prisms of light

HEARTLAND RAINBOW PRISMS

The Essence of Things would like to introduce Heartland Rainbow Prisms, a new and delightful company from Canterbury, New Hampshire. This wonderful little company makes affordable prisms that are beautiful but simply adorned. The use of crystals, faceted beads and Swarovski Austrian leaded glass, make the heart-shaped prisms, octagon prisms, teardrop prisms and small Feng Shui balls unique and irresistible Heartland Rainbow Prisms.

The owners and founders of this company live a heart-based, spiritual life in rural New Hampshire. They are gifted and thoughtful people. They garden organically and have a complex and deeply-felt relationship with the earth. They relate to the earth and the heavens as living energies. Allowing light to move through a prism, to spill out it’s rainbow colors over the room brings, they feel, joy and blessings into one’s life.

So these two creative people decided to create beaded prisms to sell and to offer as gifts. They ordered Swarovsky Austrian leaded glass crystals; heart-shaped prisms, faceted beads, crystals, octagonal prisms, teardrop prisms and Feng Shui Balls and set to work. They bless and set an intention for every prism they produce, and they only create new prisms when their own energy is positive and healing. We here at the Essence of Things received one of these wonderful prisms as a gift, and we were so drawn to their uplifting energy that we decided to offer them here on the Essence of Things website. We’ve never regretted it, and find the creators of these products a joy to know and to deal with. It’s a great partnership.

The vivid, clear colors of a rainbow, all arrayed in sequence, are a happy reminder that there is a pure, divine order built into the fabric of the world. One feels blessed when one sees a rainbow, and these lovely prisms can bring rainbows into every corner of one’s life. They are wonderful gifts.

And, in the event that you’ve been wondering what’s so special about Swarovsky Austrian leaded glass, Wikipedia gives a great explanation: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swarovski

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