Selenite is an important stone from the ancient Ural Mountains in Russia it may be placed in any area or space to help neutralize negative energies and to ensure a calm and peaceful environment. In the Far East, the mouse is a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Let this cute little mouse made from Ural Selenite stone become a talisman in your home and a unique element of interior decor. This beautiful stone glows with love and was hand carved and hand painted by a skilled craftsman.This magical selenite piece sits on a Dolomite base which is a gentle stone that encourages charitable actions, generosity and giving of all kinds, as well as receiving. It also encourages energetic thinking, original thinking, spontaneity, creativity, and manifestation.
Hand carved in Soviet Russia these magical pieces were given life in the 1960’s and come in their original boxes that have Cyrillic handwriting on them. Since these are natural stones they will not be exactly as shown but each piece is just as unique as you. <3
Selenite is a stone of mental clarity, and improves one’s connection with the divine. Selenite can be used for scrying into the past, present and future. This cleansing stone clears negative energies, and can be used to reprogram other stones.
The Golden Fish Slavic Folktale // Once upon a time, on the island of Buyan, there stood a small tumble-down cottage; and in that cottage dwelt an old man and woman. They lived in great poverty. The old man would cast his net and try to catch some fish; but all he caught was barely enough to keep body and soul together each day. One day the old man cast his net, began to haul it in and felt something heavy in it; never had he felt the like before. He could hardly pull it in. Yet when he looked he saw the net was empty: except for a little fish. But it was no ordinary fish?it was golden. And it spoke in a human voice, “Don’t take me, old man! Let me go back to the deep blue sea and I’ll be useful to you: I’ll do whatever you wish.” The old man set to thinking, then said, “I need nothing from you: go back and swim in the sea.” ~ Read the rest of the tale here