About


The creation of SugarMuses™
(est. 2015)
Self owned & operated, working as a Solitary Practitioner, SugarMuses was created in 2015 building a steadily increasing customer base loved by thousands of shoppers.  Concentrating on all facets of creativity, visions, intentions, and energies...SugarMuses continues to create it's journey.

 Based in my hometown, a small rural village in Pennsylvania, I called upon my family heritage and skills passed down to me to manifest a career path that would fulfill my life's purpose and true calling.  A few metaphysical items such as intention candles, crystal sets, and perfume slowly grew into a colleciton; then I was selling online! The thought of people responding to my creations & crafts brought tears to my eyes; and still does.

Having grown up learning about a dozen religions, faiths, and knowledge from my father, a Quantum Physicists, I established my own belief system.  My practice is a blend of Paganism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Shamanism, and Folk Magick with focused studies in Gemology, Astrology, Aromatheraphy, Herbalism, Botany, Sacred Geometry, Energy Painting, and Tarot.  I come from a long line of descendants that were Native American medicine women, psychics, mediums, and healers.

My practice calls upon the positive, high vibrational Energy of the Universe.

Everything is created with Love and Light for the highest good of all.

 

Offerings Include:

Candles, Manifestation Sets, Perfume Oils, Tools, Talismans, Medicine Bags, Dream Work, Potpourri, Incense, Crystals and Gemstones, Bath Products, Original Art, Jewelry, Sculptures, Gift Sets, Ritual sets and Home Decor.  Every item is created and designed for Healing and Manifesting, for Balance of Body, Mind and Soul, and to support a wide range of faiths, practices, and traditions.

  
A few words about Magick

Magick is simply the use of energy within us and available in nature and the Universe. Everyone can produce magick!  There are different kinds of magick and some people are better at one type then another. Whatever type of magick you practice, the more you are aware of your psychic energy.  The more you practice, the better you become and the more effective the magick will be.

People can produce magick and never realize it, for example the sayings, "always think positive" or "be careful what you wish for".  What we truly want will always manifest itself into reality. Magick works on the subconscious level and our environment is always changing to match our perceived reality. These changes are subtle, but one who is attuned to their psychic energy will be aware of it and realize why spells they performed worked or did not work or had a completely different reaction. Its because our true intentions will always be manifested, that is why the saying, "always think positive" is helpful and the concept of what you give out returns back to you.  

I am excited for future projects as Sugarmuses is expanding with more offerings!  I will be adding a Blog, Info section, and Video posts that will be coming soon along with other ideas I have up my sleeve!  I invite you to drop in and join me on my journey.  May we all find Wisdom, Enlightenment, Understanding, and Happiness.

 

Always remember...

You are Brave.  You are powerful.  You are Beautiful!™
 
Be Blessed-
Kristi

(Definitions of "Sugar" & "Muse")

Sugar
noun

 sug·ar  \ˈshu̇-gər\

Sugar’s use in magick is historic. It has been used for thousand of years and is known for it’s notorious summoning powers. Apart from attracting wealth, sugar is often used to attract love, spirits, elementals or energies. It can also be burned like incense.

Muse
noun
1. capitalized:  any of the nine sister goddesses in Greek mythology presiding over song, poetry and the arts and sciences. Clio is the Greek Muse of history.  The Muses were the nine Greek goddesses who presided over the arts (including music) and literature. A shrine to the Muses was called in Latin a museum. An artist or poet about to begin work would call on his particular Muse to inspire him, and a poem itself might begin with such a call; thus, Homer's Odyssey begins, "Sing to me of the man, Muse" (that is, of Odysseus). Today a muse may be one's special creative spirit, but some artists and writers have also chosen living human beings to serve as their muses.

 2. a source of inspiration