love, or the dreamiest getaway. Maybe you can act out some of your most secret desires? It’s possible that this fantasy could veer into “love goggles” territory. Perhaps you’re overly attracted to the bad boy/girl or tortured soul-type, so check references before you decide that your love child wants to enter the world under a meteor shower, with this person you barely know. The twelfth house is associated with mythological sea god Neptune, so steal away to the water for a romantic trip. Skinny-dipping under the stars, Virgo? Romantic longings could come to fruition on August 18, when lovely Venus is conjunct (at the same degree as) frisky, adventurous Jupiter in Leo, this fantasy-fueled zone of your chart, a once-a-year alignment. Take your imaginative musings to the next level; isn’t it time you booked an amorous vacay? Maybe you can star in your own beachside bodice-ripper, one of those windswept travel romances. Paging Fabio…or Fabiola! This could also be a time to gently let go, as the twelfth house rules closure and endings. If you’ve been holding a torch or clinging to something past its expiration date, you might find the courage and perspective to finally leave that in the past. A grudge you’ve been harboring toward a loved one (current of former) could finally dissolve, helping you start a fresh romantic chapter. Conversation takes a turn for the burning-hot all month, as spicy Mars travels through Scorpio, your third house of communication. Firing up the sexy, even risque banter is a mega turn-on. Mental and physical chemistry are white-hot for you now. Sparks could easily fly with a friend or colleague. Maybe you decide to let a racy detail slip to the friend you’ve always had some sexual tension with, and voila…you two are engaged in a steamy make-out session in the bathroom. Online dating might really suit you now, as your short attention span could have you scrolling through the options for variety. Swipe right! This digital action is hot, hot, hot…and you’re definitely feeling more Tinder than tender…so don’t say no to a late-summer fling. MONEY & CAREER: Time to slow down a bit? If you’ve been working too hard (and admit it, Virgo, you HAVE been burning the midnight oil), a well-deserved break is in order. With the Sun reclining in Leo, your twelfth house of rest, endings and subconscious, the time is right to pause, breathe and tune into your soul’s deepest calling. In fact, you might really enjoy seeking into this book, Callings by Gregg Levoy, part-roadmap, part-fable, about finding your true vocation and living an authentic life: http://astore.amazon.com/astrostyle-20/detail/0609803700. Or, you might not want to think about that at all! With expansive Jupiter also in Leo and this restful zone until August 2015, an overall easing up might be in order. Even though your sign tends to prize the minutiae, this could be an amazing month—and year, too—if you are in any kind of a creative, health/healing or spiritual field. If you’re more the left-brained or micromanaging type of Virgo, the cosmos are about to serve up a lesson in balance, bringing you back to being present and trusting the “now” rather than freaking out about the future. Allowing support is one of the biggest keys. Perfectionistic Virgos may dislike the vulnerable feeling of being “exposed” as human and not always 100 percent in control. But the key to your evolution and luck is rooted in this more Zen approach now. Yet, despite your best efforts, you may be especially prone to overanalyzing this month, since impatient Mars is in Scorpio, your house of communication and thought processes, until September 13. You might be argumentative or play the devil’s advocate in a way that irritates people (and leaves you pulling a Miss Piggy, e.g. “Who, moi?”). Or, you’ll get hung up on the micro stuff instead of the big picture—so fire that “administrative assistant” in your head, instead of accepting the over-analysis and frequent naysaying as the status quo. It doesn’t have to be! On the plus side, this makes you an expert brainstormer, as your ideas come fast and furiously. In the flurry of thought, you could get a tad distracted. It’s possible you’ll be interrupted in meetings, with important phone calls or distracting texts (turn off the Snapchat!), or your own thoughts could wander. One way to harness this brainpower is to aggressively market an idea or launch. Who needs a summer vacay when you’re burning up spin city? Tempering the mood a bit, on August 25, energizer Mars meets up with structured Saturn in Scorpio, this same language-friendly sector of your chart, for two weeks. This is a good time to step back and maybe talk to a business or life coach, a mentor, or someone who can serve as a wise, experienced sounding board. If you pitch a stellar idea, pull back a bit and give people a chance to consider your offer—they will need time to think it over, so don’t rush to close the deal. Also, you could veer toward pessimism or even depression under this influence. If you notice your thoughts turning dark or fearful, all the more reason to talk out any stress with a kindred spirit, or even a sibling. The wind in your sails picks up on August 23, when the Sun moves into Virgo, your first house of self. For the next three weeks—and especially on the page-turning August 25 new moon—you’re energized to start new projects, or just come to a current venture with fresh eyes. Folks are eager to hear what you have to say, so step into the spotlight with assured aplomb. Your eloquent sign is ruled by communicator Mercury, so finding the right words shouldn’t be a problem, especially when you’re so jazzed about life again. The new moon, especially, is your personal new year. Where is it time to begin anew? Perhaps you want to become more financially secure, or to branch out and start your own company. Think big, Virgo! The entrepreneurial energy gives you an added enthusiasm to make strides toward personal goals. If you’ve been downplaying your look at the office, you may decide to step it up a bit, donning power suits and flashy shoes to remind those you come into contact with that you mean business. As Sigourney Weaver says to Melanie Griffith in Working Girl, “Dress shabby and they notice the dress. Dress impeccably and they notice the woman.” (And more words to live by: http://www.forbes.com/sites/dinagachman/2013/03/13/lessons-from-working-girl-25-years-later/.) HEALTH: MIND, BODY & SOUL: Just say “om.” The Sun moves through your spiritual twelfth house or rest and rejuvenation all month. Crank up the soothing tunes, and get your healing on. Journal your feelings. Listen to your inner voice. If difficult emotions come up, process them through movement, art or yoga. The less your analytical brain goes to town on what’s happening, the sooner you’ll find peace. If you’re really feeling like you want to be alone, you might decide to get away on a retreat, perhaps by the water. Waves induce tranquility, as you are reminded of the ebb and flow of life cycles, too. If you’ve been holding on to a grudge or gripe, now is the time to let it go. As Nelson Mandela famously said, “Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies.” If folks aren’t coming forward, don’t make any grand gestures. Instead, let the universe guide you. Signs and synchronicities are affirmations that you’re on the right path. With abundant Jupiter also here, you may decide to get even more into holistic treatments and preventative methods to reduce stress before it starts. With Jupiter ruling travel, you may decide to go abroad for a healing getaway (such as this fantastic, life-affirming Qoya movement retreat in Chile: http://www.loveqoya.com/up-coming-events-and-retreats/2014/11/10/qoya-and-the-four-winds-in-chile). While lifelong-learner Jupiter is in your transcendent twelfth house, you might get particularly excited about a new belief system, something that speaks to your inner knowing that we’re all connected. For the next year, especially pay attention to your dreams. Head to therapy if you need to, or take time out to heal if you’re grieving a loss. For inspiration, follow Project Rebirth, a non-profit that celebrates resiliency in the face of loss, on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProjectRebirth. Ready…set…work it out! On August 10, the Aquarius full moon in your health zone gets your wellness-minded self back in the gym. This is your annual fitness and physical review—time for those doctor check-ups and maybe even a visit to the naturopath. If you’ve been holding on to a vice, now is the time to kick it. No more cigarettes (or whatever gets you through the unpleasant feelings), okay? Set goals and then watch as you impress the heck out of yourself by achieving them. This resolve to stay healthy will extend to your eating habits, too. Everyone could use a little green juice every now and then—so take a page from your “wellness warrior” Virgo sister Kris Carr, author of Crazy Sexy Kitchen (http://astore.amazon.com/astrostyle-20/detail/1401941044), and fire up the juicer or Vitamix. If your home environment is cluttered, you may decide to go on a cleaning binge. The more you can clear out, the greater the space for something new and wonderful to wind its way into your life. Hello, fresh start! Love Days: 8, 12 Money Days: 18, 28 Luck Days: 15, 25 Off Days: 14, 23, 10
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Apache Tears Part 2 The gifts of the Apache Tear Stone One legend says that the tears were shed by Apache women mourning the death of their partners, sons and fathers. Another says that the tears were shed by the survivors of the Apache tribes whe Read more ... n they were driven from their homelands. According to folklore anyone who carries an Apache Tear - especially one given as a gift - will never have to cry tears of grief, because the Apache have cried tears enough for all peoples. Perhaps because of this legend Apache Tear Obsidian is associated with the cleansing power of grief and is used to help heal the emotional and physical problems that can manifest when grief is not properly expressed. Working with Apache Tear Obsidian in this way is not always easy. While it is healing to release feelings of grief, guilt and bitterness, in order to release them we often have to experience them again, to concentrate on suppressed emotions and memories we would rather ignore. It is important to be gentle with yourself when working with Apache Tears, and if possible work with a close friend or a crystal healer who understands the emotional process and can help you express your grief in a healthy way. Apache Tears tend to be very personal magical stones and the longer you work with one crystal the deeper the bond with it becomes. They are useful for meditation, spiritual journeys and prophetic dreaming, and regular meditation with Apache Tear Obsidian is said to help you develop a sense of acceptance and inner peace. The crystal is said to balance and regulate the emotions and intellect, keeping the mind clear and thoughts logical even under great emotional stress. Meditating on a specific issue while gazing into an Apache Tear can help you see the bigger picture, and often to find an inspired solution or new ways of tackling old problems. Magically, Apache Tears are linked to the healing power of elemental Earth and the cleansing power of Fire. They can help you find the strength to examine your feelings without being overwhelmed by them, bring hope in times of despair and the patience to endure, knowing that time does heal all pain. Apache Tears are associated with the Root Chakra and the volcanic energies of Earth and Fire; meditating with them out of doors (especially with your bare feet in contact with the earth) can help you to ground excess energy, release tension or draw in power from the Earth. Astrologically these Obsidian nuggets are said to be especially good for those born under Aries and Sagittarius and also have an affinity with Scorpio and Capricorn. ... ... Used magically, Apache Tears can help you protect yourself against subconscious doubts and fears that can manifest as self-defeating behaviors. In meditation it is said to help you look deeply into yourself, understand your emotional responses and habitual behavior patterns and find your own inner truth, your true purpose in life. Obsidian will show you your faults and flaws as well as your strengths and talents, and usually seems to give very direct, unvarnished answers to questions you may be meditating on. It can help you begin the journey of discovery that leads to your own unique spiritual path, and can also help you relax and open you heart to spiritual energy while you are still searching for your purpose in life. Crystal healers use Apache Tears to help relieve muscle spasms and tremors, to remove toxins from the body and for general energy cleansing. A good way to clean out your system - physically and spiritually - is to use an Apache Tear gem elixir while fasting or following a cleansing diet. Some healers also use Apache Tears when working with addictions and obsessive compulsive disorders. All black forms of Obsidian are said to bring to light that which is hidden in the darkness of the subconscious mind, and by bringing these suppressed memories and thoughts to light the stone helps to reduce their power, making it easier to replace habitual negative behavior with a new, positive attitude. Although the stone is not always gentle, it can help people to recognize the blocks, negative patterns and past experiences that caused them to turn to addictions or compulsive behaviors in the first place. It is said that once you recognize why you use a certain addiction for comfort you realize that you no longer need it, and it falls away as gently and easily as autumn leaves. In the Middle Ages Obsidian was believed to drive out demons and expel poison from snakebites, and the stone is said to allow no negative energy within its sphere of influence. Magically, this black Obsidian gem is said to hold secrets safe and grant invisibility, as well as protecting the occultist from negative energies, mischievous spirits and malevolent intent. All forms of Obsidian are considered to be protective stones. It is said that if you give Apache Tears as a gift you give friendship, good luck and magical protection that will stay with the recipient all of their life. Apache Tears are sometimes recommended for sensitive or naturally emphatic people who may need additional protection against the influence of thoughts and feelings from the people around them. Carry an Apache Tear in your pocket as protection from all types of negative energies, including psychic attacks. The Apache Tear will help to remove and transmute these energies, clearing the way for more positive vibrations. They help to ground spiritual experiences into the physical, helping one to integrate these experiences into the everyday life. This grounding energy can also help one to realize the importance of all frequencies, and to not limit oneself to only the higher energies of this existence. They can also help one to connect with nature. Physically, Apache Tears are often used for the calming of muscle spasms, detoxification of the body, and absorption of vitamins. They can also enhance the immune system and fortify the body. Apache Tears are a type of Obsidian and carry many of the same qualities as regular Black Obsidian. In general, Obsidian is a very grounding and protective stone. It is used as a great cleanser of negative energies, helping to remove not only negativity experienced in the environment, but also that of one's own emotions, such as anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, etc. Obsidian is often used for healing and releasing energy blockages, and has a tendency to work quickly to move truths to the surface to be resolved. About 75 Apaches and the US Calvary squared off against each other in battle on a mountain overlooking what is now Superior, Arizona in the 1870's. Rather than face defeat, the outnumbered Apache warriors rode their horses off the mountain to their deaths. The families of the warriors cried when they learned of the tragedy. Their tears turned into stone upon hitting the ground. Today these beautiful translucent gemstones are known as Apache Tears Good Luck Stones. "To give a friend or loved one an Apache Tears Good Luck Stone is to give them GOOD LUCK to carry with them forever." To us it's just a stone, but to the Ancient Ones it's a frozen tear, lost in the sands of time. Giving one to a friend unlocks their tears and allows GOOD LUCK to flow, as it frees their spirit from Mother Earth! Apache Leap Mountain Superior, Arizona
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Apache Tears Part 2 The gifts of the Apache Tear Stone One legend says that the tears were shed by Apache women mourning the death of their partners, sons and fathers. Another says that the tears were shed by the survivors of the Apache tribes whe Read more ... n they were driven from their homelands. According to folklore anyone who carries an Apache Tear - especially one given as a gift - will never have to cry tears of grief, because the Apache have cried tears enough for all peoples. Perhaps because of this legend Apache Tear Obsidian is associated with the cleansing power of grief and is used to help heal the emotional and physical problems that can manifest when grief is not properly expressed. Working with Apache Tear Obsidian in this way is not always easy. While it is healing to release feelings of grief, guilt and bitterness, in order to release them we often have to experience them again, to concentrate on suppressed emotions and memories we would rather ignore. It is important to be gentle with yourself when working with Apache Tears, and if possible work with a close friend or a crystal healer who understands the emotional process and can help you express your grief in a healthy way. Apache Tears tend to be very personal magical stones and the longer you work with one crystal the deeper the bond with it becomes. They are useful for meditation, spiritual journeys and prophetic dreaming, and regular meditation with Apache Tear Obsidian is said to help you develop a sense of acceptance and inner peace. The crystal is said to balance and regulate the emotions and intellect, keeping the mind clear and thoughts logical even under great emotional stress. Meditating on a specific issue while gazing into an Apache Tear can help you see the bigger picture, and often to find an inspired solution or new ways of tackling old problems. Magically, Apache Tears are linked to the healing power of elemental Earth and the cleansing power of Fire. They can help you find the strength to examine your feelings without being overwhelmed by them, bring hope in times of despair and the patience to endure, knowing that time does heal all pain. Apache Tears are associated with the Root Chakra and the volcanic energies of Earth and Fire; meditating with them out of doors (especially with your bare feet in contact with the earth) can help you to ground excess energy, release tension or draw in power from the Earth. Astrologically these Obsidian nuggets are said to be especially good for those born under Aries and Sagittarius and also have an affinity with Scorpio and Capricorn. ... ... Used magically, Apache Tears can help you protect yourself against subconscious doubts and fears that can manifest as self-defeating behaviors. In meditation it is said to help you look deeply into yourself, understand your emotional responses and habitual behavior patterns and find your own inner truth, your true purpose in life. Obsidian will show you your faults and flaws as well as your strengths and talents, and usually seems to give very direct, unvarnished answers to questions you may be meditating on. It can help you begin the journey of discovery that leads to your own unique spiritual path, and can also help you relax and open you heart to spiritual energy while you are still searching for your purpose in life. Crystal healers use Apache Tears to help relieve muscle spasms and tremors, to remove toxins from the body and for general energy cleansing. A good way to clean out your system - physically and spiritually - is to use an Apache Tear gem elixir while fasting or following a cleansing diet. Some healers also use Apache Tears when working with addictions and obsessive compulsive disorders. All black forms of Obsidian are said to bring to light that which is hidden in the darkness of the subconscious mind, and by bringing these suppressed memories and thoughts to light the stone helps to reduce their power, making it easier to replace habitual negative behavior with a new, positive attitude. Although the stone is not always gentle, it can help people to recognize the blocks, negative patterns and past experiences that caused them to turn to addictions or compulsive behaviors in the first place. It is said that once you recognize why you use a certain addiction for comfort you realize that you no longer need it, and it falls away as gently and easily as autumn leaves. In the Middle Ages Obsidian was believed to drive out demons and expel poison from snakebites, and the stone is said to allow no negative energy within its sphere of influence. Magically, this black Obsidian gem is said to hold secrets safe and grant invisibility, as well as protecting the occultist from negative energies, mischievous spirits and malevolent intent. All forms of Obsidian are considered to be protective stones. It is said that if you give Apache Tears as a gift you give friendship, good luck and magical protection that will stay with the recipient all of their life. Apache Tears are sometimes recommended for sensitive or naturally emphatic people who may need additional protection against the influence of thoughts and feelings from the people around them. Carry an Apache Tear in your pocket as protection from all types of negative energies, including psychic attacks. The Apache Tear will help to remove and transmute these energies, clearing the way for more positive vibrations. They help to ground spiritual experiences into the physical, helping one to integrate these experiences into the everyday life. This grounding energy can also help one to realize the importance of all frequencies, and to not limit oneself to only the higher energies of this existence. They can also help one to connect with nature. Physically, Apache Tears are often used for the calming of muscle spasms, detoxification of the body, and absorption of vitamins. They can also enhance the immune system and fortify the body. Apache Tears are a type of Obsidian and carry many of the same qualities as regular Black Obsidian. In general, Obsidian is a very grounding and protective stone. It is used as a great cleanser of negative energies, helping to remove not only negativity experienced in the environment, but also that of one's own emotions, such as anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, etc. Obsidian is often used for healing and releasing energy blockages, and has a tendency to work quickly to move truths to the surface to be resolved. About 75 Apaches and the US Calvary squared off against each other in battle on a mountain overlooking what is now Superior, Arizona in the 1870's. Rather than face defeat, the outnumbered Apache warriors rode their horses off the mountain to their deaths. The families of the warriors cried when they learned of the tragedy. Their tears turned into stone upon hitting the ground. Today these beautiful translucent gemstones are known as Apache Tears Good Luck Stones. "To give a friend or loved one an Apache Tears Good Luck Stone is to give them GOOD LUCK to carry with them forever." To us it's just a stone, but to the Ancient Ones it's a frozen tear, lost in the sands of time. Giving one to a friend unlocks their tears and allows GOOD LUCK to flow, as it frees their spirit from Mother Earth! Apache Leap Mountain Superior, Arizona
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Lisa Newman
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Apache Tears Part 2 The gifts of the Apache Tear Stone One legend says that the tears were shed by Apache women mourning the death of their partners, sons and fathers. Another says that the tears were shed by the survivors of the Apache tribes whe Read more ... n they were driven from their homelands. According to folklore anyone who carries an Apache Tear - especially one given as a gift - will never have to cry tears of grief, because the Apache have cried tears enough for all peoples. Perhaps because of this legend Apache Tear Obsidian is associated with the cleansing power of grief and is used to help heal the emotional and physical problems that can manifest when grief is not properly expressed. Working with Apache Tear Obsidian in this way is not always easy. While it is healing to release feelings of grief, guilt and bitterness, in order to release them we often have to experience them again, to concentrate on suppressed emotions and memories we would rather ignore. It is important to be gentle with yourself when working with Apache Tears, and if possible work with a close friend or a crystal healer who understands the emotional process and can help you express your grief in a healthy way. Apache Tears tend to be very personal magical stones and the longer you work with one crystal the deeper the bond with it becomes. They are useful for meditation, spiritual journeys and prophetic dreaming, and regular meditation with Apache Tear Obsidian is said to help you develop a sense of acceptance and inner peace. The crystal is said to balance and regulate the emotions and intellect, keeping the mind clear and thoughts logical even under great emotional stress. Meditating on a specific issue while gazing into an Apache Tear can help you see the bigger picture, and often to find an inspired solution or new ways of tackling old problems. Magically, Apache Tears are linked to the healing power of elemental Earth and the cleansing power of Fire. They can help you find the strength to examine your feelings without being overwhelmed by them, bring hope in times of despair and the patience to endure, knowing that time does heal all pain. Apache Tears are associated with the Root Chakra and the volcanic energies of Earth and Fire; meditating with them out of doors (especially with your bare feet in contact with the earth) can help you to ground excess energy, release tension or draw in power from the Earth. Astrologically these Obsidian nuggets are said to be especially good for those born under Aries and Sagittarius and also have an affinity with Scorpio and Capricorn. ... ... Used magically, Apache Tears can help you protect yourself against subconscious doubts and fears that can manifest as self-defeating behaviors. In meditation it is said to help you look deeply into yourself, understand your emotional responses and habitual behavior patterns and find your own inner truth, your true purpose in life. Obsidian will show you your faults and flaws as well as your strengths and talents, and usually seems to give very direct, unvarnished answers to questions you may be meditating on. It can help you begin the journey of discovery that leads to your own unique spiritual path, and can also help you relax and open you heart to spiritual energy while you are still searching for your purpose in life. Crystal healers use Apache Tears to help relieve muscle spasms and tremors, to remove toxins from the body and for general energy cleansing. A good way to clean out your system - physically and spiritually - is to use an Apache Tear gem elixir while fasting or following a cleansing diet. Some healers also use Apache Tears when working with addictions and obsessive compulsive disorders. All black forms of Obsidian are said to bring to light that which is hidden in the darkness of the subconscious mind, and by bringing these suppressed memories and thoughts to light the stone helps to reduce their power, making it easier to replace habitual negative behavior with a new, positive attitude. Although the stone is not always gentle, it can help people to recognize the blocks, negative patterns and past experiences that caused them to turn to addictions or compulsive behaviors in the first place. It is said that once you recognize why you use a certain addiction for comfort you realize that you no longer need it, and it falls away as gently and easily as autumn leaves. In the Middle Ages Obsidian was believed to drive out demons and expel poison from snakebites, and the stone is said to allow no negative energy within its sphere of influence. Magically, this black Obsidian gem is said to hold secrets safe and grant invisibility, as well as protecting the occultist from negative energies, mischievous spirits and malevolent intent. All forms of Obsidian are considered to be protective stones. It is said that if you give Apache Tears as a gift you give friendship, good luck and magical protection that will stay with the recipient all of their life. Apache Tears are sometimes recommended for sensitive or naturally emphatic people who may need additional protection against the influence of thoughts and feelings from the people around them. Carry an Apache Tear in your pocket as protection from all types of negative energies, including psychic attacks. The Apache Tear will help to remove and transmute these energies, clearing the way for more positive vibrations. They help to ground spiritual experiences into the physical, helping one to integrate these experiences into the everyday life. This grounding energy can also help one to realize the importance of all frequencies, and to not limit oneself to only the higher energies of this existence. They can also help one to connect with nature. Physically, Apache Tears are often used for the calming of muscle spasms, detoxification of the body, and absorption of vitamins. They can also enhance the immune system and fortify the body. Apache Tears are a type of Obsidian and carry many of the same qualities as regular Black Obsidian. In general, Obsidian is a very grounding and protective stone. It is used as a great cleanser of negative energies, helping to remove not only negativity experienced in the environment, but also that of one's own emotions, such as anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, etc. Obsidian is often used for healing and releasing energy blockages, and has a tendency to work quickly to move truths to the surface to be resolved. About 75 Apaches and the US Calvary squared off against each other in battle on a mountain overlooking what is now Superior, Arizona in the 1870's. Rather than face defeat, the outnumbered Apache warriors rode their horses off the mountain to their deaths. The families of the warriors cried when they learned of the tragedy. Their tears turned into stone upon hitting the ground. Today these beautiful translucent gemstones are known as Apache Tears Good Luck Stones. "To give a friend or loved one an Apache Tears Good Luck Stone is to give them GOOD LUCK to carry with them forever." To us it's just a stone, but to the Ancient Ones it's a frozen tear, lost in the sands of time. Giving one to a friend unlocks their tears and allows GOOD LUCK to flow, as it frees their spirit from Mother Earth! Apache Leap Mountain Superior, Arizona
52 minutes ago
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