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Spiritual Gemstones And Their Meanings

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Many people, including myself as of recent, turn to crystals for their healing properties. I'm a firm believer that gemstones and crystals are full of elemental energy. These precious stones help channel our true intentions and when placed in certain areas of the body, can provide mental and physical benefits. I personally use my crystals when I need to create alignment and balance within my body's energy field. I keep two jade stones in my office for focus and to help reduce stress. I recently went to a cool shop along the beach in Monterey, CA. There were crystals and gemstones everywhere and I was so overwhelmed. I picked a few that stood out to me and decided to study what their meaning and intentions were. Amethyst This is one of my favorites aesthetically. Amethyst is a spiritual healing stone widely used in meditation. It can help reduce anxiety, protect against fear, instill calmness and alleviate feelings of guilt. Amethyst stones tend to be lilac or purple in color. H

Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery) With Brow Lift

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      (Photo credit: Dr. Guy Massry) Blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery is ideal for those who need a lift around the eyes without a facelift. It's a more natural way to go by removing saggy skin from the eyelids and lightly lifting the brow. Eyelid surgery is ideal for those who have "hooded eyes" (like the first picture above) due to genetics or aging. Eyelid surgery will give you a fresher appearance without changing the expression of your eyes. During the procedure, your surgeon can also remove excess skin from the lower eyelid making bags appear less prominent.    Most men and women notice a change around the eyes when they reach their mid-thirties or early forties. It's best to address this early so you can avoid the need for fat removal at your lower eyelid bags and the upper eyelids will look more natural.  How Blepharoplasty And Brow Lifts Work                                                  (Photo credit: Dr. David Hidalgo) Your surgeon makes incisions within