Wonderworks is a shop, gallery, workshop space, and community centre in Toronto, Canada, dedicated to women's spirituality, alternative healing & holistic
health, and creativity.
tarot and oracle decks
crystals and stones
Wise Women of History
Our goal is to bring wellness and joy to the world. We believe that by improving the quality of a person’s life, we also contribute to making the world itself a better place.
We carry books, crystals, tarot and oracle decks, flower essences, pendulums, journals, jewelery, goddess statues, meditation benches, runes, essential oils, natural and ayurvedic toiletries, charms,
candles, incense, wands and more.
We avoid plastic, and carry as many locally-made and hand-made products as we can.
Wonderworks is also home to the Fleishman Gallery, accessed through the shop. The gallery is dedicated to
contemporary art with themes related to feminism, the environment, and spirituality.
We also hold a variety of classes in our gallery space, including tarot classes, pagan concerts, yoga, reiki, meditation, wise woman series, and
an endless amount of how-to workshops.
79a Harbord St,
Wonderworks Gemstone of the Week: Sodalite
This week’s featured stone, Sodalite was a request! Thanks to the Anon. who suggested it.
Sodalite is a stone of journeys and insight. It helps us journey inside ourselves and understand what we find there, & gives us insights into ourselves: our motivations, strengths, weaknesses, & desires, and shows us where our paths lie. It acts as a facilitator & guide for deep meditation & shamanic journeys, removing the concerns of everyday life & helping us understand the layers of revelations from these journeys. It is useful for divination, helping interpret the patterns and archetypes revealed through tarot and other divinatory methods. It is a strong stone for mental faculties, enhancing self-discipline, analysis, efficiency, efficiency, and organization. Place it on computers and other electronics to help block electro-magnetic pollution.
See previous Wonderworks Gemstones of the Week
12:10 pm • 31 July 2012 • 24 notes