Ethereal design honouring earth elementals which bring calm and style to your space.


All of the Selenite Ice crystal used is genuine pure gypsum crystal, of which I personally source, ship, cleanse and prepare from our mine sites to your spaces. This crystal is dug by hand (with no use of explosives) and has been cleansed in a freshwater river in BC Canada, followed with direct full moon and sunlight baths.


This selenite has been lab tested with results showing extremely high levels of negative ions being released (per square centimeter)which are comparable to the amount generated by healthy forests, mountains, waterfalls, beaches.


Negative Ions are odorless, tasteless, and invisible molecules that we inhale in abundance in certain environments. Once they reach our bloodstream, negative ions are believed to produce biochemical reactions that increase levels of the mood chemical serotonin, helping to alleviate depression, relieve stress, and boost our daytime energy, plus an endless list of other benefits.


Selenite has been revered as a natural healing crystal since ancient Mesopotamia where it was used in art and in healing as it was found to absorb and ward off negative energy and disease. 


Selenite stands at the threshold between spirit and matter. A Kabbalistic creation myth tells us that before the universe existed, God was everywhere, but he had to inhale to create space for our world. Realizing he was not present in creation, he fashioned vessels of divine light to populate the universe, but they shattered. Carrying that light, Selenite's task is to reunite the shards of the divine with their source.


SKU: EX589
    • #EXHALEART589
    • 24" x 48" x 1.5"
    • 3 layers of black paint primed & sealed
    • wooden cradled panel
    • Genuine Selenite Ice crystal - 2550 grams (left wing), 2100 grams (right wing) = 4650 grams total
    • Mica flakes
    • 4 layers of voc free eco resin (6.2 litres)
    • archival inks
    • Aaron K Metz
    • Canada
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