A wonderfully uplifting a joyous energy is held within this golden wonder, related to Pyrite and often mistaken for Peacock Ore similar in ways to both but more like a combination of the two.
Bringing the enlightenment & higher vibrational energies from the upper realms of energy into the physical body, down to the Solar Plexus and Sacral Chakra, which enables us to avoid over-thinking and put our inspiration into action.
This is the process of Spirit Powered Co-creation, when we are aligned with our spiritual selves, in the flow of the divine, it's almost like the universe is conspiring with us to manifest our dreams and desires.
Working with our higher-selves, guides and the universe we are able to be perfectly in that flow. When we surrender, to let go if the things we cannot control and focus on doing what we can (and being as positive about it all as possible) things move forward at a rapid pace!
I wish my eyes were bigger and not so far apart.
I wish I had clear skin.
I wish my face wasn't red all the time.
I wish I didn't have these dark undereye circles.
I wish my lashes were longer and darker.
I wish my eyebrows were even and fuller.
I wish my forehead wasn't a fivehead.
I wish my lips were even.
I wish my chin wasn't so strong.
I wish my cheeks weren't so round.
I wish my cheekbones were visible.
I wish my nose was a little longer.
I wish my hair was curly.
I wish I didn't have a "resting bitch face".
I wish I could love my face with all its flaws.
The travertines at Pamukkale attract thousands of tourists each day who pile through in their tourist buses. I was given the insider tip to go at sunset and thank god I did. Just as I arrived, all the group tours filed out and I had the place pretty much to myself. If you don't like germs and grime, I wouldn't recommend walking down the travertines. Despite their heavenly appearance, up close and personal they are GROSS. You can see oily film everywhere in the pools from sunscreen and oils washed off everyone's skin. This is place where you truly need to 'do it for the gram'. I had a very nice and long shower after the day (also because oh my God it is hot there... in September it was almost 40 degrees)