Herb Sale!!

25% OFF Select Herbs

At

Peace of Mind

Buckthorn Bark, Comfrey Root,

Elder Flower, Oatstraw and Mullien Leaf

Discount applied at register.

Herbal healing is now gaining in popularity among many mainstream health experts.

Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming Introduction to Herbal Healing classes offered this Summer!

Buckthorn Bark – buckthorn is most often used as a laxative to relieve constipation and to ease evacuation of the bowels in individuals with hemorrhoids or anal fissures; or people who have had rectal-anal surgery.

 

Comfrey Root – externally for its uses as in healing wounds and broken bones. It is high in Calcium and Vitamin C and simulates healing activity. In folk medicine it is sometimes referred to as “knitbone” for its ability to speed wound healing. Externally, it is said to be anti-inflammatory and speed wound healing due to its natural concentration of allantoin.

Elderflower– The most common uses are for colds and flu, sinus infections, and other herb salerespiratory disturbances. As a supplement, elderflower also has diuretic and laxative properties and is helpful in relieving occasional constipation. Elderflower has antibacterial and antiviral properties and may also help alleviate some allergies and boost the functioning of the immune system.

Horehound– The leaves and flower tops of the horehound have long been used in home remedies as a bitter tonic for the common cold. Horehound has been used traditionally as an expectorant and continues to find a place in cough lozenges and cold preparations.

Mullein Leaf

Through its long history of traditional use or scientific study, mullein is found to harbor many benefits that aid in respiratory function. Here a some of the most well known benefits of mullein:

  • Clears congestion
  • Soothes mucus membranes of respiratory tract
  • Eases coughs and sore throats
  • Relieves asthma
  • Relieves bronchitis
  • Relieves dry or unproductive coughs

Oatstraw– Oatstraw is a known nervine, meaning that it soothes and nourishes the central nervous system. It may be helpful in treating anxiety, insomnia and nervousness. Oatstraw tea makes a wonderful bath or compress for dry, itchy, irritated skin conditions like sunburn, rashes, shingles and eczema. Simply make a tea with tea bags or an infusion with loose herbs, strain and bathe the affected area.

New Statues at Spiritworks Gifts!

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Now featuring our new statues at Spiritworks Gifts, your one stop for gifts of the Spirit!

Egyptian,Hindu, Buddhist, Greek, Celtic, Gods and Angels…representing traditions from around the world! 15 - 1 (1)

 

Spiritworks Gifts also serves as the gift shop for Aquarian Age Massage.  Spiritworks offers unique earth friendly gifts imported from all over the world in addition to the largest selection of incense and hand-poured essential oils in Tulsa.

 

Hours

11-8 Monday thru Thursday

10-9 Friday and Saturday

12-5 Sunday

Stop by Spiritworks Gifts in the

beautiful

Cherry Street District!

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Crystal Workshop

Crystals for Life

Crystal Workshop

How to Rock Your Rocks!

Wed, June 10th 6-7 pmcrystal workshop

Peace of Mind Books

  • Ages 6-15 must be accompanied by an adult
  • $25 per student
  • All students will receive a   crystal goodie bag!
  • Refreshments provided!

This introductory crystal workshop will instruct about the types and formations of quartz crystals, including three other categories (jaspers, agates & feldspars).

Shana will also show you how to cleanse, and charge your crystals! The workshop will conclude with a five minute meditation on setting intention for the stones.

Follow Shana on Facebook at Shana’s Enchanted Elements

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Peace of Mind in American Way

Peace of Mind Books in

American Way Magazine

Click this link to redirect to American Way Article, by Steve Larese

When I was growing up in Tulsa in the 1980s, downtown was a ghost town, full of empty (albeit beautiful) buildings good only for urban spelunking or hitting a dive bar with loud, local music. In the past few years, though, T-Town’s downtown is burgeoning. Museums and nonprofit art galleries are taking over historic buildings vacant only a few years ago. Restaurants and bars ranging from upscale dives to classy 1920s-themed joints are creating a vibrant nightlife. It’s a scene that doesn’t forget the “Tulsa Sound” made famous by JJ Cale and Leon Russell, but one that pulses with the vibrancy of a youthful clientele.

Oil drove Tulsa’s growth in the 1920s and built its Art Deco skyline, which includes the 24-story, gargoyle-protected Philtower and Boston Avenue Methodist Church, considered to be one of the best examples of Art Deco in the United States. When oil prices fell in the 1980s, downtown struggled. Blocks of once-thriving retail shops were vacated.

Realizing Tulsa was losing its downtown, taxpayers and donors funded the BOK Center, which opened in 2008 and sparked new life in the area. Acts such as Paul McCartney and Nine Inch Nails filled its 19,199-seat arena, and visitors are now filling the nearby-restored  Mayo Hotel, a 1925 glamorous Art Deco hotel that was slated for demolition just a few years ago. Food trucks surround the new Guthrie Green park, and on the first Friday of every month, shops stay open late with live music and art shows.

Here are six of my favorite haunts that every Tulsa visitor should see:

John Dykes

1. Woody Guthrie center
www.woodyguthriecenter.org

Music and history lovers make the pilgrimage to the interactive Woody Guthrie Center that opened in April 2013 in the Brady Arts District downtown. The museum examines the life and times of the Oklahoman who scrawled “This Machine Kills Fascists” on his guitar, showing there’s more to him than campfire songs you learned in grade school. His instruments and original writings are on display, and his complete archives relocated from New York are available to researchers. “Think about the lyrics to ‘This Land is Your Land,’ “ says executive director Deana McCloud. “He really was radical and directly influenced songwriters such as Dylan, Springsteen, Billy Bragg and Joe Strummer.”

2. Philbrook Museum of Art and Philbrook Downtown
www.philbrook.org

Once the 1920s home of oil baron Waite Philips (of Philips Petroleum), the Italian Renaissance-style villa and its 23-acre grounds were donated to the city in 1938 by Philips and his wife, Genevieve. The museum today displays paintings from the Middle Ages and the Italian Renaissance, as well as European, American, African and Asian collections, Roman and Egyptian antiquities and Native American works
such as San Ildefonso pottery by Maria Martinez. Outside, Philbrook’s expansive gardens are worth the visit alone.

When Philbrook Downtown opened in June 2013, modern and contemporary pieces were relocated there, including works by Picasso and Warhol, as well as 20th-­century Native American art by such luminaries as Allan Houser.

3. Gilcrease Museum
www.gilcrease.utulsa.eduWhen oilman and Creek Nation member Thomas Gilcrease donated his private museum of American West and Native American art and artifacts to Tulsa in 1955, one of the best museums of the American West in the nation was opened to the public. Bronzes and paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell, James Audubon, Joseph Henry Sharp, Winslow Homer, Thomas Moran, Georgia O’Keeffe and other American masters grace exhibit space, which was built in the style of a Native American longhouse. Historic Native American artwork representing tribes and nations from across North and South America include leather and beadwork, pottery, and other works ranging from pre-Columbian to the early 1900s. The museum sits on 475 acres, 23 of which are manicured gardens.
4. Cherry Street
www.cherrystreet.comThis quirky and fun section of 15th Street between Utica and Peoria is beloved by Tulsans for its local boutiques, art galleries, coffee shops and restaurants. Kilkenny’s Irish Pub could have been plucked from Dublin and serves an expansive menu ranging from salads to seafood — and of course plenty of Guinness. Peace of Mind Books is one of the largest New Age bookstores west of the Mississippi and carries literature on every metaphysical topic imaginable. Upscale home décor shops such as The Nest and Fifteenth and Home speak to the gentrification of the area, and Pinot’s Palette is where you can sip a glass of your favorite wine while you paint your latest masterpiece.
5. Brookside District
www.brooksidetheplacetobe.comThis stretch of Peoria between 21st and 41st streets has long been Tulsa’s go-to district for shopping, nightlife and dining. The funky Ida Red Boutique offers all-things Okie, from Tulsa T-shirts to local music including The Tractors and Leon Russell. Cosmo Café and Bar is where to go if you can’t decide between a gourmet sandwich and a fully stocked bar. M.A. Doran Gallery brings contemporary art to Tulsa, and In the Raw sushi bar proves Tulsa is far more than beef country. However, if you’re hankering for a steak, Doc’s Wine & Food serves a great filet.
6. River Parks
www.riverparks.orgRiver Parks is a trail system that parallels the banks of the Arkansas River and a favorite place for runners, bicyclists, families and anyone enjoying the outdoors. More than 26 miles of paved trails ribbon past green fields, disc golf courses, rugby fields, fountains, restaurants and playgrounds along the river. The Pedestrian Bridge at 29th and Riverside is a converted railroad bridge that spans the Arkansas, close to The Blue Rose Cafe with its deck overlooking the river and Elwood’s, which serves light fair and beers on its outdoor patio, where live music frequently plays. An approximately 80-acre expansion of River Parks called The Gathering Place for Tulsa, slated to open in late 2017, will see land bridges over the river with more parks and cafes.
STEVE LARESE is a photographer, freelance writer and editor specializing in the cultures and history of the American Southwest.

Healing Service

Peace of Mind Healing Service

Sunday, May 3rd at 5:15 pm

Beginning in February, Peace of Mind will be holding monthly healing services on the 3rd Sunday of each month. This Spiritually Uplifting Service is for all ages to attend.

The Liberal Catholic Church welcomes all to any of its services, regardless of creed, race, lifestyle or faith tradition. All are welcome to receive the Sacraments of the Church including Communion.

We believe in the Unity of all Faiths.

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Last Minute Gift Items

Think Peace of Mind.

With Christmas just around the corner, think of Peace of Mind. We have beautiful candles, wall hangings, oil burners and Tulsa’s largest selection of resins and resin burners.
And don’t forget the our popular Gift Certificates for those hard to shop for people on your list!
Aquarian Age Massage is running a Holiday Promo until January 3rd, 2015. Buy 3 One-Hour Gift Certificates and get a One Hour Gift Certificate FREE!!

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Resins and Incense

Resins and Incense at Peace of Mind

resins and incense

Resins are typically burned on charcoal in brass or stone burners.

Since ancient times, resins have been enjoyed throughout the world in their raw and natural form. The fragrant smoke was used as a way to carry prayers and hope to the Gods and to create a pleasant environment for humans to meet with the Divine. The fragrant smoke purifies a room and surrounding area of negative and disturbing vibrations. They are used for meditation or for simply scenting a room. Many Resins and Herbs are available in their raw form and can be burned by placing them on top of burning charcoal tablets. They fill the room with a beautiful and sacred aura. Natural Incense is also available in Smudge Bundles, Braids, Ropes, Sticks and Cubes. See our large selection of herbs, resins and incense at Peace of Mind Books.

Resins in stock at Peace of Mind:

Archangel Michael Resin

The traditional gifts of the magi—gold, frankincense and myrrh—may have had symbolic as well as practical value. Researchers believe the medicinal uses of frankincense were known to the author of Matthew’s gospel.

The traditional gifts of the magi—gold, frankincense and myrrh—may have had symbolic as well as practical value. Researchers believe the medicinal uses of frankincense were known to the author of Matthew’s gospel.

Basilica Blend Resin

Celtic Blend Resin

Copal Resin

Dragon’s Blood Resin

Frankincense Tears and Powder

Gloriana Blend Resin

Myrrh Resin and Powder

Red Sandalwood Chips and Powder

Yellow Sandalwood Powder

Three Kings Gift of the Magi Resin

Resins and Incense

We also carry charcoal as well as burners for your resin incense.

World Spirit Day- Dec. 21st

World Spirit Day’s Global Meditation

Sunday, December 21st

1:15 pm

at

Peace of Mind Books

This is a day of world meditation, visualization and prayer across the whole wide world to heal ourselves and the planet and lift the consciousnesses of every being. Join us in the world meditation!

There will be a time for food and fellowship following the service. All ages are welcome to attend this healing meditation.World Spirit Day

Shop Small Saturday

Shop Small Saturday

November 29th, 2014

Shop Small Saturday keeps purchases close to home and helps communities in countless ways.  Local shopping – whether at small or larger stores – impacts community economics. Browsing the shelves of your local store is an experience which cannot be replaced by shopping on-line, even if cheaper and quicker.

So come down to Cherry Street, browse our shops, lunch at one of the many fabulous restaurants, and put the joy back in your holiday shopping!

Shop Small Saturday

“Shopping should be an enjoyable experience with interactions that leave us feeling good versus feeling like we have to do a chore.”

Shop Small at Spiritworks Gifts

and

Peace of Mind Books

1401 E. 15th St. Tulsa, OK

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