People around the globe are getting ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17. Whether you are Irish or just Irish-at-Heart it is a day for parades, green beer and the “Wearin’ of the Green”.  It is a religious and cultural celebration of all things Irish.

Close your eyes and you can hear the bagpipes belting out songs like My Wild Irish Rose, Danny Boy, When Irish Eyes Are Smiling and I’m looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover.

Did you know that the Four-Leaf Clover, according to folklore, is one of the most common good luck symbols? Follow the leprechaun and you might be lucky enough to find the Pot of Gold.

In my latest oracle deck “Masters, Mystics, Saints & Gemstone Guardian Cardsgemstones are vibrationally matched with affirmations and a Mystic, Saint or Master teacher. Pull a card for inspiration and use the affirmation throughout your day, or choose several cards for a reading. You can also use these cards in angel communication sessions and tarot card readings for added insight and direction.

The color green has long been associated with wealth and prosperity, not only in the Irish tradition, but in many other cultures.

The Chinese have historically associated Jade with good luck.


Green also conjures up thoughts of nature and spring. So, it is fitting as we are getting ready for spring on March 20 that we focus on all things green.

Emerald is another stone that activates the Heart Chakra. It is also a stone of abundance, healing and extreme wealth. With your health and vitality intact, use this stone to attract financial success through focused action.

I am healthy, happy, and prosperous. I am extremely lucky. Good health is mine. I am grateful for all of the gifts that come into my life. All is well. I am joyous. Life is good. I pause for a moment of gratitude.

Spring is blooming and so are we!

Come Celebrate With Us! -  Please join me for the launch of my new deck Masters, Mystics, Saints and the Gemstone Guardians Oracle on March 25 from 1-3 p.m. at The Crystal Garden. There will be a free lecture starting a 1 p.m. and mini group readings using the new deck.

With love and gratitude,

Margaret Ann Lembo

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