I never leave the house without malachite and carnelian — even if I’m just running to the market — but I also enjoy having a set of chakra stones with me when I travel long distances, like on an overnight trip.
The problem is how to pack them. Normally I’d put all my chakra stones in a little pouch. But sometimes the string on the pouch comes loose and my stones end up all over the bottom of my purse or scattered throughout my suitcase.
Thankfully, I found something better: a stackable rainbow pill case.
I’ll admit, I didn’t think of this awesomeness on my own. I saw it online but can’t remember the website. (If anyone knows who blogged this, let me know and I’ll link ’em up!)
Still, I wanted to share it here because it’s too amazing to keep a secret!
I love using the stackable pill case for my chakra stones because…
1.) The rainbow-colored case contains all the chakra colors, making it easy to organize your stones according to the chakra. I tend to store only one stone per compartment, but if your chakra stones are small enough, you can fit more than one in each.
2.) The stackable compartments twist (and stay) together so your chakra stones are contained the whole time you’re traveling. No more searching for stones in the bottom of your purse!
3.) My stackable case came with two lids. Once you reach your destination, if you wanted to tuck just the root chakra stone in your purse, the case makes it easy to do… unscrew the compartment from the others, place the lid on the single compartment and you are good to go!
4.) It’s affordable. I purchased my case for a few dollars at a local chain supermarket in the “pharmacy” section. I’ve also seen them at Dollar Tree. If you can’t find them in your area, you can order one from Amazon.com (affiliate link) but you’ll pay a premium price. Hit up your local dollar stores first to see if they carry them.
What I don’t love about the stackable pill case…
2.) Sometimes if I’m in a hurry to stack the cases, I don’t line up the grooves properly and have to make several attempts to screw them together. This isn’t a huge issue and gets better with patience and practice. :)