Lithomancy – or – the Art of Casting Stones
Have you been searching for an accurate, powerful, and safe divination tool, whereby you can reach out to the Universe and have your questions answered? Look no further: become a Crystals Oracle! This one-day class will provide you with all you need.
Tossing items (stones, bones, feathers, etc.) and then interpreting the message revealed by how they land is an ancient technique. The accuracy is downright amazing – how is it possible? how do they manage to land just so? – and a reliable way to read for oneself (too darn difficult to influence how they will land). While Wikipedia has this to say: “Lithomancy is a form of divination by which the future is told using stones…”, in my opinion its’ most powerful aspect is the gift of what is NOW, what Source wants you to pay attention to.
Whether you use the stones for the enlightenment of yourself and your loved ones, or as an addition to your professional offerings, you will walk away knowing how to use them. I even include all the equipment you will need!
“Unique, fun, interactive & easy to learn! Strangely accurate readings! Meet fun & interesting people. Thanks Kaaren for a great class!” ~Deb J.
“Initially I didn’t think I’d be able to do it – but it was amazing how Kaaren led me to opening to the clarity of the stones. Practice will totally open more possibilities.” ~Vera A.
“Lithomancy, as taught by Kaaren, is a wonderful tool for gaining clarity and guidance. I highly recommend her class.” ~Karen H.
“I love the stones as a divination tool, fascinating! Great class and group, looking forward to more classes!” ~Holly G.
“This workshop is great! Kaaren presented information to us and we practiced on each other. This class gave good insight about looking into ourselves and others. I can’t wait for the advanced session!” ~Kathy S.
“I was amazed at how quickly I was able to interpret the stones.” ~Kathy W.
Please bring a brown-bag lunch; snacks & drinks will be provided. Class is held in my home in Aurora, IL. Next class October 11, 2014, 10:30 – 5:00 p.m.