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Chakra Affirmations » home, office, and yoga studio

I’ve always enjoyed gentle reminders on any topic, especially coming from a kind voice. That’s where these chakra affirmations plaques can help you! They are a great way to activate your own inner voice and gently remind you of the positive space you could reside in.

Use them during your Chakra Meditation practice. Hang them up in places in your home and work space to give you encouragement throughout the day. Share them with someone who would enjoy this mindfulness gift.

Do you have any favorite affirmations?

Leave a comment below!

How Affirmations Work

Positive anything is better than negative nothing
Positive anything is better than negative nothing

Inner dialogue is very important during any transformation to a better version of you. Utilizing affirmations is a great way to rewire the brain and form better ways to respond to challenging situations. Because the brain has the ability to form and reorganize synaptic connections (Neuroplasticity) we have the ability to literally change our brain with the use of affirmations. Therefore, repeating positive affirmations can be a helpful tool that will change your life.

I’ve found it helpful to place your positive affirmations up around the home wherever your eyes may frequent most.

  • Where I brush my teeth and hair,
  • at the kitchen sink,
  • cooking dinner,
  • putting on your shoes, etc.

Be sure to rotate them on a regular basis. The mind has a tendency to overlook something that’s been there for a long time…. So mix it up! Swap your affirmations around every few days. Your mind will appreciate it.

Tell me about yours!

I have been able to create some great affirmation plaques for people.

Check out some samples:

  • I am a Courageous and Powerful Creator
  • I am open to Love and Kindness
  • Whatever You are, be a Good One. - Abe
  • I am Honest, Truthful, and Authentic
  • I am a Warrior for those I Love
  • I am Proud of the Work I Put into Everything
  • The Joy of Halloween is ≥ The Joy of Christmas
  • I am Creative, Strong, and Hard-Working
  • I accept Everyone for who They Are
  • I have a Tribe that accepts Me as I Am
  • I am Open, Clear, and Honest in my Communication
  • I am the Architect of my Life
  • I believe in Myself and Trust in my Abilities
  • I have a Family that Loves and Supports me

Where do you hang affirmations up in your space?

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Distance Healing Reiki Box

Reiki Box

I had the honor to work on a project for a local Reiki Healer. She was looking for a box that could contain Reiki symbols on the inside floor. This Distance Healing Reiki Box has the Flower of Life sacred geometry designs on the front. And the top lid has a Lotus Blossom with Reiki Symbols inside the box.

Together we came up with the following design that is now available in my shop! If you are interested in adding this Reiki Box to your healing practices we can arrange the symbols inside to your liking.

This box also makes a great option for storing some crystal grids and healing crystals.

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Radish Kimchi

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Radish Kimchi

Fermented Radish

  • 2 1/2 lbs 2½ lb. Korean radish, Moo or Japanese radish Daikon (About 2-3 medium to large size)
  • 1/4 cup Coarse salt
  • 3-4 Scallions (Cut up in to about 1 inch length)

Kimchi Paste

  • 1 1/2 cup water
  • 1/4 cup sweet rice flour (aka Mochiko)
  • 2/3 cup Gochugaru 고추가루, Korean red chili pepper flakes
  • 1/4 cup Saeujeot 새우젓, salted shrimp, finely minced (If no shrimp salt is available use the same amount in fish sauce.)
  • 2 Tbsp Myulchiaekjeot 멸치액젓, fish sauce
  • 4 Tbsp minced or pureed garlic (Add more if you really like garlic taste. I've used a whole large head of garlic typically.)
  • 2 Tbsp grated or pureed ginger (More the better though! ;))
  • 1/2 sweet apple grated or pureed (This will speed up the fermenting process. And add sweet taste.)
  1. Prep radish. Cut of tops. Rinse and scrap off any blemishes on the skin. You want to keep as much good healthy skin for the live bacteria present in skin. Cut in to 1 inch cubes.

  2. In a large bowl sprinkle salt on radish cubes. Toss the cubes to cover in salt. Let sit for about 45 minutes.

Meanwhile prepare kimchi paste.

  1. Combine water and rice flour in a pot. Bring to a boil and stir until it's a thick paste. Take off the heat and let it cool down while working on the rest.

  2. Mix the rest of the paste ingredients together with the cooled rice paste.


  1. Drain the Radish cubes. Do not rinse. Using gloves, combine with kimchi paste.

  2. Store in an airtight container or jar. Before closing the lid, press the radish cubes down hard with your hand to remove air pockets between the radish cubes. Leave it out at room temperature for a full day or two, depending on the room temperature and how fast you want your kimchi to ripe. Then store in the fridge. Tastes best after a couple weeks aging in the fridge.

Pictures to come later the next time I make this!

Pepper Flakes at Amazon

Fish Sauce at Amazon

Still trying to locate a good link for buying Shrimp Salt. I typically go to the local Asian market for these supplies. So if you have an asian market nearby you could probably get all these ingredients in one visit.