Strengthen Your Divine Guidance
Discover products and tools that Rebecca Rosen uses daily, to help find clarity and connection to Spirit.
A lot of people ask where I buy certain products, or what spiritual tools I use, which is why I’ve put together this page. I hope it will help many of you in finding the best spiritual tools for your own practice. While these are some items and products that I use, I encourage you find what speaks to you. When reading through this list, take what works for you, and leave the rest. What works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for another. Know that there many other tools and practices out there, so continue your research, ask the universe for guidance, and keep an open heart and mind.
Please also stop by my online shop where you’ll find a number of items that allow you to carry inspirational quotes around with you all day, serving as a constant reminder of your divine connection to spirit, and that you are an extension of love and light.
We all have the ability to connect with our higher guidance, be it our Team Spirit or our own intuition and higher self’s knowing. In fact, no one is more tuned in to you and your spirits, than YOU! All we have to do is believe in ourselves and our ability to communicate with our Angels, spirits and guides. Angel card readings can be incredibly helpful to get a clear read on a situation or question you may have for yourself or others. Angel card readings can be amazingly accurate and provide comforting guidance when we need it the most.
Malas, or Buddhist prayer beads, are a traditional tool used to count the number of times a mantra is recited while meditating. Malas are typically made with 18, 27, 54 or 108 beads. The material used to make the beads can vary according to the purpose of the mantras used or the intention for the malas. Set an intention before purchasing a set of malas, and then research which stones best represent that intention. Mala beads can be purchased at any Tibetan gift shop, where employees should be able to help you find a stone that is best suited for your intention. While Malas were originally intended for meditation, they can also be worn or used for a specific purpose. They offer us a wearable reflection of something sacred in our own life, and a reminder to remain present and aware of our intention.
Different crystals are known to possess different vibrational energy and powers. I like to place crystals – especially Clear Quartz – on my alter, or throughout my house and office. It was once only an intuitive belief that Clear Quartz held psychic and healing powers, a belief that modern measuring equipment has since proved to be correct. Quartz is called the master stone because it strengthens all of your energies in a very broad spectrum sort of way. In order to use a quartz crystal to strengthen your energies, all you have to do is keep it with you, or keep it close to where you spend time, such as your bedroom, office, or an altar. You don’t need to do anything special to the crystal in order to experience its benefits. I encourage you to research the various healing and energetic qualities of different crystals, in order to find one that is best suited for your needs.
There are many ways to clear the negative energy around you and one of my favorite practices is the ritual of “smudging.” This involves burning sage leaves that create a powerful smoke in the air, but burning this strong smelling herb isn’t always practical or allowed. A more practical practice to clear the air is to use smudge spray. There are several great brands available that combine essential oils, sea salts, and other herbs such as sage. Some brands also claim to include holy water that has been blessed. Start spraying while walking around your office and living space or hold it over and around your body and spray away. As you do, set the intention inwardly to yourself or aloud to release any toxic energy you or the space you are in has absorbed. You might also ask your spirit guides to remove any and all darkness, negativity and fear from the space around you. There are many scents available, so be sure to select one that smells good to you, and lifts your spirit.
I liken the flame of a candle with our “God-spark,” the Divine light within each of us that connects us with Source and with everyone around us. When you light a candle and meditate on the flame, you trigger your memory of who and what you really are—an energetic being of love and light. Before lighting a candle, I like to write out my intention for what I hope to most manifest in my life and then once the candle is lit, I speak my intention out loud. After that, I let the candle be and trust that the power of my intention will seek out what I most desire and deliver it to me. My favorite scent for candles is vanilla — I have them all over my office! — although unscented candles are also a great option.
Essential oils are essences derived from various plants. They can be used to beautify, purify, and stimulate/calm your environment, raise your vibration and enhance your psychic experiences. There are many ways to use essential oils: put them in your bath, rub them on candles, use them in a diffuser, or simply inhale them from the bottle. There are various grades of essential oil qualities, so do some research before making a purchase, and decide if this is a factor for you. A few of my favorite essential oils and their uses include:
Rose: Cleansing, healing, balancing, protective. Opens heart chakra.
Lavender: Integrating, balancing, healing, protective, purifying. Opens third-eye chakra.
Rosemary: Protective, cleansing, psychic stimulant. Dispels negativity. Opens heart chakra and third-eye chakra.
I have a tradition where at the start of any new phase, like a new year or major transition, I create a vision board. I sit down with a stack of magazines and cut out pictures, phrases and words that capture the feeling and intention of the things I want to manifest during the new phase. I then paste them down on poster board and hang it in my meditation space where I meditate on it daily. It serves as a collage of my hopes, dreams and goals that I intend to bring into my physical experience in the near future. There are a number of ways to bring your truth into your sacred space for daily inspiration, even if creating a vision board isn’t for you.
In my office, I have this personalized poster from Gloment that serves as a constant reminder of my truth. My office kitchen is also supplied with coffee mugs that have positive affirmations painted on them.