Gemstones that resonate with #aquarius (me!) are #MOONSTONE and #LABRADORITE Thank you, Universe. You’re such an enabler! 😉
A few things I’ve always, always, always been drawn to/love/adore…
STARS : For as long as I can remember, I have loved stars. Even my first ever online handle (waay back in 1998! lol) was, “StarMoon”. Whenever it grew dark, I’d make a wish on the first star I saw. I still make a wish to this day. It’s a bit of an obsession of mine, and anyone that knows me well, knows I love anything and (usually) everything that is star-shaped, or has stars on it. And it’s my nickname, after all.
THE MOON : Again, my first online screenname was ‘StarMoon’. The lovely moon, in all her changing patterns has always captivated me. When I was younger, I’d make a wish on every full moon. It was just a “silly” thing I started to do. It wasn’t until I was 20 that I realized how important the moon is in regards to this path.
THE NIGHT : I’m a night owl and always have been. I do my best ‘work’ at night. Whether that be drawing, reading, writing, thinking, reflecting. I feel so, SO, much more “me” at night/in the dark.
THE OCEAN/SEA : I’m lucky enough to live close to the ocean so that I’m able to welcome the salty sea air into our home, walk to the bluffs to sit and stare at the waves crashing on the shore. I immediately feel a sense of peace, calmness, wonder, whenever I look across the water.
Recently, I’ve had very vivid dreams about the night sky and ocean. So naturally, the logical step is to research the patron gods/goddesses of the stars, the moon, the night, and the ocean. I’m starting with the Greek pantheon because the information is readily available – there’s Asteria/Astraios, Selene, Nyx, and Amphitrite.
So far, in my researching, I’ve felt a strong ‘connection’ of sorts to Nyx. I might be all in my head, but I’m definitely open to getting to know her more. 🙂