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A friend from work, (Kim) was looking for a gift for another friend from work…we set out on a road trip-okay, it was only a short 15 minute drive-and we spent about an hour looking at all of the offerings in the Inner-Connections retail space.

When you enter you are greeted and asked if you would like a beverage…wow!  That was really nice.  And the atmosphere is peaceful, serene and feels like a sanctuary from life’s constant noise. It smells of incense too!  No bad energy can be found here, I know because I had my “feelers” out.

The gift is a Tiger Eye bracelet and a Tiger Eye tumbled stone.  I know the receiver is going to love this gift!  Kim spent a lot of time picking out the perfect gemstone for our friend who will be heading back to school next week.

“Stone of The Mind”

Tiger Eye is a smooth and gentle vibration that is great for centering, grounding and balancing. It is known to protect one from the ‘Evil Eye’, along with warding off evil spirits. Tiger Eye is a great stone to use when balancing and opening the lower three Chakras, which can stimulate a Kundalini Awakening. Keep this stone in your Aura for as long as you can each day to benefit greatly from its energy. (source: Crystalpedia)

The Gift: Tiger eye bracelet and tumbled stone


Now what is it that Mary Nale purchased?  I’m happy to share this with you!







I’ve been looking for a  Labradorite tumbled stone for quite some time and today I found THE one that felt like a perfect fit.   “Labradorite enhances the mental and intuitive abilities of clairvoyance, telepathy, prophecy and coincidence control, and assists in communication with higher guides and spirits in accessing Akashic records, psychic readings and past-life recall.” (source:Crystal Vaults) This is one of my favorite stones for “walking in both worlds”.  I needed something a bit easier to put in a pocket or in my bag.


I also purchased two Apache Tears-one for Shane and one for Kinzey (grandchildren).  Shane loves these so I got him a fresh one.

“The Holy Stone”

Apache Tears is best known for it’s ability to help one overcome depression. It’s vibration is soft and gentle to allow one to come to a state of self-realization. The energy within it grounds and protects, which aids its already powerful healing abilities. (source: Crystalpedia) These are pretty small and only cost 50 cents each.

Apache Tears
Smudge, Soap, Incense

Next, I purchased some Cone Incense and a mini Sage Smudge Bundle….and a Twisted Metal Healing Ring.  All together I spent a little over $20.00 and had a wonderfully relaxing time at Inner-Connection.  They had an event happening upstairs and people meditating in the Lotus Room.  For those who prefer Angels, they have this covered too.  Decks, books, statues, stones…they have it all.  And the section for Shamans was a treat!  (I forgot to photograph this…sorry.)

Three Metal Twisted Healing Ring

I recommend a trip to the Inner-Connection if you’re ever in New Cumberland Pa.

This post would not be complete without mentioning….Tarot Illuminati and…Tarot Apokalypsis by our friend Eric C. Dunne.  Yes! Proudly displayed on the top shelf at Inner- Connection!



Eric C. Dunne Tarot Decks




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