Monday, 19 December 2016

Shopping: Reiki Wands by Artist Kubi May

The wands you can see in on this page are made by artist Kubi May, who sent me the photos together with details about herself and her magical creations.

Kubi May, aged 28, lives on a canal boat with her best friend artist Ruben Ireland and two chihuahuas. They spend their time creating art and embracing a Bohemian lifestyle in London.

She is a poet of life-magic, a wand-maker and a collage artist with a passion for copper glitter and Indian fabrics. Her handcrafted energy-charged Reiki wands are sculpted from earthly resins, beautiful crystals and tree branches.

Kubi says she chose the life of a wand-maker as "an absolute stand against the mundane".

Half way from escaping her current role as a London-based art teacher and half way towards making it as an artist, Kubi says she "is dancing towards living a life that only consists of magic in her city adventures and in the things that she creates".

About the Wands
Kubi makes each wand by hand and each is unique. They would make a great gift for a spiritual friend, for pagans and witches, for personal healing or for healing others. The wands can also just make a charming ornament, especially for fans of fantasy books and movies such as Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings.

Kubi says: "I hand make each wand with a natural earth resin and spend hours lovingly carving these to create a wooden appearance, so each one is completely unique. I am a trained Master-level Reiki practitioner and attune all my wands with healing Reiki energy before I send them off to their new homes so they will be packed with positive energy!"

Each wand package also includes a free tarot card, aura and animal guide reading with handwritten, channelled information, tailored specifically for the person receiving the wand. Each wand is presented in a beautiful black tube, with a satin ribbon and personalised with the name of the buyer.

You can buy Kubi's wands here:

To follow Kubi May's Bohemian adventures in the city, go to

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