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Author Topic: Hello from the Cotswolds! Plus a very random question.  (Read 1917 times)

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Re: Hello from the Cotswolds! Plus a very random question.
« Reply #15 on: May 21, 2012, 09:23:00 am »
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Hi! My name is Loelia, I am 20 and I live in the Cotswold Hills in the UK.

I am an eclectic pagan and a pescatarian. Most of the time I have a burning question on my mind so I'm looking forward to this forum being a good place for me to find some answers, and I hope that I may even be able to help with the questions of others.


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Hello neighbour -Just a little south of you,  in B&NES :)

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Re: Hello from the Cotswolds! Plus a very random question.
« Reply #16 on: May 21, 2012, 08:41:58 pm »
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The 'dish of water' method is usually not enough to really raise the humidity in a room. Room fountains are a better help in this. (There are even some with gemstones so you get both, better air and better energy.)

The water doesn't hurt the rose quartz, the chalk just could make ugly marks and they are hard to remove.

 
You can avoid chalk (which I'm assuming is the minerals in water left behind as they evaporate; I tend to call it deposits, calcium, scale, etc.) by using distilled water in your fountains and bowls, which has had all of its scale-making bits removed. Its pure water so when it evaporates it leaves nothing of itself behind. My dad uses it in the humidifier on his sleep apnea machine- at least a year has gone by and no build up. (Whereas if he used our well-water, he'd have a machine that looked like the teakettle; Inch-thick deposits of minerals on all walls that has to be occasionally chipped off.) Just make sure you buy distilled versus filtered.
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Re: Hello from the Cotswolds! Plus a very random question.
« Reply #17 on: May 22, 2012, 04:24:26 am »
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You can avoid chalk (which I'm assuming is the minerals in water left behind as they evaporate; I tend to call it deposits, calcium, scale, etc.) by using distilled water in your fountains and bowls, which has had all of its scale-making bits removed.


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It makes sense especially in room fountains. They get literally ruined by the stuff.
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Re: Hello from the Cotswolds! Plus a very random question.
« Reply #18 on: May 22, 2012, 08:52:23 am »
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Re: Hello from the Cotswolds! Plus a very random question.
« Reply #19 on: May 23, 2012, 05:54:25 am »
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Welcome! Pleased to meet you!

I have not tried this, but I have has quartz under my pillow and those effects were mid at best. When I have them out on the nightstand I can feel them more. Not sure if water would be as blunting as a pillow seems to be.

In any event, goo luck!

 
Thanks very much!

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« Reply #20 on: May 23, 2012, 05:54:46 am »
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Welcome to the Cauldron!

 

Thanks :)

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« Reply #21 on: May 23, 2012, 05:56:14 am »
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No problem, take a look here http://www.elestial.de/stein_rosenquarz_kristall.htm



The 'dish of water' method is usually not enough to really raise the humidity in a room. Room fountains are a better help in this. (There are even some with gemstones so you get both, better air and better energy.)

The water doesn't hurt the rose quartz, the chalk just could make ugly marks and they are hard to remove.

 

Right'o, I've taken to just using a water spray on the plants, will rethink the water dish. Thanks for the advice!

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« Reply #22 on: May 23, 2012, 05:57:04 am »
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You can avoid chalk (which I'm assuming is the minerals in water left behind as they evaporate; I tend to call it deposits, calcium, scale, etc.) by using distilled water in your fountains and bowls, which has had all of its scale-making bits removed. Its pure water so when it evaporates it leaves nothing of itself behind. My dad uses it in the humidifier on his sleep apnea machine- at least a year has gone by and no build up. (Whereas if he used our well-water, he'd have a machine that looked like the teakettle; Inch-thick deposits of minerals on all walls that has to be occasionally chipped off.) Just make sure you buy distilled versus filtered.


Thanks for the info!

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Re: Hello from the Cotswolds! Plus a very random question.
« Reply #23 on: May 23, 2012, 05:58:26 am »
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Hello neighbour -Just a little south of you,  in B&NES :)

 
Awesome! Hello!

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