20 Dec Ceremonial Crystal Crowns
Every woman is a queen in her own right, and every queen deserves a crown. Adornment as a symbol of sovereignty can have a tremendously powerful impact on the psyche, and so when we place crowns on our head of our own making, it can be a catalyst for the reclamation of power within a woman’s life.
Having made many crowns before for various purposes and rituals, as well as ceremonies such as weddings, I have seen how these can positively impact a woman’s sense of self worth, confidence, presence and connection to her own Divinity.
These crowns have the potential to last a lifetime if made properly—and all the techniques will be learned in this class. Materials include crystals such as smoky quartz, tourmaline, and pearls, as well as gold beads, silver spikes, and metal flowers. All participants will begin with a headband and a paper template to lay out their chosen pattern, and they will be led through the process of how to glue and set each layer until their crown is ready. They will have the option to add ribbon or wire to help secure it to their head.
A ceremony where all will wear their finished crowns will close the class, and open the doorway for each woman to step into her power.
Ceremonial Crystal Crowns will be shared by Amy Solara Mackey.